Jamba Juice Smoothie Kit

September 2013: This action was dismissed without prejudice after plaintiffs’ counsel was unable to reach the named plaintiff and could not confirm his attendance at a deposition.

March 2012: Plaintiffs filed a class-action lawsuit claiming that Jamba Juice falsely markets smoothie kits as “All Natural” when, according to the complaint, they contain non-natural and synthetic ingredients. (Anderson v. Jamba Juice Co.,Case No. 12-cv-01213, N. D. CA.)

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