A federal court in California has denied the motion to dismiss putative class claims that Jamba Juice falsely labels its frozen smoothie kits as "all natural," finding that while the plaintiffs lack standing to assert claims related to products they did not buy, "they may seek to represent a class of people who have purchased those products, as long as all plaintiffs, named and absent, have standing in their own right, and as long as the prerequisites to class certification are satisfied." Lilly v. Jamba Juice Co., No. 13-2998 (U.S. Dist. Ct., N.D. Cal., order entered November 18, 2013). The court will address whether the named plaintiffs may represent the proposed class at class certification and ordered them to file their certification motion by February 3, 2014.