LOS ANGELES (Legal Newsline) – A user of cannabidiol-containing products says a company selling them isn’t putting enough of it in them.
Miguel Rodriguez filed a class action lawsuit in Los Angeles federal court May 29 against Just Brands through attorneys at Bursor & Fisher.
“Defendants’ labeling and packaging repeatedly overstate the quantity of CBD contained in their products,” the lawsuit says. “(T)he labeling and packaging of the CBD products are replete with representations and warranties, namely that the products purportedly contain specific amounts of CBD.
“However, the CBD products contain only a fraction of the CBD advertised on Defendants’ website and on the products’ labeling and packaging.”
Some Just products contain no CBD at all, says the lawsuit, citing independent lab testing commissioned by the plaintiff’s lawyers.
JustCBD Honey Liquid Tincture is said to contain 100 milligrams of CBD in the bottle but has less than half that, they claim.
Published: June 10, 2020
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