Pepsi is suing four Indian farmers 10 million rupees each for growing the potato used to make Lay’s

AHMEDABAD/NEW DELHI — PepsiCo Inc has sued four Indian farmers for cultivating a potato variety that the snack food and drinks maker claims infringes its patent, the company and the growers said on Friday. Pepsi has sued the farmers for cultivating the FC5 p…

AHMEDABAD/NEW DELHI — PepsiCo Inc has sued four Indian farmers for cultivating a potato variety that the snack food and drinks maker claims infringes its patent, the company and the growers said on Friday.
Pepsi has sued the farmers for cultivating the FC5 p…
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