Dos Filename %%sn13a41a.arc%% The first installment of this two-part report appeared in the Feb. 10 issue of SN. It was only a month ago when a circuit court judge in Cook County, Ill., ruled that consumers suing Jewel Food Stores and Dominick's Finer Foods failed to prove that Chicago's largest supermarket operators were conspiring to set milk prices artificially high. In the process, the public gained a glimpse into the way prices are set, how promotions influence sales, and how chains ...

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