top of page

Advertise Here.

Read Full Story Here...
Formby School of Dancing & Perfoming Arts new banner.jpg

Tesco removes Marmite and other Unilever brands in price row

Tesco has stopped selling dozens of its most famous household brands to its online shoppers because of a dispute with its biggest supplier, Unilever.

Included are Marmite, PG Tips tea, Pot Noodles and Surf washing powder.

The row is said to have developed when Unilever – which says it faces higher costs because of the fall in sterling – attempted to increase wholesale prices.

The products are still being sold in stores but Tesco said its shelves were running short of several brands.

It said it was “currently experiencing availability issues on a number of Unilever products”.

“We hope to have this issue resolved soon,” the company added. However, it did not indicate when that might be.

Sterling has dropped by 16% against the euro since the UK’s Brexit vote.

Unilever is the UK’s biggest food and grocery manufacturer with many famous brand names.

It has declined to comment on the dispute with Tesco.

The products currently absent from Tesco’s website also include Comfort fabric conditioner, Hellmann’s mayonnaise and Ben & Jerry’s ice cream.

Report courtesy of the bbc

Square advert.png
GA Bathrooms.jpeg
BLD Studio.png
Large Square Advert.jpg
square with Hot Tub.jpg
Square Advert 1.jpg

Submit Your News to Formby Bubble

Contact us with your Community News, Business or Sports News. 

Phone our Newsdesk on: 01704 86 30 30 






Please submit your news story to, the biggest news outlet for Formby with over 40,000 individual hits on our website every month and over 500,000 page views!

  • Instagram
  • Facebook App Icon
  • Twitter App Icon
Featured Stories
Banner with Hot Tub.jpg
bottom of page