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Supplier cries foul on Tegel’s ‘cost saving’ import plan

Accusations that the company’s switch to an Eastern European-sourced packaging product is linked to ‘conflict timber’ exports.

Cost saver: Tegel wants to use Eastern European sticks.

The country’s largest poultry producer and marketer, Tegel Foods, says it will go as far as traceability testing its wood packaging products from Eastern Europe, to ensure they’re not Russian-sourced “conflict timber”.

That’s as the offshore owned company considers a shift away from silver

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Brent Melville Tue, 09 Jul 2024
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