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Law Firm Preparing Class Action Lawsuit Against Baby Food Makers For Health Claims

January 21, 2010: 08:35 AM EST
A Seattle, Wash.-based law firm said it is conducting its own investigation of “possible claims” against several big food companies that have advertised various health benefits for their infant formulas and baby foods. Keller Rohrback LLP’s class action suit targets Nestle USA, Nestle Healthcare Nutrition, Gerber Products Company, Mead Johnson Nutrition Company, and Abbott Laboratories for ads claiming their products promote "brain development," "immunity," "growth" and other health benefits. Products being examined include juice beverages, infant formulas, toddler dinners, and cereals that contain vitamins, prebiotics, probiotics, nucleotides, antioxidants, and fatty acids, the firm said.
"Keller Rohrback L.L.P. Investigates Nestle, Gerber, Mead Johnson, and Abbott Laboratories for Health Claim Advertisements in Baby and Children's Nutrition Products", Globe Newswire, January 21, 2010, © GlobeNewswire, Inc.
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