Edeka and Coca-Cola were in dispute for several months. The trigger was the manufacturer’s planned price increases, which the supermarket chain did not want to accept. As the “Lebensmittel Zeitung” reports, both parties have now reached an agreement.

A spokeswoman for Coca-Cola said: “We have reached an agreement with Edeka Zentralhandelsgesellschaft that adequately takes into account the interests of both parties. We have been accepting orders from Edeka again since today, and the first deliveries will then take place at the beginning of next week.”

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After Edeka refused to accept the higher prices, Coca-Cola wanted to stop deliveries in early September. A restraining order prohibiting this was lifted at the end of September. Since then, operators of Edeka and Netto stores have no longer been able to order goods from Coca-Cola.

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