NEW YORK -- The New York City Police Department went into the bakery business to get the goods on a group that's been charged with fixing the price of Italian bread in Manhattan and Staten Island. The group, called the Association of Independent Bakers and Distributors, was indicted last month. Charges include imposing trade restraints on distribution of the bread as well as fixing its price. No supermarket bakeries were directly affected by the group's alleged activities or by the sting, ...

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