Class Eligibility

United States resident consumer who purchased one or more of Lenny & Larry’s The Complete Cookie or other Lenny & Larry’s Baked Goods Products at a retail establishment or online any time up to Final Settlement Approval, currently scheduled to be March 19, 2019.

Estimated Amount

$10-$50

The amount you receive will depend on many factors inclusive of proof of purchase as well as the choice of award you select

Proof of Purchase

No

Case Name

Cowen v. Lenny & Larry’s Inc.
Case No. 1:17-cv-01530
United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois

Case Summary

The Action generally asserts claims against Lenny & Larry’s related to the advertising, packaging, and labeling of its products. Among other things, the lawsuit claims that Lenny & Larry’s misstated the nutritional content of a Lenny & Larry’s Baked Goods Product, The Complete Cookie. Lenny & Larry’s denies these claims and maintains that it acted in accordance with all laws.

Settlement Pool

$350,000

Deadline

01/29/2019

Contact


Lenny & Larry’s
Claims Administrator
P.O. Box 6727
Portland, OR 97228-6727
1-877-214-4234 (Toll-Free)

10 responses to “Lenny & Larry’s Complete Cookie Class Action Settlement”

  1. Kristen Joseph says:

    These tasted horrible.

    ADMIN – Hi Kristen,

    The settlement is not about the flavor of the product.

  2. kristy Edwards says:

    I’m shock! Never again will i get them for my family!!

  3. Jenise Snyder says:

    I have purchased several cases of chocolate chip cookie cases between January and July 2018.

    ADMIN – Hi Jenise,

    Luckily the online store keeps records.

  4. Robert says:

    I purchased chocolate chip, white chocolate chip, double chocolate, snicker doodle, and the birthday cake. Mostly in boxes from WalMart. I have not purchased them in several months and do not have the proof of purchase. For several months we bought them 3 boxes at a time for a “healthier” snack.

    ADMIN – Hi Robert,

    There is the option to file without proof of purchase. Regardless, the pool is really small so you are not likely to get a whole lot.

  5. MARC ALAN REICHBART says:

    I MUST TELL YOU THESES ARE THE WORSE COOKIES I’VE EVER HAD. IT TASTED LIKE TAR. AWFUL. NO MATTER THE MONEY THESE SHOULD NEVER BE SOLD AGAIN. GOD AWFUL

  6. Norman Witt says:

    I was counting protein grams and like protein powder or cookies “spiking” is not part of being treated fairly as a customer purchasing a product that helps their sales end.

    ADMIN – Hi Norman,

    If you are a member of the class go ahead and file your claim.

  7. Jason says:

    These gave me bad diarrhea. I’m not sure why I ate them over the years. Lemon poppy was the best, but the rest last terrible. Bad diarrhea

    ADMIN – Hi Jason,

    The settlement is not about stomach issues.

  8. JP says:

    Dummies complaining about the flavor: that is not the issue being addressed.
    Sheeesh.
    That is even dummier than not addressing the misleading label that give nutritional info, including calories and fat, for only HALF a cookie. No one older than a baby gumming its food eats half a cookie.
    Second-most-dumb people (after the ones complaining about the flavor here) will be misled into thinking that there aren’t twice that much fat and calories in s whole single cookie.

    ADMIN – Hi JP,

    Not the nicest comment ever but so full of truth.

  9. jen says:

    I have over $50 worth of receipts. Am I better off asking for cookies instead of cash? Sounds like I may only get a few dollars back if I ask for cash. I actually love the cookies.

    ADMIN – Hi Jen,

    In my experience you tend to get a better deal asking for merchandise than asking for money.

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