Dole Fruit Bowls false advertising $4.3M class action settlemet: Scam or Legit? Find Out!

Did you receive a mail about a class action settlement concerning a Dole Fruit Bowls false advertising $4.3M lawsuit? This review will help you partake in the class action settlement after confirming the authenticity of the mail.

What Is Dole Fruit Bowls false advertising $4.3M lawsuit?

Dole agreed to pay over $4.3 million as part of a settlement to resolve claims it falsely advertised its fruit cups as containing “100% juice” — and no proof of purchase is required for consumers to benefit.

The case is Jackson v. Dole Packaged Foods LLC, Case No. 22-LA0022, in the Circuit Court for the 20th Judicial Circuit in St. Clair County, Illinois.

The settlement website is

What Is This Class Action All About?

Plaintiffs in the class action lawsuit challenge Dole’s advertising of its fruit cups as containing fruit “in 100% juice.” According to the plaintiffs, the fruit cup products actually contain trace amounts of ascorbic acid, citric acid and other non-juice ingredients.

Dole is a fruit and vegetable company that sells a wide range of products, including fruit cups.

Dole hasn’t admitted any wrongdoing but agreed to a $4.3 million settlement to resolve the false advertising class action lawsuit.

Under the terms of the Dole settlement, class members can receive a cash payment for the products they purchased. 

Without proof of purchase, class members can receive a refund of up to $9. With proof of purchase, class members can receive a larger refund of up to $18.

As part of the settlement, Dole has agreed to remove “100% juice” claims from its product packaging or take other action to make its packaging more accurate.

Who Is Eligible?

The settlement benefits consumers who purchased Dole Cherry Mixed Fruit, Diced Apples, Diced Pears, Diced/Chunk Mango, Papaya Mango, Peach Mango, Mandarin Oranges, Pineapple Tidbits/Slices/Chunks/Crushed, Mixed Fruit, Pineapple Paradise, Red Grapefruit Sunrise, Melon Medley, Tropical Fruit or Diced/Sliced Peaches labeled “in 100% juice” or “in 100% fruit juice” between Jan. 12, 2017, and June 27, 2023.

How To Be Part of This Settlement

To partake in this settlement, class member must submit a valid and timely claim on the settlement website by Sept. 25, 2023.

The deadline for exclusion and objection is Sept. 25, 2023.

What Is The Pay For This Settlement?

The pay for this settlement is $18.

No proof of purchase is required; however, proof of purchase may result in a higher payment.

Acceptable proof of purchase is a receipt or other documentation from a third-party commercial source that, in the sole discretion of the settlement administrator, reasonably establishes the purchase of the product at issue, the quantity purchased and that the product was purchased in the United States or any of its territories during the class period.

The final approval hearing for the settlement is scheduled for Oct. 26, 2023.


As you submit your claim to the settlement website, just like Colgate company class action settlement we have reviewed, you’re doing so under penalty of perjury. You are also harming other eligible Class Members by submitting a fraudulent claim.

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