A settlement has been proposed to address claims that Naked Juice maker Pepsi Co. deceptively used the words “all natural,” “non-GMO,” and “100% fruit” to describe the beverages, according to the website classactionrebates.com.
A fund of $9 million is being proposed to compensate consumers who purchased certain Naked Juice products between Sept. 27, 2007, and Aug. 19, 2013.
Consumers seeking compensation for more than $45 must provide proof of purchase. Payouts are capped at $75. There is a tiered system for compensating consumers who can’t provide proof of purchase and spent $45 or less.
The deadline to submit a claim is Dec. 17.
A list of eligible products can be found here.