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Snyder’s-Lance Whole Grain Sandwich Crackers Class Action Lawsuit – Peanut Butter Biscuits With Refined Grains?

Buyers Of Lance Peanut Butter Sandwich Crackers Misled Into Believing False Representations Of The Product’s Grains Content 

Snyder’s-Lance is currently being accused in a class action lawsuit of misleading the consumers about the number of refined grains compared to the number of whole grains present in its peanut butter sandwich crackers.

Joseph Vazquez v. Snyder’s-Lance, Inc.

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Filed in a New York federal court by complainant Joseph Vazquez, the Snyder’s-Lance Whole Grain Sandwich Crackers Class Action Lawsuit is looking to take the food business in court for its alleged shortcomings. 

According to Vazquez, the company behind the peanut butter sandwich crackers products allegedly makes customers believe that its offering contains a significant amount of whole grains. 

Advertised as having 11 grams of whole grain in product marketing claims, the peanut butter sandwich crackers, however, has more refined grains than whole grains, but this fact is not properly explained to the everyday consumer via product labeling. 

The class action retorts that buyers are then led to buying a product that they think would help them augment their whole grains intake yet actually makes them consume excessive amounts of refined grains as a caveat. 

Charges Against Snyder’s-Lance

The plaintiff argues that Snyder’s-Lance is able to capture a much larger portion of the market due to the purported misleading product representations it has made regarding its peanut butter sandwich crackers’ grains ingredients. 

Per the latest figures, the company is said to be the second-largest salty snack manufacturing business in the United States. 

Additionally, the class action details that officials have already released a stern warning to food industry players to follow the proper product labeling practices that should be present in offerings – especially involving items with whole and non-whole grains in them. 

The Food and Drug Administration or FDA has released a series of guidelines beforehand to help companies to follow the proper regulatory standards. 

The Snyder’s-Lance Whole Grain Sandwich Crackers Class Action Lawsuit is alleging the company of being guilty of the following charges: unjust enrichment, fraud, negligent misrepresentation, and the like. 

Vazquez is also suing the food business for reportedly violating the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act and several other state-level consumer fraud laws. 

Consider The Consumer will carry on reporting on class actions filed against food companies after they purportedly transgressed the rights of the everyday consumer like you. Stay tuned. 

Editor’s Note on Snyder’s-Lance Whole Grain Sandwich Crackers Class Action Lawsuit:

This feature divulges the details of the class action lawsuit filed against food company Snyder’s-Lance involving its peanut butter sandwich crackers offering. A similar case was also filed against Trader Joe’s Honey Graham Crackers. 

Case Name(s) & No.(s): Joseph Vazquez v. Snyder’s-Lance, Inc.; Case No.: 1:22-cv-00026

Jurisdiction: United States (U.S.) District Court for the Eastern District of New York Brooklyn

Allegation(s): The peanut butter sandwich crackers made and sold by Snyder’s-Lance are not properly labeled to show its ingredients’ amounts.   

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