A delivery stop was announced two weeks ago, and now a popular manufacturer is returning to Rewe shelves. Here you can find out what customers can expect again.
The Württemberg Weingärtner Zentralgenossenschaft (WZG) had stopped deliveries to supermarket giant Rewe on April 1. Negotiations on a price increase of around five percent had failed, which is why the wines should disappear from the Rewe range.
However, the “Lebensmittel Zeitung” reports that the WZG supply stop has been lifted. This was apparently also confirmed by company director Uwe Kämper when asked.
The WZG range includes the Württemberger Original varietal ranges and the Sweet & Fruity range throughout Germany. The products have so far reached a sales volume of several million bottles each. In addition, several local wines and lager have been listed regionally.
Rewe: WZG wines will be delivered again
At the request of the LZ, the WZG pointed out that the delivery stop was supported by all full and partial delivery member cooperatives. It was the first delivery stop in the company’s history, which at least briefly ended a supply relationship with Rewe that had existed for decades. The WZG board pointed out that due to its own cost increases, it saw no other option.
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