UK: Britvic, Sainsbury's resolve Pepsi-Cola price dispute

By Michelle Russell | 15 February 2011

A price dispute between Britvic and UK retailer Sainsbury's over the supply of Pepsi-Cola has now been resolved, the soft drinks firm has confirmed.

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A price dispute between Britvic and UK retailer Sainsbury's over the supply of Pepsi-Cola has now been resolved, the soft drinks firm has confirmed.

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