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US: Judge extends deadline in ‘potato cartel’ case

Negotiations are apparently ongoing in the federal potato price-fixing case that wholesalers, retailers and consumers filed six years ago. The judge on the case has extended the deadline for a settlement notice to April 10. The case, filed in 2010, claims the potato growers and cooperatives are not protected by the Capper-Volstead Act of 1922, which allows agricultural producers to form cooperatives to stabilize markets and prices. More

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