Have you Purchased Glucosamine Sulfate Supplements?

Our firm is investigating a potential class action against major retail chains and manufacturers for falsely marketing and labeling their Glucosamine sulfate supplements.  Consumers have a right to expect that nutritional supplements will actually contain the substances advertised.  Unfortunately, it has come to light that many of the joint-health supplements that claim to consist of Glucosamine Sulfate may instead consist of Glucosamine Hydrochloride and Potassium Sulfate — two entirely distinct, cheaper, and less effective compounds.

For example, the following supplements may falsely claim to consist of Glucosamine Sulfate:

  • Spring Valley Glucosamine Sulfate 1000mg (Wal-Mart store brand)
  • Doctor’s Best Glucosamine Sulfate 750mg
  • Puritan’s Pride Glucosamine Sulfate 1000mg
  • Now Glucosamine Sulfate 750mg
  • Finest Natural Glucosamine Sulfate 1000mg (Walgreens store brand)
  • 365 Everyday Value Glucosamine Sulfate (Whole Foods store brand)
  • GNC Glucosamine Sulfate 500mg
  • The Vitamin Shoppe Glucosamine Sulfate 1000mg
  • Nature’s Bounty Glucosamine Sulfate 1000mg
  • TwinLab Glucosamine Sulfate Dietary Supplement

If you purchased any of these or other Glucosamine Sulfate supplements, you may have been a victim of consumer fraud, and we would like to represent you.  We would handle your case on a contingency basis — meaning we would pay for the cost of litigation and would recover our fees and expenses only if the lawsuit succeeds.  Our firm has recovered millions of dollars representing consumers in similar cases (although prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome), and we hope to have the opportunity to represent you.

If you would like to discuss your legal options, please contact us for a free consultation.