RUSSIA: Unilever in ice cream food fight
Unilever are taking a local ice cream producer to court over a product that it claims is remarkably similar to its own product. The British-Dutch giant has taken legal action accusing Moscow firm Metelitsa of trademark infringement of its Viennetta ice cream cake. Metelista markets a similar rectangular cake consisting of thin layers of chocolate between folds of vanilla ice cream. The Metelista product is sold in a similar designed box to Unilever's with an almost identical name:
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