OMAHA, Neb. — ConAgra Foods’ role in the Department of Defense’s investigation into possible corruption surrounding deals food suppliers made with the Army’s primary food contractor for the war in Iraq is limited to that of a witness, according to a statement released here yesterday by the manufacturer. The federal probe is focused on whether companies including ConAgra, Sara Lee and Perdue Farms set excessively high prices when they sold food to Public Warehousing Co. and whether the ...

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