Supplier Notice Periods Come Under Scrutiny
Wednesday 11th January 2017
The 12-week notice period commonly used for terminating retail supply agreements looks set to be challenged more in the courts, according to a legal expert.
Dependent on the value of a contract between supplier and retailer, together with the length of time it had been in place and the characteristics of the foodstuff involved, a court might rule that a longer notice period was more appropriate, should a dispute arise, said Mark Jones, food and drink expert at Gordons…
Read the full article in FoodManufacture.co.uk.