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Bai Class Action Lawsuit: That’s Not Real Fruit!

Bai Lawsuit Filed

A Bai Class Action Lawsuit has been filed alleging that Bai’s Antioxidant Cocofusion line of beverages falsely advertises and represents its drinks as containing real fruit ingredients from limes, pineapples, raspberries, or mangoes to create their flavor. This line includes four flavors: Andes Coconut Lime, Puna Coconut Pineapple, Maui Coconut Raspberry, and Malawi Coconut Mango. Moreover, the labels affixed to these products feature the names of the two fruits as well as pictures of the two fruits that are advertised as being contained within each beverage.

The Bai Class Action Lawsuit complaint states that this sort of portrayal “give(s) reasonable consumers the reasonable impression and expectation that each one of the beverages does in fact contain real fruit ingredients from the two represented fruits.”

A full copy of the Bai Lawsuit is as follows:

The suit claims that despite the representations on the product, the drinks do not contain enough (if any) real fruit ingredients from limes, pineapples, raspberries, or mangoes to create their flavor. Instead, the Bai products are flavored by compounds that “mimic, masquerade, and counterfeit” as the taste of real fruit ingredients.

Can You Join The Bai Class Action Lawsuit?

If you have purchased any of these products please be aware that the Law Offices of Peter N. Wasylyk is working on the issue at hand, and they want to hear from you!

If you believe to have been affected by the information above, please contact us today via email to Outreach@ConsiderTheConsumer.com. Similarly, you may also reach us directly on our website!

Editor’s note on the Bai Class Action:

This piece is written about the recently filed Bai Lawsuit. For more information, please shoot us an email to Outreach@ConsiderTheConsumer.com, find us on Twitter, FacebookInstagramLinkedIn, or even connect with us directly on our website! We look forward to hearing from all of you.  Please note that this investigation piece has been sponsored by the Law Offices of Peter N. Wasylyk, and Consider The Consumer has received compensation for such sponsorship.

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1 thoughts on “Bai Class Action Lawsuit: That’s Not Real Fruit!”

  • Michael says:

    I was under the belief that what is pictured and shown on the label was the main ingredients in this product. False advertising and I would not have spent the money if I’d known that there was really any REAL juices in this product. Such a scam to the consumer.

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