If you purchased Trader Joe’s products that were labeled “All Natural” or “100% Natural” from October 24, 2007, to February 6, 2014, you may qualify for up to $39.90 in compensation with no proof of purchase required.
This lawsuit claims that certain Trader Joe’s food products were improperly labeled, marketed, supplied, and sold as “All Natural” and/or “100% Natural,” even though they contained allegedly synthetic ingredients.
Proof of purchase is not required for claims of 10 or fewer products, but if you wish to claim more than 10 total products, you must submit valid proof of purchase along with your claim.
You must Submit Your Claim Form Online by June 16, 2014.
Qualifying Products and Claim Values are as follows:
- Joe‐Joe’s Chocolate Vanilla Creme Cookies – $2.70
- Joe‐Joe’s Chocolate Sandwich Creme Cookies – $2.70
- Trader Joe’s Jumbo Cinnamon Rolls – $3.99
- Trader Joe’s Buttermilk Biscuits – $2.93
- Trader Giotto’s 100% Natural Fat Free Ricotta Cheese – $3.62
- Trader Joe’s Fresh Pressed Apple Juice – $2.79
So if you submit a claim for the purchase of 10 individual packages of Trader Joe’s Jumbo Cinnamon Rolls, you could receive a total of $39.90 in compensation with no proof of purchase required.
The final hearing is scheduled for July 9, 2014, so you will receive your compensation some time after that date.
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Submit your claim for Trader Joe’s class action settlement fund today.