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Walmart Agrees to Maximum Settlement of $9.5M for Meat Overcharging

shelves of beef products in the Walmart meat section

Walmart has agreed to pay up to $9.5 million and change some of its business practices to settle a class action lawsuit accusing the retailer of using sales prices to overcharge for packaged meat.

According to the terms of the settlement, Walmart will create a settlement fund of between $4.5 million and $9.5 million to reimburse Class Members who were overcharged for Walmart meat products and to cover court costs, expenses and administrative costs. The company also has agreed to the remediation of pricing practices for Walmart food prices. 

In his February 2019 Walmart meat class action complaint, plaintiff Vassilios Kukorinis alleged that Walmart advertised its packaged meat products with a sale price, but the final sale price didn’t correspond with that price based on the product’s weight.

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