Class action lawsuit filed against Maple Leaf Foods Inc.

    TORONTO, Aug. 27 /CNW/ - Falconer Charney LLP, and Sutts Strosberg LLP
filed a national class action on behalf of Cezanne Bilodeau, who is claiming
$100 million in compensation for all consumers who purchased or who consumed
food products on the Maple Leaf Foods recall list.
    Consumers may be entitled to compensation for experiencing physical
injuries; experiencing emotional injury, including fear that one or more
family members who consumed a product on the recall list might ultimately
develop listeriosis; medical expenses, loss of employment or business income;
and a refund for the cost of purchasing the product.
    Consumers who have ingested the product should seek medical attention and
have a blood test to determine whether they have contracted listeriosis.
Consumers should not throw out or return any contaminated products. Consumers
should keep all contaminated products as evidence and store them in a freezer.
Consumers should retain all receipts and keep a record of when and where they
purchased the products.
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For further information:

For further information: Ted Charney, Falconer Charney LLP, (416)
964-3408, ext. 225, or Sharon Strosberg, Sutts
Strosberg LLP, (519) 561-6244,

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