Good Health Class Action Settlement
The Good Health class action settlement comes after claims that the Defendant violated certain laws by labeling and advertising its snack Products as “All Natural” and “100% Natural” when they allegedly contain synthetic, artificial, highly processed ingredients, chemical preservatives, and artificial flavors, including: sunflower oil, corn syrup, canola oil, citric acid, ascorbic acid, maltodextrin, dextrose, potassium chloride, lactic acid, malic acid, evaporated cane juice, folic acid, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, niacin, paprika extract, and disodium phosphate. The lawsuit also asserts additional allegations, such as that Defendant claimed some of its Products are “healthy” and “wholesome,” and “made with whole wheat” and/or used improper comparisons concerning the amount of fat on product labels.
The Defendant denies that it has done anything wrong or illegal and admits no liability. The Court has not decided that the Class Representatives or the Defendant should win this action. Instead, both sides agreed to a settlement. That way, they avoid the risks and costs of further proceedings
All Persons who, for personal or household use, purchased the Products in the United States from September 6, 2010 through and including March 7, 2019. “Person(s)” means a natural person, individual, corporation, partnership, limited liability company, association, or any other type of legal entity.
What Products Are Included?
The settlement includes the following snacks are falsely advertised as “Natural,” “100% Natural,” “All Natural,” “healthy,” “wholesome,” “nutritious,” “whole wheat,” or “% Less Fat.”
- Apple Chips
- Humbles Baked Hummus Chips
- Bistro Chips
- Eat Your Vegetables
- Enjoy Being Good Potato Chips
- Enjoy Being Good Veggie Snacks (Chips and Straws)
- Harmonies Multigrain Chips
- Multigrain Chips
- Popped Crisps
- Potato Chips
- Pretzels (including Peanut Butter, Gluten-Free, Organic Whole Wheat Sprouted, and Veggie)
- Solea Polenta Chips
- Sweet Potato Chips
- Tortilla Chips
- Vegetable (Veggie) Chips
- Vegetable (Veggie) Rings
- Vegetable (Veggie) Stix
- Vegetable (Veggie) Straws
How Much Do I Get?
If the settlement is finally approved, the Defendant will establish a settlement fund of $1,000,000.
Settlement Class Members are eligible for a One Dollar ($1.00) payment for every Product purchased from September 6, 2010 through and including March 7, 2019 (the “Settlement Class Period”) up to a maximum of Ten (10) Products. The maximum amount that will be paid to any one Claimant household without Proof of Purchase will be Ten Dollars ($10.00).
Settlement Class Members who purchased more than Ten (10) Products during the Settlement Class Period are eligible for a $1.00 payment for every Product purchased provided that they submit Proofs of Purchase for all Products claimed that exceed Ten (10).
Must submit your Claim Form online or by mail by November 2, 2019.
Do Not Submit False Claims
These settlements enable you to get something back if you were wronged by merchants, manufacturers or other entities. They sometimes reach out to you to let you know that you’re part of a settlement, but that’s not always the case. make sure to check dates and products carefully to see if you’re eligible. You can look here for more settlement rebates that you might qualify for.
Please do not submit fraudulent claims for these settlement rebates. It takes money away from those who deserve a reimbursement, and furthermore it is illegal. You’re usually required to acknowledge something along these lines:
I certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the United States that all of the information provided on this Claim Form is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.
- File claim here
- Rebate: $1 per product, up to 10 without proof. More with proof.
- Proof of Purchase Required: No
- Settlement Pool: $1,000,000
- Filing Deadline: November 2, 2019
- Read Settlement Details Here