The Australian Competition and Consumer Authority issues a statement of issues outlining its concerns in relation to the proposed acquisition by a global food manufacturer of local infant food producer (Heinz / Rafferty’s Garden)

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Like taking food from a baby* On 7 February 2013, the ACCC issued a statement of issues outlining its concerns in relation to the proposed acquisition by Heinz of local infant food producer Rafferty’s Garden, which would see the merger of the top two suppliers, resulting in a market share of around 78% of wet baby food and 70% of dry baby food. In its investigation, the ACCC reached the preliminary view that the proposed

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Peta Stevenson, The Australian Competition and Consumer Authority issues a statement of issues outlining its concerns in relation to the proposed acquisition by a global food manufacturer of local infant food producer (Heinz / Rafferty’s Garden), 7 février 2013, e-Competitions February 2013, Art. N° 68209

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