A $2.2 million settlement has been reached in the class action lawsuit entitled Tanya Mayhew, et al. v. KAS Direct LLC and S.C. Johnson & Son Inc. (also known as the Babyganics Class Action Settlement).
Class members in the case contend that KAS Direct misleadingly marketed its baby food products as being organic and and made from “mineral-based” ingredients.”
Most importantly the lawsuit explains that customers bought the Babyganics products in questions because they were organic and made from “mineral-based” ingredients.
Products include baby lotions, toothpaste, shampoo, diaper rash cream, and sunscreen.
KAS Direct denies any actions of wrongdoing but has agreed to settle in order to avoid further litigation. KAS Direct also agrees to update its Babyganics products packaging.
Who should file a claim?
If you lived in the U.S. and purchased the Babyganics organic products associated with the lawsuit between the dates of Sept. 7, 2010 to June 26, 2018 please file a claim.
Please note a complete list of Babyganics organic products associated with the Babyganics Class Action Settlement can be found here.
Proof of purchase required?
For a full refund, a receipt must be provided.
However, class members without proof of purchase will receive a partial refund of up to eight covered Babyganics products.
Babyganics Class Action Settlement Contact Points
- Mail: Babyganics Settlement Administrator c/o Angeion Group 1650 Arch Street, Suite 2210, Philadelphia, PA 19103
- Phone: 1-888-332-0279
- Email: info@BabyganicsSettlement.com
Babyganics Class Action Settlement Important Dates
- Oct. 10, 2018: Objection/Exclusion Deadline
- Oct. 29, 2018: Claim Form Deadline
- Nov. 14, 2018: Settlement Fairness Hearing
Babyganics Class Action Settlement Highlights
- The case is pending in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
- Listed as case number 7:16-cv-06981
- Entitled: Tanya Mayhew, et al. v. KAS Direct LLC and S.C. Johnson & Son Inc.,
Finally class members who file valid claims will be represented by Clayton Halunen and Amy Boyle of Halunen Law, Charles Joseph LaDuca and Katherine Van Dyck of Cuneo Gilbert & LaDuca, LLP, and Jason Sultzer of The Sultzer Law Group PC.