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A. Wallace Tashima, Alex Kozinski, Girardi & Keese, John Burton, Ron Burkle, Ronald Burkle Foundation, Thomas Girardi, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

Food companies alleging egg price fixing (TLR Note: 1 -Similar Issue to Suit by Cash Joseph Bonas 2- Was Burkle/Burton/Remke Behind Unfair Outcome in Proceedings Against Bonas ? )

CHICAGO — The Kellogg Co., General Mills, Inc., Kraft Foods Inc., and Nestle USA, Inc. filed suit Dec. 12 in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois against several egg producers and egg cooperatives claiming alleged conspiracy to control supply and prices of eggs.

According to the lawsuit, the defendants “unlawfully agreed to and did engage in a conspiracy to control supply and artificially maintain and increase the price of eggs” starting in at least 1999 and continuing through at least 2008.

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