Price Chopper Settles 'Farm Fresh' Suit With Vt. f the Price Chopper supermarket chain, reluctantly agreed to settle a lawsuit brought by the state of Vermont over the retailer's description of "farm fresh" produce. The state brought a suit against Price Chopper, saying the company misled consumers by describing its produce in ads as "farm fresh," which the state contended violated consumer protection laws dictating that only goods delivered directly from Vermont farms can use that ...

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