If You Purchased Certain Clover Valley Ground Coffee Product(s) from Dollar General Between January 1, 2015 and April 1, 2021, A Class Action Settlement May Affect Your Rights.
A proposed Settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit (“Lawsuit”) known as Mike Allen, et al. v. Dolgencorp, LLC, et al., Case No. SUCV2020000385, pending in the Superior Court of White County, Georgia.
The lawsuit claims that Dollar General Corporation and Dolgencorp, LLP (“Dollar General”) deceptively and unlawfully labeled, packaged, and marketed Dollar General's Clover Valley ground coffee Products by overstating the amount of coffee each container can actually make. Plaintiffs contend that Dollar General's Clover Valley ground coffee Products do not contain enough ground coffee to make the stated number of cups when following the brewing instructions on the Product label. Dollar General has denied any wrongdoing.
You are included in the class if you purchased any Clover Valley ground coffee products from Dollar General in the United States between January 1, 2015 and April 1, 2021. The products include: Clover Valley Donut Shop Blend Ground Coffee (all sizes), Clover Valley Country Sunrise Dark Roast Ground Coffee (all sizes), Clover Valley Country Sunrise Blend Ground Coffee (all sizes), Clover Valley Classic Roast Ground Coffee (all sizes) and Clover Valley Decaffeinated Ground Coffee (all sizes).
Dollar General has agreed to change its Labeling practices and will provide up to a maximum up to $3,100,000 to pay Valid Claims, an Attorneys’ Fees and Costs Award, and Administrative Expenses. Settlement Class Members can get up to $0.85 per Product purchased up to a maximum of 4 purchased Products per household, for a maximum of $3.40 without Proof of Purchase, and up to $0.85 per Product purchased up to a maximum of 20 for which a valid Proof of Purchase has been provided, up to a maximum of $17.00 per household. See FAQ 6 for more details.
Your legal rights are affected if you do nothing. Read this website carefully.
RIGHTS & OPTIONS IN THIS SETTLEMENT
You must submit
a Claim to get money from this Settlement.
Claim Forms must
be submitted online by July 6, 2021 by 11:59 p.m. ET. or received no
later than July 6, 2021.
(You must first register to receive a Class Member ID email with which to file your claim.)
If you do
nothing (file a Claim or exclude yourself), you remain in the Settlement.
You give up your
rights to sue and you will not get any money.
Get out of the
Settlement. Get no money.Keep your
This is the only
option that allows you to keep your right to sue about the claims in this
lawsuit. You will not get any money from the Settlement.
Your request to exclude
yourself must be received no later than June 29, 2021.
File an Objection
Stay in the
Settlement but tell the Court why you think the Settlement should not be
be submitted to the Clerk of the Court by First-Class Mail, received no later
than June 29, 2021.
Go to a
You can ask to
speak in Court about the fairness of the Settlement, at your own expense. SeeFAQ 18 for more details.
Approval Hearing is scheduled for July 1, 2021.
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