Have a Claim?

Click here for a confidential contact or call:


October 24, 2022

Posted  October 24, 2022

The nation’s largest chicken producer, Tyson Foods, has agreed to pay $10.5 million to settle a lawsuit that alleged the company, along with 18 other broiler chicken producers, had been conspiring since 2008 to drive up chicken prices.  Their actions allegedly caused consumers to overpay by millions of dollars, and violated the Washington Consumer Protection Act’s antitrust provisions.  Two other broiler chicken producers have settled thus far—Mar-Jac Poultry for $725,000, and Fieldale Farms Corp. for $475,000—bringing the total recovery in this matter to $11.7 million.  AG WA

Tagged in: Price Fixing,