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Bakeries: Groceries Code Adjudicator survey

Tell the GCA about your experience of supplying a supermarket.

Supermarket display. Might or might not be Real Bread.. Credit: Public domain

Supermarket display. Might or might not be Real Bread.. Credit: Public domain

While the majority of Real Bread bakeries in the Campaign’s network don't, can't (and probably wouldn’t want to) supply multiple retailers, some do.

If your bakery (or other food business) sells to a UK supermarket, the Groceries Code Adjudicator is seeking your feedback on any Groceries Supply Code of Practice issues you are facing and whether or not Designated Retailers* are treating you fairly and lawfully.

Announcing this, Groceries Code Adjudicator, Mark White, wrote: “I urge suppliers to continue their support for the annual survey. The previous eight surveys have been powerful in securing continued improved Code compliance from retailers, and this ninth survey will be the same.”

The anonymous annual survey is being run by YouGov until Sunday 27 February 2022

*Designated Retailers are companies with an annual turnover of £1 billion or more that sell groceries and include all of the UKs largest supermarket chains.

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Published 18 Jan 2022

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