Now, I would love to say that I only go to the Farmer's Market and buy local, seasonal produce every time I shop.  But.  I don't. And you probably don't either. I mean sure, you do sometimes!  But not every time, right?  Right.  Sometimes you go to the grocery store.  And the biggest store in Sedville is the People's Republic of Walton.

Wal-Mart isn't exactly a world-renowned farmer's market, but if it's YOUR go-to place for fresh fruits and vegetables, they owe you money.  WM recently agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit alleging they'd charged customers more than they should have for weighted goods including packed poultry, pork, and seafood . . . and bagged citrus items.

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They're shelling out $45 MILLION to people who made fresh purchases from October of 2018 to this past January, which covers five years, and I'm sure we've pretty much all been to the lovely land of WM in that time.  To get your piece of that, you can file a claim online.


Unfortunately, each person's share will be small.  If you bought 50 or fewer qualifying items, you can get $10.  If you bought 51 to 75, you can get $15 . . . 76 to 100 gets you $20 . . . and 101 or more entitles you to $25.

You can get more if you actually kept your receipts.  In that case, they'll give you 2% back on the cost of the weighted goods.  But you'd have to be a BIG shopper. Even if you have receipts for $5,000 in fresh fruits and vegetables over the past five years, that would still only be $100.  The MOST you can get is $500.


The deadline to submit a claim is June 5th.  So... good luck?

Luckily yours,



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