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Why Foodstuffs won't charge suppliers for shelf space anymore

Rebecca Stevenson
Thu, 03 Dec 2020

Rebecca Stevenson
Thu, 03 Dec 2020
Why are there different nappies for boys and girls?It’s a surprising little question. Unless you’ve had a child recently in nappies you may not be aware that in New Zealand there is more than one category of nappies, split along the gender divide. Yes, the boys' packs have blue accents and boy babies on them and the girls’ diapers sport pink.New Zealand’s nappy industry is a microcosm of how one of our biggest supermarket players, Foodstuffs North Island, is changing its business in ways which will impact what we see...

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