A lawsuit against PepsiCo is underway in the United States after a consumer advocacy group, the Center for Science in the Public Interest, filed a class-action suit. The plaintiffs allege that the food company misled consumers about the ingredients in its Naked Juice drinks. A 15.2-ounce bottle of Pomegranate Blueberry contains more sugar than a 12-ounce can of Pepsi.
The company denies these claims and has agreed to refund consumers as part of a $9 million class-action settlement.
If you have purchased any of the aforementioned drinks, you can now claim a cash refund. Here are some basic steps to take. To make a claim, you must provide certain personal information. Your name, mailing address, and proof of purchase are required. If you don’t have proof, you must state how much you spent on Naked Juice products. You have until December 17th, 2013 to make your refund.
To submit your Naked Juice refund claim, you will need identifying information, such as your name and address. You will also need proof of purchase, if possible. In some cases, you can also submit a receipt, if you purchased the product online. You must also be sure to state the amount you spent on Naked Juice products. The deadline for filing a Naked juice lawsuit is December 17, 2013. You should start the refund process as soon as you can.
The Center for Science in the Public Interest filed the lawsuit after a class-action suit was settled.
The plaintiffs accused PepsiCo of falsely labeling its juices as “all-natural” and agreed to stop using the term. While PepsiCo denies the claims of the plaintiffs, it has listened to the CSPI and will change the labels to reflect the changes made. The company has until December 17th to refund customers.
As a result of the lawsuit, the company will change the names and images of its juice. It will also modify the ingredients it uses to make its beverages healthier. The company will pay back all of the money that consumers spent on the products, including shipping costs. If the company refuses the refund, they will be sued again. If you file a suit, the company will have to change its labels. They will remove the word “all-natural” from the labels.
The plaintiffs claimed that PepsiCo’s Naked juices were unhealthful and contained too many additives.
This included artificial sweeteners, which are known to cause kidney stones and other health problems. The plaintiffs also claimed that the ingredients contained in the juices weren’t listed on the label. Furthermore, the company had to change the names of its products to make them healthier. This is the first case of its kind against the company.
The lawsuit claims that Naked Juice may have intentionally or accidentally used GMOs. The lawsuit states that the company intentionally or accidentally used GMO ingredients. In addition, the company also misled consumers by using confusing language and misleading labeling. The ingredients in the Naked juice are also listed as “natural” but this does not mean that the company is responsible for its labeling. It is important to understand that the company’s claim is based on science-based, and it can be very expensive to do so.
While it is unlikely that the company will be forced to change its product name, it is still committed to making its juices healthier.
It will change the name and the composition of its juices, but despite the lawsuit, it will be forced to do so by the Supreme Court. A similar case against PepsiCo, however, has involved a similar branded drink. In addition to the lawsuits, it is also the defendant in a class-action suit against a cola manufacturer, Coca-Cola.
The lawsuit alleges that the food and beverages labeling of Naked Juice is misleading. The company claims that its bottles identify the ingredients and do not contain sugar. While the lawsuit does not claim that PepsiCo is guilty of fraud, it will make changes to its labeling and marketing to avoid confusion. If they are found guilty of any wrongdoing, they will pay back the plaintiffs. This will likely be a long-term strategy for the food and beverage industry.