Former senior executives at chicken producers fixed prices and rigged bids from 2012 to 2017, according to the Justice Department. Collusion accusations have shadowed the $65 billion U.S. chicken
industry since late 2016. Similar price-fixing lawsuits since then have been filed against chicken companies by some of the biggest sellers of food, including supermarket giants Walmart and Kroger.
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