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Aldi fined HUF 48 mln in Hungary

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National Food Chain Safety Office (NÉBIH) fined retail chain Aldi in Hungary HUF 48 mln for suspected “unfair treatment” of its suppliers, Hungarian online daily index.hu reported citing the announcement of Hungary’s Ministry of Agriculture.

NÉBIH investigated 20% of Aldi’s suppliers and in 70% of the cases, Aldi failed to pay for goods within 30 days of delivery, thereby violating Hungarian laws, according to the announcement.

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