RESTON, Va. -- The National Food Brokers Association here expects to disseminate a proposed "code of conduct" to its members this week in the wake of an ongoing federal investigation of trade practices in New England. The probe by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. attorney's office in Boston has resulted in the sentencing of two employees from one brokerage, Roberts & Associates, and the terminations of at least four employees from Stop & Shop Cos., Boston. The ...

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