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Cookie Time Interim Injunction Update

Update Statement From Cookie Time RE Interim Injunction Against Griffins

From Guy Pope-Mayell Director Cookie Time Ltd

Guy Pope-Mayell the director of South Island Cookie Time Ltd, whose company this week went to the Auckland District Court seeking an Interim Injunction against Griffins Foods with respect to the Fair Trading Act said,

“We are pleased the Courts have not delayed in setting a hearing date for next Thursday 23 November to consider our concerns. “It will then be a matter for the Courts to determine whether there is justification to our claim, that Griffins new Christmas biscuit product is too similar to the Cookie Time Christmas Cookie.”

For further information: Guy Mayell 03-351-7736 or e-mail... guy@cookietime.co.nz or

David Lynch Momentus Public Relations Ltd Po Box 36321 Christchurch New Zealand Ph 64-3-355-4422 Fax 64-3-355-3336 Mobile 025- 226-9409 email david@momentus.co.nz



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