Consumer acceptance does not sufficiently differentiate physically identical goods for the purpose of determining the jurisdictional requirement of "like grade and quality" under section 2(a) of the Clayton Act.
Federal Trade Comm'n. v. Borden Co., 86 Sup. Ct. 1092 (1966).
Andrew M. Schifino,
Trade Regulations - Price Discrimination,
Duq. L. Rev.
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