Coles' arbiter has 'transformed supplier relations'

14 December 2020

Australia’s second largest supermarket chain Coles has appointed a former state premier to act as an independent arbiter to mediate in disputes with suppliers.

Former Victorian premier Jeff Kennett will oversee disputes between Coles and its vendors as the store seeks to comply with the new Food and Grocery Code of Conduct.

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