The $8.4 million settlement has been reached with Mead Johnson & Company
to resolve claims related to Enfamil formula products could make.
The class action lawsuit alleged that the Enfamil products were deceptively and unlawfully labeled, packaged, and marketed. While the class action settlement was agreed upon by Enfamil, no acceptance or acknowledgment of any wrongdoing. This settlement has been agreed to out of court.
Consumers are included in the Settlement if you live in the United States and you purchased any of the specified Enfamil Products (for personal use only) from January 1, 2017 through June 23, 2022.
You can find a list of the qualified Enfamil products HERE, or in the image below. The lists include the amounts of baby formula the products were marketed as being able to produce.
No proof of purchase is required for consumers to file a claim.
• Without Proof of Purchase:
You can get up to $3.00 per Unit purchased for up to a maximum of $15.00 per Household;
• With Proof of Purchase:
You can get up to $3.00 per Unit purchased for which a valid Proof of Purchase has been provided, up to a maximum of $45.00 per Household.
File a Claim?
You can submit a claim form with or without proof of purchase either online (see link below) or by downloading the claim HERE and mailing it to:
Settlement Administrator at Wacker v Mead Johnson & Company, LLC
c/o Kroll Settlement Administration
PO BOX 225391
New York, NY 10150-5391
The deadline to make a valid claim is 11:59 p.m. Central Time on October 31, 2022.
Claim Form Website: MJCServingSettlement.com
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