Woman sues Jimmy John's for forgetting the sprouts on her sandwich

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The woman, Heather Starks, filed the suit in Los Angeles County, California, claiming “that she purchased sandwiches advertised in online and in-store menus, among other places, as including sprouts, which did not in fact include sprouts.”

Starks is claiming listing fraud and a violation of California's False Advertising Act, among other claims.

Even though Jimmy Johns denies Starks' claims, they are settling the case.

From the class action settlement:

If you properly and timely submit a Settlement Claim Form, you will receive an electronic voucher that you may print and redeem at any Jimmy John's restaurant. If you receive a payment under this Settlement, you will also be releasing the "Released Claims" against Defendant (see next section for definition of Released Claims). If you wish to receive a payment under the Settlement, you must not "Opt Out" of the Settlement.

You can read the entire settlement documents here.