Consumer Protection Law
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Thank you for the information and your question. There is no 3 day right to rescission under either Idaho or Federal law for goods sold unless the vendor gives the consumer that right orally or in writing. There are some cases where the Federal 3 day right to rescind does apply, but consumer products like this are not covered under the law. That said, if the product if defective, which is not necessarily the case if someone is allergic but could be, the vendor is bound by the implied warranty that the goods are fit for their purpose.
So, if the vendor refuses to refund your money, or exchange for an item made with different ingredients, you can try filing a complaint with the Idaho Attorney General's Office, Consumer Protection Division and see if they can get you a refund. They will investigate the issue and make a decision based on the product, etc. You could also try telling the vendor that you know that under the law their product has an implied warranty, which may or may not work, but worth a try if they bulk at giving you a refund.
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