Food Banks to Benefit from Coupon Case York attorney general, said last week three food banks in upstate New York will receive $397,000 as the final payment from a $4.2 million fund that resulted from the 1997 settlement of a lawsuit the state filed against Wegmans Food Markets, Rochester, N.Y.; Procter & Gamble, Cincinnati; and nine other manufacturers. The suit stemmed from a 14-month "zero-coupon" test that P&G spearheaded in February 1996, which P&G said was designed to ...
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