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School lunch overcharges to cost company $18M

Area organizations among those getting payments

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An $18 million settlement has been reached between New York state and a food company that serves 39 school and public lunch programs statewide after an investigation into more than seven years of overcharges, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Wednesday. The settlement with Compass Group USA Inc. requires that it repay almost $3 million to the schools for vendor rebates that by law should have been passed on, Schneiderman said. The state is expected to ...

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