MIAMI -- Thirty-six people have been named in a 169-count indictment here in a case involving Premium Sales Corp., Aventura, Fla., a grocery and nonfood diverter accused of defrauding investors out of hundreds of millions of dollars. Besides Premium's officers, the indictments name several former employees at a variety of retail chains, wholesale distributors and manufacturing companies. The indictments -- handed up by a federal grand jury in Miami after three years of investigation by the ...

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