Manufacturer-suggested prices lose favor

03/17/2008 | Brandweek

Food products with manufacturer-suggested pre-priced packaging no longer are a good deal for retailers. According to antitrust rules, stores do not have to honor suggested prices, but dropping them can come with a price.

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