Kashi Co. Settles 'All Natural' Claims

Kashi Co. has agreed to pay $5 million to consumers and to change the labeling on some food products to resolve a class action that accused the cereal company of falsely advertising its products as "all natural" or "nothing artificial" when they contained synthetic and artificial ingredients, according to a proposed settlement filed in California federal court.

Sign up for a free Law.com trial now!

Law.com's Elite 15-day trial gives you:

  • All access pass to legal news across ALM's Network
  • News by Practice Area, available exclusively on Law.com
  • The free Law.com InPractice digital newsletter
  • Personalized legal news on the Law.com mobile App

During and after your trial, you'll receive the benefits of an ALM digital membership, including a subscription to the Law.com Newswire digital newsletter.