Every day, millions of people shop at Kroger, but the grocery chain has recently been in hot water.
An environmental group sued Kroger in early March, claiming the grocer sold products containing excessive amounts of lead.
The lawsuit claims the chain sells "non-drowsy" cold and flu medications that actually cause drowsiness.
The shoppers claim that Kroger's "Non-Drowsy" OTC cold and flu medications contain dextromethorphan hydrobromide (DM HBr).
ike the Kroger lawsuit, all three claims claim the companies are passing off drowsy medications as "non-drowsy."