Co-op moves to longer contracts for cut flower suppliers

The Co-op has pledged to move "away from annual tender cycles towards the establishment of long-term, three year agreements" with its horticultural suppliers.

by Matthew Appleby
Debbie Mayhew (JZ Flowers), Kathryn Camps (Co-Op), Matthew Naylor (Naylor Flowers) and Isobel Anstey (Co-op.)
Debbie Mayhew (JZ Flowers), Kathryn Camps (Co-Op), Matthew Naylor (Naylor Flowers) and Isobel Anstey (Co-op.)

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