Nestle has recently seen some negative media attention due to the class action lawsuit filed against them by a San Diego woman named Katie Simpson. Simpson alleges that Nestle places “profits over public health by not removing trans fat from its pizzas.” She refers to trans fat as a toxic carcinogen and demands $5 million in the class action lawsuit.
Nestle intends on defending themselves in the lawsuit and further claims that all their pizza products are “in compliance with the FDA and USDA regulations.”
Which Nestle Brands Are Part of The Class-Action Lawsuit?
- DiGiorno frozen pizzas
- Stouffer’s frozen pizzas
- California Pizza Kitchen frozen pizzas
What Are Trans Fats?
- Unsaturated fat with trans-isomer fatty acid
- Toxic food additives that raise bad cholesterol and lower the good kind
- Trans fats may increase the risk of coronary heart disease
- Trans fats are used in shortenings for deep-frying
What is a Class Action Lawsuit?
A class action is a case brought against a company whose actions have damaged a group of people in a similar way. A single person who has been injured may bring a class action on behalf of everyone who has been harmed.
Get Advice From a Qualified Class Action Attorney:
If you feel that you may have a claim as part of a class action or have any questions about the filing process, contact an experienced class action attorney today. A class action attorney can advise you on whether filing a class action or an individual lawsuit is best for your case. For more information about filing a class action lawsuit, contact a qualified Lead Counsel Attorney.
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