Welcome to the Klacko v. Diamond Foods, Inc. Settlement Website

Case No.: 9:14-cv-80005
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida

If you purchased Diamond Foods Kettle Brand® products ("Kettle Brand® Products") labeled as "All Natural," "Natural," "Naturally," "Made with All Natural Ingredients," "Natural Promise," or any other derivation of "natural," "nothing artificial," "no preservatives," "non-GMO," "non-GMO ingredients," "only natural colors and flavors," "natural flavors," "A Natural Obsession," "real food ingredients," "Reduced Fat" and/or "___ % Less Fat," in the United States from January 3, 2010 through and including February 24, 2015, you could be entitled to a payment from a Settlement.

The class action alleges that Diamond Foods mislabeled and misbranded its Kettle Brand® products by making false and misleading statements on package labels. Diamond Foods denies it did anything wrong, defended itself throughout this litigation, and asserts that its marketing and labels were truthful and consistent with the law. The Court has not decided who is right. Both sides have agreed to settle the dispute and get benefits to consumers.


SUBMIT A CLAIM FORM POSTMARKED BY AUGUST 1, 2015 This is the only way to get a payment. Click here to file a claim.
EXCLUDE YOURSELF BY JUNE 11, 2015 Get no money from the Settlement. This is the only option that allows you to ever be a part of any other lawsuit against the Defendant about the legal claims in this case. See Frequently Asked Questions 13-15 for more information.
OBJECT BY JUNE 11, 2015 Write to the Court about why you don't like the Settlement. See Frequently Asked Questions 16 & 17 for more information.
GO TO A HEARING Ask to speak in Court about the fairness of the Settlement. See Frequently Asked Questions 20-22 for more information.
DO NOTHING Get no payment. Give up rights to ever sue the Defendant about the legal claims in this case. See Frequently Asked Question 23 for more information.

These rights and options, and the deadlines to exercise them, are explained in further detail in the Class Notice and on the Frequently Asked Questions section of this website.