The Division of Trade and Consumer Protection is responsible for enforcing a variety of business trade practice laws in order to help ensure fair competition and an orderly marketplace.
What We Do
Protect agricultural producers against catastrophic defaults by grain dealers, grain warehouse keepers, milk contractors and vegetable contractors
Administer the state's Unfair Sales Act (prohibition against selling below cost)
Promote fair business practices by administering price discrimination laws in the dairy and soda water industries
Regulate warehouses that store goods for consumers and other businesses
Provide inspection and weighing services for grain, fruits, and vegetables (including Good Agricultural Practices and Good Handling Practices – GAP/GHP)
For more information, contact the Bureau of Business Trade Practices at (608) 224-4998 or e-mail at Kevin.Leroy@wisconsin.gov. We are located on the third floor of the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection office building at 2811 Agriculture Drive on Madison’s southeast side.