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Tovar v. Drew’s LLC.

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Deadline for returning Proof of Claim: July 15, 2017
LINKDrew’s LLC has reportedly agreed to settle a class action lawsuit over allegations it labeled some of its products as “all natural” even though they contained synthetic ingredients.If you purchased certain Drew’s All Natural salad dressings and/or marinades, you may be eligible to receive a cash refund from the class action settlement.

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site said: If you do not have valid Proof of Purchase, may recover up to a maximum of $1.50 per Household ... If you have a Proof of Purchase, you may recover $.50/Product for each Product purchased, up to a maximum of 20 Products/$10.00 per Household by ... providing your Proof of Purchase. Proof of Purchase means a receipt, UPC code, picture of opened Product showing UPC code, or other documentation from a third-party commercial source reasonably establishing the fact and date of purchase of the Product during the Class Period in the United States.
 
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Deadline for returning Proof of Claim: July 15, 2017

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