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Ocean Spray Class Action Lawsuit Alleges Mislabeling

Recently, a Class Action for false advertising was filed against Ocean Spray for their labeling and advertising of their juice products. According to the Ocean Spray Class Action complaint, the company used phrases such as “no high fructose corn syrup” and, “no artificial colors or flavors,” but the products contain artificial flavoring chemicals that simulate the advertised fruit flavors such as “Cran Apple” and “Cran Grape.”

It’s cases like these that really upset us at Consider The Consumer. When it comes down to it, as consumers, we rely on companies to tell us the truth in what we are not only purchasing but putting into our bodies. When news such as the above breaks, it’s disheartening, as we can never be too sure about the food we are consuming, or the products we are buying. We must begin to hold companies to different standards, and not allow them to continually break our trust, only to regain it after covering up their wrongdoing. It’s class action lawsuits like these that are most important to consumers.

For your convenience, a full copy of the complaint is accessible below.

Editor’s note on the Ocean Spray Class Action Lawsuit:

This piece is written about the recent Ocean Spray Class Action. If you are considered eligible to be among the class of consumers described in the class action, you may eventually be able to participate in receiving any compensation the court may award.

If you have any questions concerning this process or wish to speak with a law firm that has either filed or intends to handle this matter, please feel free to contact us via email at

Similarly, if you believe to have been affected by Ocean Spray’s actions, please contact us immediately via our complaint portal or directly through email at

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