Frontera & Salpica Products “All Natural” Labeling Class Action Settlement
all Persons who, between September 1, 2011 and September 11, 2017, purchased, in the United States, for personal use and not resale, any Frontera or Salpica branded products which contain the terms Natural (including among others, All Natural and 100% Natural); Evaporated Cane Juice; Evaporated Cane Juice Sugar; Evaporated Cane Sugar; citric acid; xanthan; xanthan gum; disodium phosphate; dipotassium phosphate; and/or sodium citrate on the labels
$5 to $10
Proof of Purchase
Barnes, et al v. River North Foods, Inc.,Case No. 16-459 St. Clair County Circuit Court, Illinois
A lawsuit was brought by Plaintiffs against Defendant for the marketing and labeling of its Products. Defendant denies that there is any factual or legal basis for Plaintiffs’ allegations. Plaintiffs contend that Defendant’s marketing and labeling of its Products is misleading. Defendant contends that its Product Labeling is accurate, denies making any misrepresentations and, therefore, denies any liability. It also denies that Plaintiffs or any other members of the Settlement Class have suffered injury or are entitled to monetary or other relief. Defendant also denies that this case can be certified as a class action, except for purposes of Settlement.