AMSTERDAM - Two customers of Ahold's U.S. Foodservice division filed a class-action suit alleging they were overcharged for items, but Ahold here said the suit was without merit, according to reports. The lawsuit was filed by a Connecticut hospital and a family-owned Italian restaurant in Rockford, Ill., who claim that U.S. Foodservice used a fraudulent supply system to overcharge customers by hundreds of millions of dollars between 2000 and 2003, the newspaper said. The claims are not ...

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