Have you purchased McCormick Perfect Pinch Gourmet Seasonings? If so, you may be entitled to claim money. A $3 million class action settlement resolving claims that the company falsely advertised its products is allowing individuals to collect up to $15 dollars without proof of purchase.
Who Is Eligible?
If you purchased any McCormick product labeled “natural” or “all natural” between Jan. 1, 2013 and Sept. 23, 2021, you may be entitled to compensation. The following McCormick products are applicable:
- McCormick Perfect Pinch Fiesta Citrus Seasoning
- McCormick Perfect Pinch Mexican Seasoning
- McCormick Perfect Pinch Rotisserie Chicken Seasoning
- McCormick Perfect Pinch Southwest Seasoning
- McCormick Perfect Pinch Roasted Garlic and Bell Pepper Seasoning
- McCormick Perfect Pinch Savory All Purpose
- McCormick Gourmet Bourbon Spiced Pork — Recipe and Seasoning Mix
- McCormick Gourmet Creamy Parmesan and Sun Dried Tomato Penne — Recipe and Seasoning Mix
- McCormick Gourmet Garlic & White Wine Chicken Scaloppine — Recipe and Seasoning Mix
- McCormick Gourmet Herbes de Provence Chicken and Potatoes — Recipe and Seasoning Mix
- McCormick Gourmet Smoked Paprika Chicken Taco — Recipe and Seasoning Mix
- McCormick Gourmet Smoked Sausage & Pepper Creole Jambalaya — Recipe and Seasoning Mix
With a valid claim form and proof of purchase, Class Members will be eligible to receive $1 for each of the impacted products up to 15 products.
False Advertising Claims Initiated the Lawsuit
According to plaintiffs, McCormick took advantage of its consumers by labeling its products as “natural” in order to justify steeper prices.
The Company has denied all allegations of spreading misleading information to consumers via advertisements.
In order to be included, claims must be submitted prior to April 11, 2022.
Editor’s Note on McCormick Class Action Settlement for $3 Million:
This blog aims to provide you with the latest updates regarding the McCormick Class Action Settlement for $3 Million.
Case Name(s) & No.(s): Holve, et al. v. McCormick & Co. Inc., Case No. 6:16-cv-06702
Jurisdiction:U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York
Allegation(s): Gourmet seasoning maker McCormick responsible for misleading consumers by labeling products as “natural” or “all natural” in order to charge higher prices.
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