ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Coupons worth $2 in free groceries will be distributed in 25 newspapers in western New York state next Sunday as the second round of a settlement between the state attorney general, Wegmans Food Markets here and 10 manufacturers. The state had sued Wegmans and the manufacturers for conspiring to remove cents-off coupons from a 16-county area of Upstate New York that encompassed Buffalo, Syracuse and Rochester. Under a settlement agreement last fall, the parties agreed, ...

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