Class Eligibility

class member if you purchased the following flavors of Drew’s salad dressings and/or marinades after June 15, 2011: Chipotle Ranch, Creamy Buttermilk Ranch, Greek Olive, Honey Mustard, Lemon Tahini Goddess, Poppy Seed, Raspberry, Roasted Garlic & Peppercorn, Romano Caesar, Rosemary Balsamic, Sesame Orange, Shiitake Ginger, Smoked Tomato, Soy Ginger, Thai Sesame Lime and Thousand Island.

Estimated Amount

$1.50

.50 cents per bottle up to 3 bottles per household. Those with proof of purchase may claim up to 20 bottles for a total of $10

Proof of Purchase

No

Case Name

Gherson Tovar V. Drew’s LLC
No 16L-313
Circuit Ct of St. Clair County Illinois

Case Summary

This class action lawsuit alleges that certain Drew’s products falsely claimed that the products were “all natural.” Drew’s stands by its advertising and denies it did anything wrong. Nonetheless, the parties have agreed to settle this matter, and you may be a class member.

Settlement Pool

$200,000

Deadline

05/16/2017

Contact


Drew’s Class Action Settlement,
PO Box 12723,
Birmingham, AL 35202

18 responses to “Drew’s Organic Salad Dressing Class Action Settlement”

  1. Moses Clark says:

    That was the most shameful thi ng in my life,salad dressing contaminated.

  2. WILLIAM CHARLES says:

    Rosemary Balsamic Rosemary Balsamic, was the best on fish and steaks

  3. Michelle Souza says:

    I love all of their dressings & am disappointed in Drew’s! I’m glad that you have justified yourselves.

  4. Grace underwood says:

    It was so nasty

  5. Grace underwood says:

    Ibought three and just throw it

  6. Mischella White says:

    Didn’t like it

  7. SHIRLEY MARCIEL says:

    i bought 3 bottles for a big dinner and was not good

  8. Mark Embree says:

    I bought 3 bottles I tried one-time beat it and so terrible I end up throwing all three away
    Mark Embree

    ADMIN – Hi Mark,

    This settlement has nothing to do with flavor.

  9. Tracy Stines says:

    It was very nasty Tasted like rust
    My family couldn’t eat it at all.Had To get throw it all away.We don’t eat meat.I had to throw 13 bottle away

    • Tina mills says:

      I bought 3 different bottles to try before I bought 13 they were all horrible tasted like the bottom if a garbage can

  10. Dolores Schenkenberger says:

    So sad,can’t trust products any more.

  11. Larenza Davis says:

    I bought these products and didn’t know it was a problem with these products until I looked up settlement, but I fill out a form on some of them that I used and I don’t have any proof of these six products that I purchase, so what I need now.

    ADMIN – Hi Larenza,

    You need to file using the path for no proof of purchase.

  12. Linda Willey says:

    They were horrible never again

  13. Betty says:

    Never again

  14. Katie says:

    Tried to submit claim form twice and got a server errror twice. Almost like they are no longer accepting claims??

  15. Chris in Canada says:

    The ingredients in the Drews dressings that I saw on the shelf very recently were light years ahead of most of the commercially available offerings I’d seen. A dressing is defined by the quality of oil used. Drews uses sunflower. Almost any other ones I’ve seen use either canola or (ack) soybean and I’ll take sunflower any day. Those others are cheap, mass produced oils – ubiquitous in commercial food production these days. We’re not meant to eat that much soy. Kraft dressings, for example, are largely pure trash and probably not fit for human consumption.

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