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If you are wondering, the local Fakta, Kvickly or Referendum in recent months has had a remarkably small selection of chips from the well known manufacturer Kims, then there is a good explanation.
shortly after the turn of the year, negotiations between the Coop, who owns the business, and Kim's in the stand.
the Consequence has been a significantly smaller range in the shops, where only a few standard products as 'Original' or 'Sour Cream & Onion, can be found on the shelves. It is also evidenced by Kims forhandlerliste, where you can see that products with Coop only available in strictly limited.
And there is also no discount when you buy Kims chips with Coop. Everything is sold according to Ekstra information to normalpriser.
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According to Coop, is it true that there is a conflict with the Kims.
- This I can confirm.
- Since we could not agree on the conditions for trade, cooperation is throttled down, as you describe, it sounds from Jens Juul Nielsen, who is director of information in the Coop.
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And it is not the first time that the Coop is in dispute with a major supplier.
In 2013 arose a conflict between the Coop and Carlsberg. It came to pass, because the Coop in connection with the opening of two Facts-the shops south of the border discovered that Carlsberg's sales prices to the shops in the German was significantly cheaper than the ones the Danish shops offered.
the Consequence was, that the Coop stopped all price promotions for Carlsberg's products and removed brands such as Tuborg and Carlsberg from the shelves.
And it cost the Carlsberg expensive, because you saw a significant decline in its share of the Danish beer market. Only at the end of 2013 was the conflict solved.
the Extra Leaf is working to get a comment from Kim - who today officially is named 'Orkla Confectionery & Snacks, Denmark' - on the current chips-conflict.