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ComCom outlines its study points for Foodstuffs NI-SI merger

Small and medium suppliers fear an even more powerful Foodstuffs.

Dita De Boni Thu, 18 Jan 2024

The Commerce Commission is considering a range of points as it decides whether or not to allow Foodstuffs North Island (FSNI), Foodstuffs South Island (FSSI) and possibly its non-trading entity Foodstuffs NZ Ltd to merge – chief among them, whether or not a merger makes the power imbalance with

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