If you have purchased Blue Diamond Almond Breezoe or Blue Diamond Nut Thins Product between May 28, 2009 and Nov. 18, 2016,and the products that you purchased bore the statement “All Natural” or “Natural” on any part of the package (other than the ingredients list); listed “evaporated cane juice” as an ingredient; contained an endorsement from the American Heart Association; and/or did not specifically disclose the amount of almonds included in the product, you are entitled to compensation.
According to the false advertising class action lawsuit, Blue Diamond misleadingly marketed its Almond Breeze products as containing a specific amount of almonds. Blue Diamond denies any wrongdoing, however, the company has agreed to settle the false advertising class action lawsuit to avoid the burden and expense of trial.
The only way to receive a payment under the Settlement is to submit a valid Claim Form on or before April 13, 2017. The Claim Form must be submitted online through this website, or mailed with a postmark date of April 13, 2017. To file a claim-OnLine Claim Form
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Source: Townsend vs Blue Diamond Growers