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The Court of appeal today extended the interim order on Fonterra to refrain from advertising its products as ‘100% perfect’, till September 3.

Senior Counsel Upul Jayasuriya informed the Appeal Court that papers would be filed against New Zealand-based dairy giant for contempt of court because it was continuing its publicity campaign despite court orders not to do so.

Meanwhile on August 16 Gampha District Court had issued an order preventing Fonterra from selling all its products, distributing or selling through agents as well as any form of advertising in a misleading manner. The order effective for 14 days was issued following an action by the Government Nursing Officers Association.  (SRF)


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  Comments - 5

  • Yehiya Monday, 19 August 2013 09:04 AM

    This is well organized mud sling to Fonterra.These are
    multinational companies. Its make big blow to internationally if not prove the case.

    Dinesh Perera Monday, 19 August 2013 09:06 AM

    How much does Fonterra have to pay and to whom to make this all go away?

    ANTON Monday, 19 August 2013 09:18 AM

    YES, ITI IS SAID TO HAVE DETECTED A HARMFUL DCD CONTENT, BUT I HAVE A DOUBT WHETHER THEIR INSTRUMENTS ARE CALIBRATED OR NOT TO READ THE REQUIRED EXPERIMENTAL ACCURACY

    nihal Monday, 19 August 2013 09:23 AM

    haha may be this yeshiay is getting something from fonterra..feel something is fishy in his talk

    MagodisThuma Monday, 19 August 2013 06:30 AM

    Next...Fonterra ad ban lifted !


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