A mind-warping 6.5 million dollar settlement has been proposed in the class action lawsuit entitled Martin Schneider, et al. v. Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc.,

Simply head on over to www.chipotlenongmoclassaction.com to file a claim or learn more about the case.

Class members claim Chipotle Inc. misleads customers into thinking food products were “non-GMO” when in reality they were not.

Chipotle Inc. denies any action of wrongdoing but has agreed to settle in order to avoid further litigation.


Who should file a claim?

Consumers who purchased food or beverages containing meat and/or dairy ingredients from Chipotle between April 27, 2015, and June 30, 2016.”


ChipotleNonGMOClassAction.com Contact Information

  • Chipotle Non-GMO Class Action c/o Class Action Settlement Administrator 1650 Arch St., Suite 2210 Philadelphia, PA 19103
  • info@ChipotleNonGMOClassAction.com
  • 1-877-715-4517
  • Opt-Out mailing address: CLASS ACTION OPT-OUT ATTN: Chipotle Non-GMO Class Action PO Box 58220 Philadelphia, PA 19102


How much will class members receive?

With proof of purchase: 10 meals can be claimed for a maximum payment of $20.

Without proof of purchase: only five meals can be claimed for a maximum payment of $10.

Please note according to the terms of the settlement each household is able to claim up to 15 meals total, for a maximum payment of $30.

Proof of purchase will come in the form of a receipt from the visit to Chipotle in question.


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Chipotle Non-GMO Class Action Important Dates and Other Information

The case is under review in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California and claims must be filed by 5/30/2020 in order to be eligible for a cash payment.

Class members do not need to hire a lawyer as they will be represented by Matthew B. George, Mario M. Choi, Frederic S. Fox, Laurence D. King, and Donald R. Hall from the law firm of KAPLAN FOX & KILSHEIMER LLP.

Class Counsel will ask the Court to approve payment of up to 30% of the entire Fund, to them for attorneys’ fees plus costs.


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