UK: King: Sainsbury's "will not choice edit on brands"

By Dean Best | 22 November 2012

Sainsbury's chief executive Justin King has insisted the UK retailer will not delist brands for reasons of sustainability and will only act when consumers stop buying products.

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Sainsbury's chief executive Justin King has insisted the UK retailer will not delist brands for reasons of sustainability and will only act when consumers stop buying products.

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