Grocers Sued for Selling Frozen Re-baked Bread as Fresh

By on December 18, 2014

Class Action lawsuits were filed New Jersey Superior Court in Camden County against three supermarket chains for allegedly advertising breads that were frozen and then re-baked as freshly made in-store.

The complaints accuse Whole Foods Inc., Wegmans Food Markets Inc. and and Acme Markets Inc. of violating the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act and propose classes of grocery store customers as far back as 2008.

The lawsuits also claim that class action is appropriate since each class members’ claim would be less than $10 for each loaf of bread they purchased.

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