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Suppliers dread as Foodstuffs merger application lodged

Foodstuffs argues the quantum of groceries won't change if North and South Is co-ops merge – but suppliers argue their fate will lie in even fewer hands.

Foodstuffs owns Pak'n Save and other chains.

Dita De Boni Thu, 21 Dec 2023

Foodstuffs North Island (FSNI) and Foodstuffs South Island (FSSI) say not just overheads but the cost of products will decrease for them if they are allowed to merge, leading to lower costs for consumers – but suppliers believe they will be the ones wearing the cost of any change.

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