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Whole Foods, Health-Ade Kombucha Class Action Settlement | Top Class Actions
Health-Ade and Whole Foods have agreed to pay almost $4 million to resolve claims that their kombucha beverages are mislabeled as being non-alcoholic.

Health-Ade Kombucha sued again in new lawsuit alleging sugar levels are significantly higher than those stated on pack
Health-Ade Kombucha has been sued for the second time in a month – this time in a complaint alleging its fermented beverages contain four to six times the sugar levels stated on pack.

Court approves $4m settlement with Health-Ade over sugar, alcohol levels in kombucha
An agreement whereby Health-Ade will pay out almost $4m to settle two lawsuits alleging discrepancies between the sugar and alcohol levels in its kombucha and those stated on pack has been approved by

Health-Ade, Whole Foods Reach $4M Settlement in Class Action Suit -
According to a motion filed on Friday in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, Health-Ade and Whole Foods are seeking to settle all claims for approximately $4 million ($3,997,500), including settlement administration,

Health-Ade Kombucha settles alcohol and sugar level lawsuits for $4M | Food Dive
The company denied any wrongdoing, but agreed to conduct regular testing of sugar and alcohol levels. It will also place a warning statement on the bottle about the importance of refrigeration and the potential presence of trace amounts of alcohol

Brew Dr. Kombucha faces 2nd class action lawsuit over probiotic bacteria labeling | Food Dive
A second class action lawsuit was filed against Brew Dr. Kombucha alleging that its products falsely advertised the levels of probiotic bacteria that was in each beverage. According to lab tests, the “Clear Mind” kombucha drink contains 50,000

Home Page | Bayol, et al. v. Health-Ade LLC, et al.
The authorized notice informs you of a proposed settlement in a class action lawsuit alleging that Defendants Health-Ade LLC and Whole Foods Market California, Inc. (“Defendants”) mislabeled or misrepresented the alcohol and sugar content