Retailers rejects AFGC’s anti-competitive regulatory proposals

 In Australia, NewZealand
The Australian National Retailers Association (ANRA), which nrepresents the major supermarket and retail groups in Australia, has ntold an Australian parliamentary inquiry into Australia’s food nprocessing industry that it opposes the idea of a supermarket ombudsman.

nThe Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC) which represents most nof the supplier Brands for food and grocery products in its membership nof Australian-based manufacturers and importers, has been vocal in its nsupport for the introduction of a supermarket ombudsman. The Supermarketn Ombudsman would have the function of investigating and resolving ndisputes between any large retailer and a supplier. Australian Food News – Read More.

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