In the Spotlight - Cott Corporation

By Michelle Russell | 30 January 2009

Cott Corporation, the world's largest private label soft drink maker, said this week that its exclusive supply agreement with US supermarket chain Wal-Mart Stores had been terminated "without cause".

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Cott Corporation, the world's largest private label soft drink maker, said this week that its exclusive supply agreement with US supermarket chain Wal-Mart Stores had been terminated "without cause".

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