Class Actions

Cottonelle Wipes

Starting in February 2020, batches of Wipes were mixed with a bacterium, dangerous to human health, called pluralibacter gergoviae and then sold to consumers on the open market. This class action concerns purchasers and users of the Wipes.

In the "Tell us about your experience" space below, tell us, for the period ranging from February 2020 to October 2020, if you purchased any of the Cottonelle Flushable Wipes or Cottonelle Gentle Plus Flushable Wipes and what you experienced after use.


The National Class Action was Partly Certified on August 28, 2023 (see the Judgment from the Supreme Court of British Columbia below). The Quebec Action is currently suspended until a trial takes place in British Columbia.

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