Chicago-Area Firms Are Indicted In Milk Bid-Rigging Investigation

September 1990
Education Week;9/19/1990, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p2
The article reports on the indictment of three Chicago-area companies and their executives who were charged with rigging school-milk bids in Illinois. The company and other unnamed individuals conspired to allocate among themselves the contracts to supply milk to public schools, according to the federal indictment. The names of the distributors mentioned in the indictment are listed.


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