If you bought milk or any dairy products in California for the last 14 years, you could be owed a refund.
California is one of 15 states involved in a class-action lawsuit against milk producers. The $52 million settlement accuses dairy farmers of price-fixing.
Anyone who bought any milk product at any grocery store or retailer since 2003 in those 15 states is eligible. No proof of purchase is needed.
The estimated refund will be between $45 and $70 per person.
The deadline to file a claim is January 31.
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Milk consumers have until Jan. 31 to file a claim, according to the class action form website, boughtmilk.com. It says anyone with questions may call 877-417-4561.