MINNEAPOLIS — A federal judge here has dismissed retailer claims alleging that the 2003 asset swap between C&S Wholesale Grocers and Supervalu violated federal antitrust laws and resulted in inflated prices and fees. The suit, filed in 2009 by retailers D&G Inc. and DeLuca’s Market Corp., also failed to meet standards for a class-action status, Federal Judge Ann D. Montgomery said in papers filed last week. C&S, the Keene, N.H.-based wholesaler, in 2003 agreed ...

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