Sale Prices of Walmart’s Weighted Foods

In February 2019, a false advertising class-action lawsuit was filed against Walmart for allegedly charging more than the advertised sale price for food that has a price based on its weight. Plaintiffs claim, for example, that Walmart reduced the price on a 1.36 pound package of chicken wings to $1.67 per pound, which would have made the total price for the package of chicken $2.27, but the store actually charged $3.52 for the package of wings, which was $1.25 more than the represented price. (Kukorinis et al v. Walmart, Inc., Case No. 19-cv-80221, S. D. FL.)

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