Harrisburg, PA—Regional distributor Feesers, Inc., has filed suit against global contract foodservice management firm Sodexho and food manufacturer Michael Foods, Inc., alleging discriminatory pricing under the 1936 Robinson-Patman Act. The Depression-Era legislation was designed to keep large grocers from negotiating cut-rate prices with suppliers that would ruin smaller competitors. Feesers alleges in the suit that Sodexho demands favorable pricing from companies like Michael Foods as a ...
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