Justice David Gendall has ordered the destruction of more than 100 boxes of Weetabix held by customs and told a South Island speciality grocery store to cover the labels on the boxes of the British cereal it sells in future.
Weetabix, the iconic British breakfast cereal maker, is the second
British brand acquired by US-based Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst
this month. The £642 million acquisition comes hot on the heels of
the purchase of Unilever's...