DENVER, July 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Before you invest time and money in a
fitness or nutrition program that involves protein supplements, consider the
source of your supplements. At least in one instance involving powdered
protein supplements, you can't always judge a book by its cover.
Last spring, Denver-based law firm Hill and Robbins, P.C. commenced a
class action lawsuit in the United States District Court of the District of
Colorado on behalf of protein powder consumers nationwide (Terry A. Campbell
and David Afshar v. James R. Cameron and The Chemins Company, Inc.).
Plaintiffs contend that protein powder manufactured by The Chemins Company,
Inc., contained approximately half the protein content and twice the
carbohydrate content than indicated on the label. This difference obviously
would impact the effectiveness of the products.
The parties recently reached a settlement in which consumers could receive
up to a 100% reimbursement of their purchases of the following protein powder
products manufactured by The Chemins Company, Inc.: Baywood Protein, Body
Designer, Colgan Protein Shake, Neogen Protein Shake, Nurish Protein, Parvenu
Protein, Protein Plus, Pure-Gro, Pure-Lean, Ultrim, and Vitameal.
Participants in the settlement must have purchased the protein product between
January 1, 1993 and January 31, 2002.
All individuals who purchased for their consumption one or more of these
products during the dates specified should contact Class Action
Administration, the court-appointed class administrator for the Chemins
Settlement, toll-free at 1-866-540-4439. For more information, visit their
website at http://www.classactionadmin.com/projects/chemins . Send email
correspondence to: CheminsSettlement@ClassActionAmin.com. Send written
correspondence to: Chemins Claims Administration, P.O. Box 741168, Arvada, CO
SOURCE Class Action Administration, Inc.