A South Korean corporation awarded $5 million by a Korean court for the damages it suffered when the Thrifty brand ice cream it sold at its 340 stores tested positive for listeria may enforce the judgment in New York, a Manhattan judge has ruled.

Supreme Court Justice Richard Lowe’s decision follows a six-year odyssey by Sung Hwan Co. to collect the award from Rite Aid, which purchased Thrifty Payless Inc. in 1997.

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