Market for organic products: The French Competition Authority recognizes for the first time the existence of a market for organic products, and authorizes the acquisition of 100 stores specializing in the retail distribution of organic products by a company in the food retailing sector, subject to the sale of 8 stores (Bio c’ Bon / Carrefour)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Organic products sector - Waiver of the suspensive effect - Commitments: The French Competition Authority recognizes for the first time the existence of a market for organic products, and authorizes the acquisition of 100 stores specialized in the retail distribution of organic products by a company in the food retailing sector, subject to the sale of 8 stores (Aut. conc., dec. n° 21-DCC-161 of September 10, 2021 relating to the acquisition of exclusive control of certain activities of the Bio c' Bon group by the company Carrefour France) In this case, the Carrefour group ["Carrefour"] had notified, on September 21, 2020, its plan to acquire 100 stores

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Igor Simic, Quentin Colombier, Market for organic products: The French Competition Authority recognizes for the first time the existence of a market for organic products, and authorizes the acquisition of 100 stores specializing in the retail distribution of organic products by a company in the food retailing sector, subject to the sale of 8 stores (Bio c’ Bon / Carrefour), 10 September 2021, Concurrences N° 1-2022, Art. N° 105479, pp. 129-134

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