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Brexit Sparks Tesco Marmite Row as Pound Plummets

Marmite, PG Tips tea and Pot Noodles are among dozens of British household brands being taken off a supermarket’s online site because of a dispute with Unilever—the U.K.'s biggest food and grocery manufacturer. Tesco, one of the U.K.’s largest supermarket chains, is resisting moves by its biggest supplier to increase wholesale prices. Unilever said it plans to increase prices in the U.
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