Canada Continues Distributions From Vitamin Price-Fixing Settlement
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
An additional CAD $26 million ($22.6 million) is being distributed across Canada from a settlement reached in a class-action suit stemming from the country's investigation of price fixing by vitamin manufacturers
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