Indian Coffee of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, marketed vacuumpacked coffee under the Breakfast Cheer brand name in the Pittsburgh and Cleveland, Ohio, areas. That same year, Folgers Coffee, a leading coffee seller, began selling coffee in Pittsburgh. To make inroads into the new territory, Folgers sold its coffee at greatly reduced prices. At first, Indian Coffee met Folgers’ prices, but could not continue operating at such a reduced price and was forced out of the market. Indian Coffee brings an antitrust action. Explain whether Folgers has violated the Sherman Antitrust Law.