Rexall Sundown, Inc. and NBTY, Inc. (and their affiliated companies) (collectively, “Rexall”) manufacture and sell joint health dietary supplements containing the ingredients glucosamine and chondroitin. This lawsuit is regarding the labeling of certain Glucosamine Products which allegedly are false. No allegations related to safety or physical injuries have been made.
Many of these products were sold at major chains like CVS, Duane Reade, Kroger, Safeway, Walgreens etc.
You are eligible for a refund if during particular time periods and in certain U.S. locations, purchased for personal use and not resale or distribution certain joint health dietary supplements: (a) sold by Rexall or any of its affiliates under the brand names of Rexall or its affiliates; or, (b) sold under another brand name by a company not affiliated with Rexall and manufactured by (i) Rexall, (ii) any of Rexall’s affiliates, or (iii) any entities that manufactured or sold the Covered Products from which Rexall acquired assets or contracts. See Covered Products.
Rexall has agreed to pay $7,500,000 to a Settlement Fund. Up to $1,500,000 of that could go towards lawyer fees etc. If you submit a valid claim post-marked or submitted online by September 28, 2016, you will receive $8.00 per bottle of Covered Product purchased, up to a maximum of thirteen (13) bottles, or $104.00, per household. Proof of purchase not required.