Anyone who has purchased Naked Juice in the past six years may be eligible to receive up to a $45 settlement from PepsiCo, even without proof of purchase. Those with proof of purchase, can receive up to $75.
Important: Share this article with your family and friends, if they have legitimately purchased Naked Juice between September 27, 2007 and August 19, 2013, so that they can receive their potential settlement money as well.
Naked Juice, a subsidiary of PepsiCo, has recently been under fire for misleading consumers that the high vitamin content of their beverages is inherently due to their fresh fruit and vegetable content, rather than synthetic compounds. One of the ingredients found in some Naked Juices is calcium pantothenate (a compound produced from formaldehyde). The crux of the class action is that Naked Juice’s packaging phrasing falsely led consumers to believe that their juices were all natural and contained no genetically modified organisms (GMOs). However, some of their products contain genetically-altered soy. Naked Juice has commented on its Facebook page that it still stands by its belief that the beverages are still all natural, but will not longer use the language “All Natural” on labels in the future. Naked Juice will also take further steps to ensure that their ingredients are Non-GMO, when advertised as such.
In order to receive reimbursement, simply fill out a claim form. You can either provide your information online or print a copy of the form and return it to Gilardi & Co. LLC, PO Box 808061, Petaluma, CA, 94975-8061 via regular mail by December 17, 2013. The form will ask for your name, contact information, and an estimation of how much you have spent on Naked Juices over the past six years.
I encourage you to share this article with your family and friends for two reasons. First, you may rightfully be entitled to compensation. And secondly, we need to let companies know that we will not stand to be deceived. The more claims that are filed, the more PepsiCo, and other companies around the globe will understand the importance of transparency to consumers.
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Disclaimer: In no way does this article encourage you to deceive PepsiCo and file illegitimate claims. The author is unaffiliated with PepsiCo and cannot control the final outcome of your settlement. This article is for your information only and should in no way be understood as legal advice.