Mondelez wants to dialogue with the government. The company wrote this in a press release Sunday evening. This desire comes after Coop requested a meeting with the government, to obtain clarifications and advice for the business sector, after Freya’s many interruptions in recent days.
Freya is owned by Mondelez, which is still operating in Russia. Now a number of gamers have decided not to sell Freia products, and this applies, among other things, to Norwegian, Strawberry and DNT.
“Norwegian company Mondelez welcomes such dialogue in this complex situation and is now sending a letter to the relevant ministries outlining our positions, proposing a meeting and providing any additional information they may wish,” the company wrote in a press release on Sunday evening.
In a press release, the company wrote that “Freya is a Norwegian brand, produced in Rodeløkka in Oslo, on the basis of Norwegian milk. The production does not take place in Russia, nor do we sell in Norway products that were produced in Russia.”
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