Cargill agreed to pay $6.1 million to settle a class action accusing it of falsely advertising its synthetic Truvia sweetener as natural.

U.S. District Judge Leslie Kobayashi approved the settlement Monday, which includes $1.83 million in attorneys’ fees.

Four lawsuits were brought against Cargill in 2013, claiming the agribusiness behemoth intentionally misled consumers by advertising Truvia as a natural sweetener primarily manufactured from the stevia plant.

Truvia, however, is “largely a synthetic and chemically produced” product, according to the May 2014 consolidated complaint.

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