Morrisons has written to farmers to insist that its prospective new owners will protect the grocer’s character and relationship with suppliers.
In a letter to the some 3,000 farmers who supply the grocer, Morrisons chief executive David Potts writes that American private equity firm Fortress would be a “suitable and responsible owner”, and that its pledges about the future of the company “carry genuine weight”.
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