As someone who cares about the nutritional value of the food you eat, you make buying decisions based the information you read on labels. If those labels are false or misleading, you have the right to feel cheated. You may also be entitled to money damages.
The law firm of Dolan Dobrinsky Rosenblum Bluestein, LLP, in Miami is investigating a potential claim against Simply 7 for possible mislabeling of Simply 7 Quinoa Chips. The firm is considering filing a lawsuit on behalf of consumers nationwide. If you have purchased Simply 7 Quinoa Chips, please call the firm at 786-401-4708 for a free consultation.
The Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act requires companies to place nutritional information labels on packaged food. Those labels cannot be false or misleading. Companies that print false or misleading information on food labels can be sued for false advertising.
Simply 7 is a Houston, Texas, company that markets snack products based on its use of simple and healthy ingredients. The civil justice system provides a strong motivation for companies to deliver what they are promising.