A Florida federal court has granted preliminary approval of the settlement reached in a class action alleging that Kashi falsely advertised its products as “All Natural” despite containing genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Eggnatz v. The Kellogg Co., No. 12-21678 (S.D. Fla., order entered September 4, 2015). The court certified the class for settlement purposes and approved the $3.99-million settlement fund and terms of the agreement, which includes the removal of “All Natural” from Kashi products that contain the contested ingredients. The final approval hearing is set for January 2016. Additional details on the settlement appear in Issue 568 of this Update.