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A federal judge dismissed a suit against Dreyer's.

August 01, 1986

U.S. District Judge Charles Legge dismissed the antitrust suit filed in San Francisco against Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream by two other ice cream companies and an ice cream distributor. The companies, Double Rainbow and Perche No!, and distributor Two Counts, had accused Dreyer's of conspiring with Haagen-Dazs to freeze them out of the ice cream market. Legge dropped the charge against Dreyer's because the Oakland-based company plans to stop distributing Haagen-Dazs ice cream after Oct. 1.

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