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The plaintiffs alleged the defendant was strictly liable for manufacturing, distributing, and selling a defective and unreasonably dangerous food product; negligent per se for violating federal and state food safety regulations; and negligent for failing to use reasonable care in producing its eggs, among other claims. The parties settled for $250,000. Tucker v. Quality Egg, LLC.
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