Solgar Polska Accused Of Price Fixing Dietary Supplements in Poland
Evidence uncovered at the headquarters of Solgar Polska indicates the firm has since 2010 been instructing retailers to fix prices for its wide range of supplements, according to the national competition regulator. The company is now facing a full investigation and potentially a substantial fine.
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