Inflation and cost price increases strain relationships between supermarkets and suppliers

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Inflation, delisting and other CPI difficulties have weakened the relationships between the UK’s supermarkets and their suppliers, says the GCA.
// Inflation and CPI issues have weakened the relationships between supermarkets and suppliers
// Supermarkets will be facing a series of arbitration hearings with the Groceries Code Adjudicator

Inflation and the difficulties surrounding cost price increases have weakened the relationships between the UK’s supermarkets and their suppliers, according to the findings of the latest survey from the Groceries Code Adjudicator (GCA).

Supermarkets will also be facing a series of arbitration hearings with the GCA, after adjudicator Mark White revealed the number of requests for cost price increases (CPI) had resulted in a series of short notice de-listings.

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