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Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Foster Farms Alleging the American Humane Association Certification Label is Misleading
According to a complaint filed on July 13, 2015, despite labeling their products with a certification from the American Humane Association, Foster Farms chickens are mutilated and mistreated before enduring painful deaths.
If you or a family member have purchased Foster Poultry Farms chicken and did so believing the chicken was produced in humane conditions, you may be entitled to compensation.
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About The Class Action Lawsuit Against Foster Farms
A Class Action complaint was filed against Foster Poultry Farms Inc. on July 13, 2015 in the Superior Court of the State of California for the County of Los Angeles alleging the defendants engaged in false and misleading advertising when it labeled its chicken with a certification from the American Humane Association (“AHA”). The complaint states the certification label creates a reasonable expectation to the consumer that the chicken they are purchasing was produced in humane conditions. The plaintiff states she discovered the AHA certification doesn’t require special treatment of chickens. According to the complaint, the AHA standards just require the eggs to come from facilities that avoid contagion. The plaintiff describes a number of abuses the chickens allegedly suffer at Foster Farms including forced molting and beak-trimming; being starved and not given water; and male chicks being ground up alive. Plaintiff contends that she relied on the AHA certification label when making her purchase and believed the chicken she purchased was created in humane conditions.