BRUSSELS — A pricing dispute that kept Unilever products off the shelves of supermarkets operated by Delhaize here has ended, press reports said Friday. Unilever was expected to resume deliveries to Delhaize stores “very quickly,” a Unilever spokesman was quoted as saying in a Rueters report. Unilever last month said Delhaize during annual negotiations with the supplier had refused to accept a 2.5% price increase and subsequently decided it would not sell about 300 of the 480 items Unilever ...

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