Lawsuit Says Protein Bars Are Mislabeled And Don’t Contain Advertised Ingredients

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Published on 15 Oct 2019, 22:00
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A class action lawsuit claims that Bio-Nutritional Research Group’s Power Crunch protein bars do not contain the advertised, characterizing ingredients. According to plaintiff Hipolito Baez, Bio-Nutritional Research Group falsely markets their products to make them seem more attractive to prospective consumers. The Power Crunch class action lawsuit claims that the Chocolate Mint bar does not really contain mint oil, the Salted Caramel bar does not contain caramel, the French Vanilla Crème bar does not contain vanilla flavoring or vanilla extract, and the Wild Berry Crème bar does not contain wild berry puree. Ring of Fire’s Farron Cousins discusses this with Scott Hardy from Top Class Actions.

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