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Lawsuit Against Kashi/Kellogg Says Products Are Anything But “All Natural”

August 30, 2011: 10:21 PM EST
A group of disgruntled consumers has filed a class action lawsuit in a California federal court seeking compensatory and punitive damages against “all natural” foods maker Kashi Co., a subsidiary of Kellogg, for false advertising, violation of California’s Consumer Legal Remedies Act, and other alleged transgressions. The plaintiffs argue that despite the “all natural” claims made by Kashi, its cereals and other products are “composed almost entirely of synthetic and unnaturally processed ingredients," such as sodium molybdate, phytonadione, sodium selenite, magnesium phosphate, niacinamide, etc. The attorney representing the lead plaintiff in the case said "in some cases" substances in Kashi products are "hazardous" and violate "both Kashi's and the FDA's definition of the term 'natural.'" 
Matt Reynolds, "All Natural' My Foot, Class Tells Kellogg", Courthouse News, August 30, 2011, © CourtHouse News Service
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