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Peters accused of freezing out rivals by demanding only their ice creams sold at service stations

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Ice cream giants Peters is accused of preventing competition by demanding their treats are the only ones sold at service stations and convenience stores

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission launched proceedings against Australasian Food Group Pty Ltd, trading as Peters Ice Cream, on Friday.

The ACCC allege between November 2014 and December 2019 there was a deal with PFD Food Services Pty Ltd to distribute ice creams such as Drumsticks and Maxibons to petrol and convenience retailers nationally.

This deal allegedly stipulated hat PFD could not stock any competing products in certain Australian locations, and the company was the only stockist to convenience stores and petrol stations.

Beloved ice cream brand Peters is accused of preventing competition by demanding their treats are the only ones sold at service stations and convenience stores (pictured, women…

Peters accused of freezing out rivals by demanding only their ice creams sold at service stations

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