Claim Form Deadline: July 1, 2020 Who’s Eligible: All U.S. consumers who bought one or more cans of Trader Joe’s Tuna between Jan. 5, 2012 and March 2, 2020. In re Trader Joe's Tuna Litigation United States District Court, Central District of California Case No.16-cv-01371-ODW-AJW.
A lawsuit filed against Trader Joe’s claims the supermarket sold underfilled 5 oz.
The proposed class action alleged the grocery store chain under-filled five-ounce cans of tuna, and class members say the payout, which comes to $29 per claim, is adequate and fair when compared to the price of the cans of tuna. cans of Trader Joe’s tuna only contained 3 oz. A California court has reversed its decision, and has given preliminary approval to a $1.3 million (€1.2 million) nationwide class action for a lawsuit brought in 2016 against California-based grocery store Trader Joe's for allegedly "cheating customers by under filling 5-ounce cans of Trader Joe’s store-brand tuna." A federal judge has preliminarily approved a $3.4 million settlement of a class action lawsuit accusing grocery store chain Trader Joe’s of falsely advertising certain products such as cookies and apple juice as “all natural.” In an order handed down on February 6, U.S. District Judge William H. Orrick called the settlement “sufficient, fair reasonable and adequate.” cans of tuna in violation of state and federal law. Trader Joe’s is settling a class action alleging that it underfilled cans of tuna it sold. In re Trader Joe’s TunaLitigation, c/o KCC Class Action Services, P.O. January 8 2016 - by Lucy Campbell.
Trader Joe’s has been hit with a proposed class action claiming that it under filled its store-brand canned tuna. Trader Joe’s tuna cans, according to the class action lawsuit, were filled with 9 to 24 percent less than the U.S. Food and Drug Administration mandated levels. The complaint claimed that the cans held less tuna than the marked amount.
Trader Joes Class Action Settlement: Claim Form Deadline: June 16, 2014: Claims Administrator: Trader Joe’s Settlement PO Box 3063 Faribault, MN 55021-2663; firstname.lastname@example.org: 1-855-793-1363: 32 responses to “Trader Joes All Natural Settlement” krystal pettus says: May 10, 2014 at 1:03 am Not happy I only eat healthy products and I bought this cause it was natutal. Cal.) cans of tuna in violation of state and federal law. Independent tests conducted by the United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration determined the underfilling. Four class action lawsuits against Trader Joe’s were combined earlier in 2017 and the amended case focuses on allegations that Trader Joe’s regularly underfilled its five-ounce cans of store-brand tuna with between nine and 24 percent less tuna than is mandated by the FDA. A lawsuit filed against Trader Joe’s claims the supermarket sold underfilled 5 oz. (The complaints allege that the average weight of the tuna is less than 3 ounces.) Santa Clara, CA: Trader Joe' is facing a federal consumer fraud class action lawsuit alleging the store-brand tuna is underfilled.