Lieff Cabraser represents the parents of an infant girl whose survival was threatened by an allegedly defective liquid baby formula mixing machine manufactured and sold by Baby Brezza and The Betesh Group.
The lawsuit alleges that Baby Brezza knew or should have known that its Baby Brezza Formula Pro and Baby Brezza Formula Pro Advanced formula makers contain a dangerous design defect that produces overly watery insufficiently nutritive baby formula, and that the sale of defective makers and Baby Brezza’s failure to disclose their propensity to make dangerous insufficiently nutritive watery formula constitute unfair and deceptive business practices and breach of express and implied warranties.
Baby Brezza markets the formula makers as employing “patented mixing technology [that] automatically mixes formula and water to perfect consistency.” As alleged in the Complaint, the formula makers do not perform as advertised, and even when operated correctly produce formula that is too watery and lacks enough nutrients to allow infants to thrive. Improperly concentrated formula (either too watery or too dense) is dangerous because infants’ digestive systems are not sufficiently developed to process formula that is too watery or too concentrated.
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