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A&W Class Action Settlement – A&W Root Beer Doesn’t Use Aged Vanilla

In Sharpe v. A&W Concentrate Co., a lawsuit filed in August 2020, plaintiffs claimed that A&W Concentrate Company and Keurig Dr Pepper Inc. falsely labeled their A&W Root Beer and Cream Soda products as “Made With Aged Vanilla.” They argued that the products primarily contained an artificial ingredient called ethyl vanillin instead of natural vanilla.

The Preliminary Settlement

A preliminary settlement was approved on June 5 by U.S. District Court Judge Brian M. Cogan. A&W Concentrate Company and Keurig Dr Pepper Inc. agreed to provide reimbursement to eligible consumers who purchased the falsely advertised beverages during the period from February 7, 2016, to June 2, 2023.

Who Is Eligible for Compensation?

If you purchased A&W Root Beer or Cream Soda products labeled as “Made With Aged Vanilla” for personal or household use within the specified period, you may be eligible for compensation. Proof of purchase is not required to participate.

Compensation Details

By filing a valid claim, you can receive a cash payment ranging from $5.50 to a maximum of $25.00. Even if you don’t have a proof of purchase, you can still receive a cash payment of $5.50. Payments will be made via a single check or electronic payment of your choice.

Take Action Now

To file a claim and seek compensation under the A&W Root Beer and Cream Soda settlement, visit the official settlement website at RootBeerAndCreamSodaSettlement.com (website will be live soon). Ensure that you provide accurate information and complete the necessary steps to secure your potential reimbursement.

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