GLOUCESTER, Ontario -- Montreal-based Provigo said its Loeb Inc. subsidiary will cease business with 19 of 21 Loeb supermarket franchisees that had brought a $95 million lawsuit against it. franchisees do not have the same time-notice clause that would let Loeb cancel the contract, a Provigo spokeswoman said. The suit, which also involves punitive damages, was filed at the end of June by 21 Ontario-based Loeb franchisees who disputed parts of their franchise agreements. Loeb said it ...

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