Barbara’s Bakery $100 Class Action Lawsuit Settlement

by Hu$tler on August 26, 2013

in Free Random Money

barbaras-bakery-puffinDid any of you purchased Barbara’s Bakery items over the past few years? if you have, you can get up to $100 for the Barbara’s Bakery Settlement for purchases made May 23rd 2008 to July 5th 2013 from the class action lawsuit settlement. See our full list of Class Action Lawsuit Settlements.

Here’s a list of eligible Barbara’s Bakery Products. The settlement is about Barbara’s labeling their items as “All Natural” – when their ingredients are not all natural, but genetically modified. They make a variety of “healthy” cereals and snacks and sold at many natural foods-type stores including Trader Joe’s.

There is no proof of purchase required and just submit your Barbara’s Bakery Claim online by January 1, 2014, in order to qualify.

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