BOSTON -- A Medfield, Mass., businessman who supplied brokers with gifts used in retailer incentive programs was sentenced here last week for mail fraud. John H. McGarr, 73, pleaded guilty to the one-count charge. He was given two years' probation and fined $10,000. McGarr's sentencing was the latest development concerning an investigation into the New England food brokerage industry. McGarr was given a lighter sentence by U.S. District Judge Edward F. Harrington than sentencing ...

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