The Kroger Co. is facing a putative class action in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of Illinois in connection with the grocery company’s eggs labeled as “Positive Farm Fresh,” “Farm Fresh,” and “Grade A,” which, lead plaintiff Larry Long alleges, mislead customers into believing that the eggs come from cage-free hens. The lawsuit comes only weeks after Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel directed correspondence to Kroger urging the grocer “to add clear signage to your stores to help consumers understand which eggs, exactly, came from caged chickens.” Plaintiff is seeking class certification, class-wide injunctive relief, damages, and costs for Kroger’s alleged violations of consumer protection laws in multiple states.