Threat of summer boycott on Paddle Pop, Golden Gaytime and Magnum

By Anna Patty
Updated October 2 2017 - 8:50am, first published 7:30am
Unilever, the multinational company that owns Streets, wants to terminate an expired enterprise agreement covering factory workers in Sydney's Minto. Photo: Supplied
Unilever, the multinational company that owns Streets, wants to terminate an expired enterprise agreement covering factory workers in Sydney's Minto. Photo: Supplied

The union representing Streets ice-cream factory workers will urge the public to boycott its products including Paddle Pop, Golden Gaytime and Magnum over the summer if the company terminates their agreement on pay and conditions.

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