Nutrish Super Premium Food for Dogs

April 2019: A federal judge dismissed the complaint in this case without prejudice concluding that plaintiffs failed to state a claim because the presence of a “negligible” amount of glyphosate in dog food is not likely to affect a consumer’s decision to purchase the product and, thus, is not “materially misleading.”

August 2018: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Rachael Ray Nutrish for allegedly deceptively advertising its line of Super Premium Food for Dogs as natural when, according to plaintiffs, the dog food contains a chemical that is commonly used as an herbicide, glyphosate. (Parks et al v. Ainsworth Pet Nutrition, LLC d/b/a Rachael Ray Nutrish, Case No. 18-cv-6936, S. D. NY.)

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