Federal prosecutors charged seven people in connection with an $800-million accounting scandal at U.S. Foodservice, the second largest U.S. distributor of food and food products to restaurants and cafeterias.

The criminal charges were brought against workers, some of them independent food brokers, who worked for company suppliers and allegedly helped hide the fraud in order to maintain lucrative business relationships.

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