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Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Nature’s Way LLC Alleging False and Misleading Representations of the Effectiveness of Ginkgo-Biloba Extract in its Ginkgold Advanced Ginkgo Extract and Max Advanced Kinkgo Extract Max Dietary Supplements
According to a complaint filed on July 7, 2015, Nature’s Way misled consumers stating their Ginkgold Advanced Ginkgo Extract and Max Advanced Kinkgo Extract Max dietary supplements can increase memory, alertness and general brain function.
If you or a family member has purchased Ginkgold Advanced Ginkgo Extract and/or Max Advanced Kinkgo Extract Max dietary supplements and did so believing the ginkgo-biloba extracts maintained and improved general brain function as stated on the label, you may be entitled to compensation.
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About The Class Action Lawsuit Against Nature’s Way
A Class Action complaint was filed against Nature’s Way and its parent company, Schwabe North America Inc., on July 7, 2015 in the United States District Court for the Central District of California alleging the defendants engaged in false and misleading advertising when it labeled its Ginkgold Advanced Ginkgo Extract and Max Advanced Kinkgo Extract Max dietary supplements containing ginkgo-biloba extracts as helping to increase better memory, more alertness and brain function. The complaint points to numerous reputable studies that have stated ginkgo-biloba does not interfere with cognitive decline or improve brain function. Plaintiffs allege that Nature’s Way was able to ask for and obtain a premium price for the Ginkgold Advanced Ginkgo Extract and Max Advanced Kinkgo Extract Max dietary supplements under the guise that it contained beneficial extracts of ginkgo-biloba to maintain and improve brain function, and thus able to make sizable profits.