Alaska seeks $1 billion dollars from poultry price-fixing scandal

“The Last Frontier” wants more than a billion dollars from the defendants in the poultry price-fixing scandal.

Alaska’s Department of Law wants up to $50 million dollars from each of the 21 defendants accused of conspiring to fix broiler chicken prices.

Already this year, Tyson Foods and Pilgrim’s Pride have pleaded guilty in federal court and reached settlement agreements.


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