Kroger’s Ground Coffee Products

In July 2020, a class-action lawsuit was filed against The Kroger Co. for allegedly falsely representing that its ground coffee products make a specific number of servings when, according to plaintiffs, the products do not contain enough ground coffee to make the advertised number of servings. For example, plaintiffs claim that the label of Kroger Medium Roast Supreme Blend Ground Coffee says it “makes about 225 cups” when, according to plaintiffs, consumers who follow the instructions on the label get approximately 110 servings. (Lorentzen et al v. The Kroger Co., Case No. 20-cv-6754, C.D. Cal.)

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