On August 12, 2016, the Seventh Circuit rejected claims by Woodman’s Food Market Inc. that Clorox’s refusal to sell bulk-size products to Woodman’s was price discrimination. In reversing the trial court, the Seventh Circuit ruled that Clorox’s decision to sell certain retailers larger-size packages of its products does not have an anticompetitive effect and therefore does not violate the Robinson-Patman Act’s ban on manufacturers giving promotional services to only certain retailers. Notably, the Seventh Circuit distinguished “discount warehouses such as Costco and Sam’s Club” from “[o]rdinary grocery stores,” and included Woodman’s in the latter category despite Woodman’s arguments that its stores bear a closer resemblance to (and compete directly with) warehouse stores.