California Probing Slotting Fees have not done much to abate the controversy and debate over the use of slotting fees. In 1990, SN detailed the start of a probe by the California Attorney General's office into slotting fees in the state. The investigation, which never led to any action, was an attempt to evaluate the origins and development of slotting-fee practices and to understand how the process had been handled. The deputy attorney general involved with the investigation told SN at ...

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