What is this lawsuit about?
The Lawsuit claimed that Kellogg falsely advertised that its Mini-Wheats cereal improved kids’ attentiveness, memory and other cognitive functions to a degree not supported by competent clinical evidence. Kellogg stands by its advertising and denies it did anything wrong.
Who is a Class Member?
Class Members are those persons who purchased Kellogg’s Frosted Mini-Wheats cereal in the United States between January 28, 2008 and October 1, 2009. Excluded from the Class are Kellogg’s officers, directors and employees, and those who purchased the Frosted Mini-Wheats for the purpose of resale.
Class Members may seek reimbursement of $5 per box of Frosted Mini-Wheats purchased, with a recovery of $15 for the purchase of up to three (3) boxes