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Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Whole Foods Market Group, Inc. Alleging False Advertising
According to a class action complaint filed on June 25, 2015, the health food grocery giant is accused of falsely labeling its Gluten Free All-Natural Nutmeal Raisin Cookies as having less sugar than it actually contains
If you or a family member has purchased Whole Foods’ Gluten Free All-Natural Nutmeal Raisin Cookies and did so believing the product contained less sugar than listed on its label, you may be entitled to compensation.
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About The Class Action Lawsuit Against Whole Foods
A Class Action lawsuit was filed against Whole Foods Market Group, Inc. on June 25, 2015 in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri alleging Whole Foods engaged in false and misleading advertising when it labeled its Gluten Free All-Natural Nutmeal Raisin Cookies as containing evaporated cane juice, which is actually a sugar and not a juice. The plaintiff contends that by labeling the cookies in this manner, Whole Foods was able to command a premium price for its product under the guise that it contained less sugar than it actually did.