Yogurtland Faces Class Action over Frozen Yogurt

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A class action lawsuit was filed on September 23, 2009 in the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Los Angeles, on behalf of all purchasers of a certain so-called "frozen yogurt" product made and/or marketed by Yogurtland International, LLC ("Yogurtland").

The Complaint alleges that Yogurtland's product does not meet the California manufacturing standards for "frozen yogurt." Also, Yogurtland does not list the ingredients in each of the products served and failed to provide its ingredients upon inquiry.

Moreover, Yogurtland has illegal and unsanitary business practices. By and through their staff's own admission, Yogurtland, in violation of California law, reclaims and reuses product by either (1) emptying their product from the soft-serve machines and reusing old product the next morning or (2) leaving product in the soft-serve machines overnight for reuse the next day.

Such practices create potential health hazards to customers. So that no other consumers are similarly deceived, Plaintiff has initiated this lawsuit to compel Yogurtland to disclose to the public that they are not selling frozen yogurt in violation of California law.

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My daughters and I went to yogurtland on a friday evening and the next day at 4am we all woke up sick. I had diarreah and vomiting, my daughters vomiting and then later fever. We took pepto and Advil which helped. Today is a day later and I feel better , my daughter s slept well but if they wake up with fever....I'm taking them to the doc

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