Attention restaurant owners or other businesses that purchased Broiler Chicken
It is hard enough to keep food costs under control, but you might be surprised to learn that you have been over-paying for chicken because of an illegal conspiracy to fix and raise chicken prices. But for thousands of restaurants, schools, nursing homes and other businesses, this kind of illegal pricing activity may have been going on since at least 2008.
According to recently filed class action complaints, a conspiracy dating back to 2008 to raise the price of Broiler Chickens is alleged to have taken place, and businesses in the states listed below may have been affected.
Claims have been filed by businesses in certain states, but not your state if you see it listed below. If you own a business in one of these states and purchased Broiler Chicken from a distributor, contact Goldman Scarlato & Penny’s attorneys to learn about your rights and your claim to money damages.
- District of Columbia
- New Hampshire
- New Mexico
- North Carolina
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- West Virginia
Contact: Goldman Scarlato & Penny, P.C.
Paul J. Scarlato firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian D. Penny email@example.com
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