An Italian judge has found 11 people guilty for their role in the collapse of the Italian dairy giant Parmalat.

The 11 people, which include former Parmalat chief financial officers Fausto Tonna and Alberto Ferraris, an internal auditor and the brother and son of Parmalat’s founder Calisto Tanzi, were given jail terms of up to two-and-a-half years.

The sentences related to charges of deceiving the market and obstructing regulators.

However, none of the men are expected to serve the terms under plea bargaining arrangements.