Diana Jill Miloro vs Van’s Foods International
- You may be eligible for a cash refund from Van’s Frozen International
- To be eligible for this class action lawsuit, you must have purchased specific Van’s frozen breakfast items
- Van’s advertised products as “all natural” and “naturally delicious” when they included a synthetic ingredient
If you purchased certain Van’s Frozen International products, you may be eligible for a refund thanks to a class action lawsuit. The packaging on these products touted them as “all natural” and “naturally delicious,” but they contained a synthetic ingredient. Van’s disagrees with the lawsuit and stands by the wording on their packaging. The courts did not decide a verdict in this case, but both sides agreed on an out of court settlement.
- With no proof of purchase, the maximum amount that can be claimed is $4.99 per household.
- With proof of purchase, the maximum that can be claimed is $18 per household.
- Your claim form must be submitted online or by mail and received by December 16, 2015.
You do not need to pay any money to be a part of this class action lawsuit with Van’s. The group’s legal representation will be paid out of the settlement funds. If you agree to be a part of this suit, that means that you can no longer sue Van’s as an individual regarding the matter of their packaging. A final hearing will occur on September 17, 2015 in the Phelps County, Missouri Circuit Court. Cash payments will be made once the court agrees on a final approval. Van’s intends to mail out settlement payments within 30 days of final approval. If the court does not approve this settlement or if the settlement is overturned, Van’s will not distribute any funds.
You may contact the administrators of this lawsuit at:
- Diana Jill Miloro, et al. v. Van’s Foods International Inc., c/o Heffler Claims Group,P.O. Box 58668, Philadelphia, PA 19102-8668