Connecticut's attorney general is using terms like "market concentration" and "monopolistic pricing" to sketch the general direction of a probe into retail milk prices that he and several other states in New England are wrapping up (see news article, Page 49). Like any law enforcement official, he declined to go into specifics regarding the investigation. Inquiries into pricing practices certainly aren't new to the food industry -- just look at the still-hot spotlight that was recently ...

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