Lawsuits have now been filed in Arkansas and California against four national retailers following New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s allegations that the retailers’ dietary supplements failed to contain labeled botanicals such as ginseng, Echinacea and St. John’s wort. Schneiderman’s investigation reportedly found that the majority of supplements tested did not contain the labeled herbs or were contaminated. These class action lawsuits similarly allege that the supplements failed to contain the ingredients they claimed and contained other materials not disclosed. At least one of the retailers has challenged the results of the attorney general’s investigation and noted that its products were made and tested according to Food and Drug Administration regulations.