Unilever hikes prices as inflationary pressures bite

Marmite

Unilever has hiked prices and warned of further inflationary pressure next year amid rising costs for energy and raw materials.

The FMCG giant, which owns brands including Marmite, Dove, Lynx and Ben & Jerry’s, has pushed up prices 4.1% during the past three months – the steepest increase since 2012.

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