Parents today have an ever-growing amount of options when it comes to buying products for their children. As a result, it has become much easier to be picky about which substances come into contact with your baby.
But exactly how trustworthy are those product labels?
The marketing executives behind these companies are experts at using key phrases that appeal to the health-conscious parent: words like organic, natural, and mineral-based.
But what do they mean, exactly?
A class action suit against baby products brand Babyganics has brought to light the kind of false advertising that often misleads consumers.
Plaintiffs in the case are claiming multiple Babyganic products were falsely advertised as organic. If you or anyone you know has purchased any of these products between Sept. 7, 2010, and June 26, 2018, you may be eligible for a full or partial refund.
As a parent, your child's health is the number one concern. For more information regarding this case, please visit this page.
Liz Coffman has worked in the advertising industry for over 7 years and is passionate about connecting people to the world around them through her writing. Based in the Pacific Northwest, Liz is also a professional musician, avid rock climber, hiker and adventure seeker.