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Loblaws resolves snack price dispute, Frito-Lay returning to store shelves

CTV News: 'Products will begin shipping on Monday and the company expects to be fully stocked before the upcoming Easter weekend. The company says it does not comment on specific vendor negotiations or details.

'The dispute most notably affected chip products from Frito-Lay Canada, a subsidiary of PepsiCo Inc. and the maker of brands such as Cheetos, Doritos, Lays, Ruffles and Sunchips. Loblaw includes the chains Zehrs, Atlantic Superstore and Provigo, as well as discount stores No Frills and Maxi. Frito-Lay Canada had previously tried to recoup higher production costs, but with no agreement reached, snack food aisles at many Loblaw stores appeared emptier as a result, which came amid ongoing supply chain issues and inflationary pressures.'

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