Chicken Food Prices Inflation Class Action Settlement

Chicken Food Prices Inflation Class Action Settlement

Chicken Open Class Action Settlements

Photo Credit: Adobe | Updated: November 19, 2023

Claim Form Deadline: To Be Determined

Estimated Payout: Varies

Proof required: No

Method of payment: PayPal / Mailed Check

What is the Chicken Prices Settlement About?

A $181 Million chicken class action lawsuit settlement has been agreed upon related to inflation and food prices skyrocketing for households all over the United States, especially for poultry and eggs. The $181 Million chicken lawsuit was settled on behalf of residents of certain states in the U.S. who purchased chicken from 2009 through 2020.

If you purchased any chicken or chicken products from January 1, 2009 through December 31, 2020 you can be eligible to receive a cash payout from a collection of chicken and broiler chicken lawsuits, resulting in class action lawsuits totaling a $181 million settlement fund to be distributed. The claim deadline to file a legitimate qualifying settlement form has been extended to accommodate claimants and is pending as to a date. Keep checking this site to see when the established claim form deadline will be.

The full list of States that qualify are included below. The settlement involves multiple companies who have been accused of unfair price fixing monopoly and oligopoly business practices resulting from collusion to rip off the every day consumer. Companies involved in this that have agreed to settle are some of the biggest food producers in the United States:

Tyson Foods
• Fieldale Farms
• George's
• Mar-Jac
• Peco
• Pilgrim's

What Does the Chicken Settlement Provide?

The companies involved are each contributing funds to the chicken class action settlement fund, as decided by the Court. Once and if the Court proceeds with final approval for the settlement, the breakdown of funds by company is stated as follows by the chicken class action administrators:

• Tyson Foods will pay $99,000,000,
• Pilgrim's will pay $75,000,000,
• George's will pay $1,900,000,
• Peco will pay $1,900,000,
• Fieldale will pay $1,700,000,
• Mar-Jac will pay $1,000,000.

How Do I Qualify?

You are a Class Member of the Chicken Settlement if you purchased fresh or frozen raw chicken which is defined as whole birds (with or without giblets), whole cut-up birds purchased within a package, or “white meat” parts including breasts and wings (or cuts containing a combination of these).

The chicken must have been purchased in one of the following states any time from January 1, 2009 through July 31, 2019:

 Qualifying States 
 District of Columbia 
 New Hampshire 
 New Mexico 
 New York 
 North Carolina 
 Rhode Island  
 South Carolina 
 South Dakota 

Please note that those purchased made in Rhode Island only qualify if they were made after July 15, 2013.

How Do I Find Class Action Settlements?

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How Do I File a Claim?

To be eligible to receive a payment from the $181 Million Chicken Settlement, you must complete and submit a valid Claim Form electronically below if you believe that you are a qualified claimant.

Filing Class Action Lawsuit Claims

Please note that your claim form will be rejected if you submit a settlement claim for payout with any fraudulent information. By providing this information and your sworn statement of its veracity, you agree to do so under the penalty of perjury. You would also be harming others that actually qualify for the class action settlement. If you are not sure whether or not you qualify for this class action settlement, visit the class action administrator's website below. is only providing information and is not a class action administrator or a law firm. is a participant in the Amazon affiliate advertising program and this post may contain affiliate links, which means we may earn a commission or fees if you make a purchase via those links.

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