East County News Service
January 18, 2017 (San Diego’s East County) – If you bought milk or other dairy products such as yogurt, half and half or cream anytime since 2003, you may be eligible for a refund through a class action suit that alleges price-fixing by the dairy industry. Claims must be submitted by January 31st.
The suit, Matthew Edwards v. National Milk Producers Federation, applies to consumers in 15 states, including California, plus the District of Columbia, who bought milk from a grocery store or other retailer.
The National Milk Producers Federation and others in the dairy products industry denied guilt, but have agreed to settle the case for $52 million.
To be eligible for a share of the settlement, you must have purchased milk products for consumption, not for resale. No proof of purchase is required.
The amount you could receive will be based on the number of products claimed as well as the number of valid claims submitted. For more information, you can call 877-417-4561, send an email to info@BoughtMilk.com, or visit http://www.classactionrebates.com/settlements/fresh-milk/