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That this House notes that large supermarkets sell bread at a price which is below cost in order to attract customers; believes that this practice passes on the risks and costs to suppliers and is detrimental to the working conditions of those working in the baking industry; is concerned that the shifting of cost to suppliers means that wages are driven down; further believes that this has a negative impact on the consumer as small retailers are driven out of business; supports the introduction of a Groceries Code Adjudicator Bill; and further believes that the Adjudicator should have the power to launch investigations based on credible evidence from third parties such as the union representing workers in the baking industry, the Bakers, Food and Allied Workers Union.
Total number of signatures: 37
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