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Whole Foods May Be Misleading Consumers Store Brand Products Are “Hypoallergenic”

Whole Foods may be leading consumers to believe that their personal care products are hypoallergenic. A complaint has been filed arguing that Whole Foods is falsely advertising products.

A complaint has been filed against Whole Foods, alleging that its Whole Foods-branded personal care products may not be “hypoallergenic” as advertised, and may contain ingredients known to cause allergic responses.

The Whole Foods-branded personal care products at issue include at least the following:

365 Baby Lotion

365 Baby Shampoo

365 Bubble Bath

365 Gentle Skin Cleanser

365 Kids’ Foaming Wash

365 Maximum Moisture Body Lotion

365 Moisturizing Lotion

365 Baby Foaming Wash

Whole Foods Market Baby Laundry Detergent

Whole Foods Market Organic Laundry Detergent

Wild Kratts Bubble Bath

Wild Kratts Kids Foaming Body Wash

If you or anyone you know purchased any of the above Whole Foods-branded personal care products and experienced an allergic response, including irritated skin or skin rash, please contact Finkelstein Thompson LLP. You can reach us at contact@finkelsteinthompson.com or call us toll-free at 1-877-337-8000.

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