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Foodstuffs prises open its wholesale grocery channel

Supermarket owner in talks with Govt, in hope of pre-empting significant change to operations.

Non-supermarkets may be able to bypass Foodstuffs to buy dry grocery in future.

Dita De Boni Wed, 22 Jun 2022

Foodstuffs New Zealand, owner of the Pak’n Save, New World and Four Square grocery brands, has taken a first step towards prising open its wholesale grocery trade, although one analyst questions whether the plan put forward is a stalling tactic to avoid taking substantial action. 

Foodstuffs said

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