A consumer has filed a putative class action against Kraft Foods Group Inc. alleging that the company’s fat-free cheese is mislabeled as “natural” because it contains artificial or synthetic ingredients, including “artificial color.” Quiñones-Gonzalez v. Kraft Foods Grp., Inc., No. 15-1892 (D.P.R., filed July 27, 2015). The plaintiff asserts that she relied on the “natural” label to mean that the product, “at a minimum, has no artificial ingredients or characteristics. The public is further led to believe the Product will be healthier, safer and/or produced to a higher standard.” She seeks class certification, an injunction, restitution and damages for allegations of deceptive and unfair marketing and unjust enrichment. A class was certified in June 2015 in a similar lawsuit pending in California federal court; details about the ruling appear in Issue 570 of this Update.