Details on how to file a claim for the Naked Juice class action lawsuit settlement are finally here! If you purchased an eligible Naked Juice product between September 27, 2007 and August 19, 2013, you can file a claim to receive up to $75 cash with proof of purchase or up to $45 cash without proof of purchase.
The Naked Juice settlement will resolve several class action lawsuits filed in 2011 alleging that Naked Juice Co. engaged in deceptive advertising by labeling its products as “all natural” and “non-GMO.” Plaintiffs alleged they contained processed and synthetic ingredients, as well as ingredients from genetically modified crops.
Naked Juice denies the allegations but has agreed to refund consumers as part of a $9 million class action lawsuit settlement to resolve the litigation.
If you purchased eligible Naked Juice products during the Class Period, you can file a claim to receive a cash reimbursement from the class action settlement.
Class Members with proof of purchase can receive a full reimbursement of what they paid for the listed products, up to a maximum of $75. Class Members without proof of purchase can receive a reimbursement based on the following chart:
If you purchased an eligible Naked Juice product between September 27, 2007 and August 19, 2013.
Receive up to $75 cash with proof of purchase or up to $45 cash without proof of purchase
Payments will be adjusted based on how many valid claims are filed. That means if the total value of the approved claims is greater than the amount of money available to pay claims, Class Members’ payments will be reduced on a pro rata basis.
Proof of Purchase
Claim Form Deadline
Natalie Pappas v. Naked Juice Co. of Glendora Inc. et al., Case No. 11-cv-08276, in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.
Gilardi & Co., LLC
P.O. Box 8090
San Rafael, CA 94912-8090
AHDOOT & WOLFSON, PC
Christopher P. Ridout
RIDOUT, LYON + OTTOSON, LLP
Rosemary M. Rivas
FINKELSTEIN THOMPSON, LLP
DHANANJAY S. MANTHRIPRAGADA
UPDATE: Following our Dec. 9 report that the fate of the Naked Juice class action settlement rests on whether or not attorneys could prove how many hours they spent working on the case, an objector has appealed the final approval of the class action settlement. Details on the appeal were not immediately available but concerned the motion for attorneys’ fees, plaintiff incentive awards and approval order, according to court documents filed Jan. 6, 2014. The case has been transferred to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Distribution of settlement funds will not commence until the appeal has been resolved. Top Class Actions will continue to update our readers on the progress of the appeal and settlement payout. You can follow this progress by marking this article as a “Favorite” in your free Top Class Actions account.
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