Aussie supermarket dumps Mainland, Fonterra still smiling

Mon, 15 Oct 2012

By Hannah Lynch Oct 16 (BusinessDesk) - One of Australia's biggest supermarket chains has dropped New Zealand's Mainland cheese brand much to the chagrin of its loyal customers, but Mainland's owner Fonterra Cooperative Group is still smiling after its Aussie-made Bega brand remains a Coles Supermarkets favourite. Two months after withdrawing Mainland from its cheese lineup in August, Coles has been forced to explain the move following customer complaints, which continue on the company's website. Coles said the decision was part of commitm...

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