Results for "toddler formula"

Enfagrow Premium Toddler Transitions

December 23rd, 2020

In November 2020, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Mead Johnson & Company for, among other things, allegedly deceptively marketing Enfagrow Premium Toddler Transitions formula as “nutritionally appropriate” for children between nine and eighteen months when, according to plaintiffs, the product contains less protein and more added sugar, calories, carbohydrates, and fat than is recommended


Similac Go & Grow Toddler Drink

December 23rd, 2020

In November 2020, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Abbott Laboratories for, among other things, allegedly deceptively marketing Similac Go & Grow Toddler Drink as meeting the nutritional needs of children who are older than twelve months when, according to plaintiffs, the product contains less protein and more added sugar, carbohydrates, and fat than is


Up & Up Toddler Next Stage Milk Drink Powders

December 23rd, 2020

In November 2020, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Target for, among other things, allegedly falsely marketing Up & Up Brand Toddler Next Stage milk drink powder as “nutritionally appropriate” for children older than 12 months when, according to plaintiffs, the product contains less protein and more calories, sugars, and carbohydrates than is recommended for


Toddler Beginnings

July 29th, 2020

In June 2020, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Walmart for allegedly misleadingly marketing Parent’s Choice Toddler Beginnings formula as nutritionally appropriate for children who are nine months and older when, according to the complaint, such claims are false. Plaintiffs also claim that the labeling of Toddler Beginnings does not disclose that the product contains


Gerber Good Start Grow Stage 3

December 23rd, 2020

In November 2020, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Gerber alleging, among other things, that it misleadingly markets Gerber Good Start Grow Stage 3 (a transition formula for toddlers aged 12 to 24 months) as nutritionally appropriate for toddlers when, according to plaintiffs, the product contains more added sugars and less protein, carbohydrates, and fat



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