US: Snapple New York deal in doubt
The Cadbury-Schweppes brand Snapple has had its deal with New York City rejected by the Comptroller William C. Thompson. Thompson has refused to approve the city's US$126m deal to sell Snapple drinks in 6,000 public buildings, arguing that the process with which Snapple was chosen over rivals for the contract was "tainted".
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