$11.2M Canada Dry Ginger Ale ‘Real Ginger’ Settlement

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An $11.2 million settlement was reached in the class action lawsuit entitled George v. Keurig Dr Pepper Inc., aka Canada Dry Ginger Ale ‘Real Ginger’ Settlement.

Canada Dry Ginger Ale ‘Real Ginger’ Settlement

Class members in the case contend that Canada Dry Ginger Ale doesn’t contain real ginger.

Class members claim that the company falsely marketed and labeled the product which is unlawful and false advertising.

Who should file a claim?

Anyone in the U.S., except the state of California, who purchased Canada Dry Ginger Ale from the dates of Jan. 1, 2013 to Dec. 19, 2018.

File a claim here.

PLEASE NOTE IF YOU DO NOT QUALIFY FOR A SETTLEMENT DO NOT FILE A CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT CLAIM.

Not only are you filing claims under penalty of perjury but you are also harming other eligible class members if you submit a fraudulent claim.

If you do not qualify for this settlement check out our list of No Proof Required Class Action Lawsuit Settlements.

Proof of purchase required?

A receipt is necessary for anyone looking to claim a Tier 2 claim.

Canada Dry Ginger Ale ‘Real Ginger’ Settlement Important Dates

  • Mar. 19, 2019 – Claim Form Deadline
  • Apr. 8, 2019 – Final Hearing
  • Mar. 19, 2019 – Objection and Exclusion Deadline

Don’t Qualify for the Canada Dry Ginger Ale ‘Real Ginger’ Settlement?

Check out these settlements instead:

Canada Dry Ginger Ale ‘Real Ginger’ Settlement Contact Points

  • Mail – George v. Keurig Dr Pepper Inc., c/o Heffler Claims Group, P.O. Box 58097, Philadelphia, PA 19102-8097
  • Phone – 833-305-3916
  • Fax – N/A

George v. Keurig Dr Pepper Inc. is listed as case number 1822-CC11811 and is pending in the Circuit Court of the City of St. Louis for the State of Missouri.

Class members who file valid claims will be represented by Craig D. Cherry from the law firm of Haley Olson PC, Matthew H. Armstrong from the law firm of Armstrong Law Firm LLC, David C. Nelson from the law firm Nelson & Nelson, Attorneys at Law PC, and Joshua H. Eggnatz and Michael J. Pascucci from the law firm of Eggnatz Pascucci.

Canada Dry will be represented by Jonathan A. Shapiro, Ariel D. House, Van H. Beckwith and Monica H. Smith from the law firm Baker Botts LLP.

Canada Dry Ginger Ale ‘Real Ginger’ Settlement Website

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