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Sanitarium claims no Commerce Act breach in Weet-Bix issue

The supplier backtracked on its decision to cut The Warehouse from its distribution chain and said it had reinstated supply agreements. 

The Commerce Commission continues to probe an inquiry filed by The Warehouse.

Kate McVicar Tue, 03 Oct 2023

Sanitarium believes its decision to cut the supply of Weet-Bix to The Warehouse was not a breach of the Commerce Act. 

In a statement issued this morning, Sanitarium New Zealand general manager Michael Barton confirmed the company received a letter of inquiry from the Commerce Commission on Friday,

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Kate McVicar Tue, 03 Oct 2023
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Sanitarium claims no Commerce Act breach in Weet-Bix issue
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