While continuing to deny that its labeling and marketing for Truvia® sweetener products misled consumers, Cargill has apparently agreed to settle a putative nationwide class action alleging consumer fraud and breach of warranty. Martin v. Cargill, Inc., No. 13-2563 (U.S. Dist. Ct., D. Minn., preliminary agreement filed September 19, 2013). The plaintiffs claimed that the products are not "natural" because they contain "highly processed" ingredients or those derived from genetically modified organisms. Under the agreement, the company would create a $5 million fund for cash refunds and vouchers on selected Truvia® products. The company has also agreed to modify product labels that will refer consumers to its Website where it will explain in some detail how the erythritol in Truvia® is produced. Cargill has agreed not to oppose attorney’s fees and expenses of $1.59 million. Any residual funds remaining in the settlement fund would be distributed to the National Consumer Law Center and Consumer Federation of America.