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The groceries code adjudicator is a regulator designed to enforce fair dealing between the UK’s 10 big supermarkets and their direct suppliers. Extending its remit to cover indirect suppliers, including many farmers, was first suggested by the Competition Commission as far back as 2008. See also: Supermarket treatment of suppliers – the good, bad and ugly Such a move would help to tackle unfair trading practices in food supply chains, safeguard the consumer offering and would be welcomed by farmers and […]
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