TORONTO, June 6 (Reuters) – Canada has charged two of the
world’s biggest chocolate makers, Nestle SA and Mars
Inc with colluding to fix the price of their products, the
country’s competition watchdog said on Thursday.
Canada’s Competition Bureau also said that the Canadian arm
of Hershey Co was expected to confess to fixing prices,
but recommended it get lenient treatment because it cooperated
with the investigation.