Possible end to Coca-Cola being sold in Intermarché and Netto?

Possible end to Coca-Cola being sold in Intermarché and Netto? - According to information from LSA, the “Libre Service Actualités” which is a weekly professional magazine devoted to current affairs and the analysis of trends in commerce, mass distribution and consumption in France, the Coca-Cola firm has decided to suspend the sale of its products sold in Intermarché and Netto stores in France.

The new measure would allegedly concern its entire range: Coca-Cola, Fanta, Sprite, Fuzetea, Honest, Tropico, Caprisun and Monster. According to reports the American drinks giant is seeking to put pressure on these outlets following recent decisions by the president of Intermarché to promote “healthier products” at the request of its customers.

 

 

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