Cal Suprema Cheese alleges it is owed more than $14,000 for storing, shredding cheese

By Noddy A. Fernandez | Nov 8, 2018

STOCKTON – A Riverbank corporation is alleged to have failed to pay a San Joaquin County for storing and shredding cheese.

Cal Suprema Cheese Co. Inc., doing business as California Specialty Cheese, filed a complaint on Oct. 29 in the San Joaquin Superior Court against Pacific Gold Milk Products Inc. and Does 1 to 10 alleging breach of contract.

According to the complaint, on July 5, 2016, California Specialty Cheese entered into an agreement whereby plaintiff agreed to store defendant's cheese at their warehouse and to shred the cheese.

The plaintiff claims it performed all acts required as agreed but despite demands, defendant allegedly is still liable to pay the amount of $14,784.13. 

The plaintiff holds Pacific Gold Milk Products Inc. and Does 1 to 10 responsible because the defendant allegedly failed to pay any of the outstanding charges incurred from and after May 27.

The plaintiff seeks judgment for payment of the principal amount and for such other relief as is fair, just and equitable. It is represented by David L. Prince and Evan A. Clark in Los Angeles.

San Joaquin Superior Court case number STK-CV-LBC-2018-0013626

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