Legal action launched against salmon farmers, millions sought for UK consumers

Farmed salmon

Up to GBP 382 million wanted for British public who overpaid for at least four years because of alleged breaches of competition law by six producers

Alleged collusion and unlawful price-fixing between six of the world’s leading salmon producers have been detailed in a new collective action proceeding filed in the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal, which is demanding compensation for millions of consumers.

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