The row had rumbled on for over two months

The row had rumbled on for over two months

Coca Cola Enterprises' (CCE) full range of drinks is returning to French supermarket chain Casino's stores after a pricing spat which has lasted more than two months.
 
Casino de-listed some of the soft drinks firm's products at the end of April informing customers via notices in its stores that the full range was not being stocked because “we (Casino) have not accepted Coca Cola's price demands.” A Casino spokesperson confirmed to just-drinks this week that all of Coca-Cola's range would now be on sale again, but did comment on the agreement that had been reached to end the dispute.

"Only certain of the company's brands, such as Sprite, Fanta and Minute-Maid, were de-listed but not Coca Cola itself," the spokesperoson added. 

No-one was immediately available for comment at Coca Cola Entreprises' French headquarters in Paris.

Earlier this year, Casino's discount chain Leader Price discontinued the sale of Coca-Cola's products in favour of PepsiCo's portfolio.