FALCONER N.Y. A family restaurant in upstate New York has sued a group of egg producers for allegedly conspiring to jack up prices. The suit, filed in a Philadelphia federal court, is seeking class-action status, which would allow other restaurateurs to participate. The suit seeks unspecified damages and legal fees. It was filed by T.K. Ribbing’s Family Restaurant in Falconer, N.Y., a town south of Buffalo.The suit accuses the egg farmers of choreographing a drop in the U.S. supply of ...

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