Fishy may bring you money
Hello my friend,
Did you know that when you buy a five-ounce can of tuna, there’s much less than five ounces of fish inside? Call me naive but I knew there was a little bit of liquid in the can but I figured a half ounce or so. There’s actually only about three ounces of tuna in those little cans.
Have you purchased any cans of Starkist Tuna from February 19, 2009 through October 31, 2014?
If yes, you may be entitled to a check or vouchers for free Starkist products.
A man named Hendricks filed a lawsuit against Starkist. The Lawsuit claims that StarKist Co. (“StarKist”) under-filled certain 5 oz. canned tuna products in violation of state and federal law. StarKist denies that it underfilled its products and denies that it did anything wrong. The Court did not rule in favor of Plaintiff or StarKist. Instead, the parties agreed to a Proposed Settlement to avoid the expense and risks of continuing the lawsuit.
You are a Class Member if you are a resident of the United States of America who purchased from February 19, 2009 through October 31, 2014:
- one or more 5 oz. can of Chunk Light Tuna in Water,
- one or more 5 oz. can of Chunk Light Tuna in Oil,
- one or more 5 oz. can of Solid White Tuna in Water, or
- one or more 5 oz. can of Solid White Tuna in Oil (collectively, the “StarKist Products”)
Go here to file a claim. The potential settlement includes either a $25 check or $50 worth of vouchers for Starkist products.
I know that I bought Starkist more than a few times during that time period because Mr. 47 had gone through a tuna fish on crackers stage, which he’s out of now. Now, it’s smoked herring on crackers. Eyes rolling heavenward.