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Tuesday, June, 25, 2024
Hamilton 10/20
 
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Supermarket Code Of Conduct mandatory 
NINE years after being first released, the Food and Grocery Code of Conduct for Australian retailers, wholesalers and suppliers (the Code) has received a significant update following a review, with the major change making the Code “mandatory for all supermarkets with an annual Australian revenue of greater than $5 billion”.
THE Federal Government said it will adopt all 11 recommendations following a review of the Food and Grocery Code of Conduct, particularly where small suppliers of fresh fruit and vegetables are concerned, and the ultimate impact on customers. Photo: SUPPLIED.

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THE Federal Government said it will adopt all 11 recommendations following a review of the Food and Grocery Code of Conduct, particularly where small suppliers of fresh fruit and vegetables are concerned, and the ultimate impact on customers. Photo: SUPPLIED.
NINE years after being first released, the Food and Grocery Code of Conduct for Australian retailers, wholesalers and suppliers (the Code) has received a significant update following a review, with the major change making the Code “mandatory for all supermarkets with an annual Australian revenue of greater than $5 billion”.
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THE Federal Government said it will adopt all 11 recommendations following a review of the Food and Grocery Code of Conduct, particularly where small suppliers of fresh fruit and vegetables are concerned, and the ultimate impact on customers. Photo: SUPPLIED.
NINE years after being first released, the Food and Grocery Code of Conduct for Australian retailers, wholesalers and suppliers (the Code) has received a significant update following a review, with the major change making the Code “mandatory for all supermarkets with an annual Australian revenue of greater than $5 billion”.
THE Victorian Farmers Federation (VFF) is backing a private members Bill that would remove regulations stopping farmers from growing industrial hemp.
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