OTTAWA — Food Professor Sylvain Charlebois tweets about the vastly different consequences for those connected with separate food price-fixing cases — one involving canned tuna in America, the other involving bread in Canada.
United States vs. Canada: A tale of contrasting justice.
On the left, Christopher Lischewski, ex-CEO of Bumble Bee Foods, was sentenced to 40 months in jail, for leading a 3-year price-fixing conspiracy (canned tuna). On the right, Galen Weston in Canada, admitting 14 years of… pic.twitter.com/nfpCZiZ2mH
— The Food Professor (@FoodProfessor) June 23, 2023