Did you buy any Van’s frozen breakfast products with the words “Totally Natural” or “Naturally Delicious”? If so, then you may be entitled to up to $18 from the Van’s Breakfast Products Class Action Lawsuit. The class action lawsuit claims that Van’s packaging was false and deceptive in that it led purchasers to believe that Van’s products were all natural, when they actually contained synthetic ingredients. If you do not have proof of purchase for these products, you can receive up to $9.99 when you file a claim. Customers that do have proof of purchase can receive up to $18 when they file a claim.
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Van’s Breakfast Class Action Lawsuit:
- Van’s Breakfast Products Claim Form
- Claim Form Deadline: 12/16/2015
- Who’s Eligible: Consumers who purchased Van’s breakfast products from 1/1/2009 until 6/16/2015.
- Estimated Amount: Up to $9.99 without receipts. Up to $18 with receipts.
- Proof of Purchase: None required but you must have receipts if you want to be reimbursed with the maximum $18.
- Case Name & Number: Diana Jill Miloro et al. v. Van’s Food International Inc. in the Circuit Court of Phelps County, Missouri
Van’s denies all wrongdoing but agreed to settle the Van’s Class Action Lawsuit to avoid the risk and expense of ongoing litigation. They have already changed the labeling and advertising of the product as a result of the lawsuit. See our full list of Class Action Lawsuit Settlements!