According to CBC News, the strike, which began July 10, has sent Northumberland’s management scrambling to provide alternative flavours as supply dwindles. The shortfall has forced some of its client shops to scope out new suppliers.
Caroline Richard, owner of Cremiere Caro in Moncton, N.B. told the CBC that she understands the difficulty of the situation but admits that if things do not improve she’ll have to call the competitor. “A lot of customers have turned around, because I didn’st have the flavour they wanted,” she explains.
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