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Sainsbury's and Asda have admitted fixing the price of milk and cheese following an inquiry by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT).
The supermarkets, along with a number of dairy firms, have agreed to pay fines totalling at least £116m.
Cases against Tesco and Morrisons will continue after no deal was struck.
The OFT said that its evidence found that while dairy product prices went up after the collusion, the amount received by farmers did not increase.