If You Bought Dreamfields Pasta
You could get Money from a Settlement

A judge in the District of New Jersey has recently approved a Settlement of two class action lawsuits concerning Dreamfields Pasta. The lawsuits allege that advertisements and packaging claiming Dreamfields Pasta has a 65% lower glycemic index than traditional pasta or that it has only 5 grams of digestible carbohydrates per serving are false and misleading. Dakota Growers, the maker of Dreamfields Pasta, denies these claims.

Records show that you signed up to receive recipes and coupons for Dreamfields Pasta and that you may be eligible for a payment from the Settlement. To get relief from this Settlement you must file a claim. You can file a claim online at www.DreamfieldsSettlement.com.

Who’s included? Generally, the Settlement includes anyone who purchased Dreamfields Pasta with a label that referred to “glycemic index” or “digestible carbs,” in the United States between February 2004 and July 1, 2014.

What does the Settlement provide?

The $5,000,000 cash Settlement will cover:

Purchases Made in the Store: If you purchased Dreamfields Pasta in a store and file a valid claim form you will receive $1.99 for each box purchased (up to 15 boxes per household).

Online Purchases: If you also purchased Dreamfields Pasta online you will receive an automatic payment of $1.99 per box. There is no limit on the number of boxes.

Depending on the number of valid claims received, your payments may be increased by as much as 50%, or decreased to allow all Class Members to share the Settlement proceeds equitably.

In order to receive a payment, you must accurately complete this Online Claim Form and submit it no later than September 1, 2014. Failure to do so could result in a reduction or denial of your claim.