Companies settle 'all natural' allegations

Posted at 7:05 PM, Jan 04, 2016
and last updated 2016-01-04 21:05:57-05
From toothpaste to soap, from cereals to granola bars-- if you bought these because they said "all natural," you may be surprised, and you may get some money back.
Kashi settled a false advertising class action lawsuit over allegations that some products included genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
With receipts, you can receive full refunds for Kashi products bought between 2008 and 2015. Without receipts, you can receive up to $27.50. The deadline to file a claim is Jan. 19.
Kashi admitted no wrongdoing in settling this suit. Read more about the Kashi settlement .
Another company known for it's natural products, Tom's of Maine, also settled a class action suit. Allegations were that some of the ingredients in their products were not all natural, as advertised.
If you bought one of the listed products between 2009 and 2015, you can get up to $28 back.
Tom's of Maine admitted no wrongdoing. The deadline to file a claim is Jan. 18. Read more about the Tom's of Maine settlement.
Lennox settled a lawsuit that alleged it manufactured and sold defective evaporator coils, which were used in a number of different brands. If yours was replaced between 2007 and July of 2015, you could get up to $550 back.
Lennox Industries admitted no wrongdoing. Read more about theLennox settlement.
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