Iowa School Food Class Action Settlement
Class Members of the Iowa school food class action settlement include anyone who paid for food at an Iowa-based school between Jan. 1, 2000 and Aug. 1, 2014
and, at the time of purchase (1) was a member of the IEC or the IAEP and (2) had one or more grades from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade.
Up to $50 per student or $3.50 per eligible year. (amount can be reduced pro rata based on the number of qualified applicants
|Proof of Purchase:||
|Claim Form:||Iowa School Food Claim Form
|Case Name:||Duane Smith and Brooke Smith v. Martin Brothers Distributing Company Inc., et al.,,
Case No. CVCV036641
Iowa District Court for Dallas County
The class action settlement alleges that that Iowa Educators Corporation (IEC), its successor The Iowa Association for Educational Purchasing (IAEP), and Martin Brothers Distributing Company Inc. violated Iowa antitrust laws by conspiring to restrain competition in the market for the retail sale of school foods.According to the plaintiffs the defendants’ alleged misconduct has caused Iowa families whose children attended schools that were IEC members to pay higher prices for food at school than they would have paid without the alleged misconduct.
|Settlement Website:||Iowa School Food Settlement|
|Claim Form Deadline:||9/30/2014|
|Claims Administrator:||Iowa School Food Litigation Settlement|
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