Unilever are rumoured to have fallen out with super market giants Tesco, over the supermarkets refusal to raise the price of some of their products.
The value of the pound has recently hit a 168 year low after the uncertainty created by Brexit. Unilever are believed to have demanded a minimum 10 per cent price rise which Tesco have refused.
It's not just at Tesco that Ben & Jerry's and Marmite may disappear from our shelves, Unilever could potentially pull out of orders with other retailers if price rises are not agreed.
Chief executive, Paul Polman, said in June that a vote to leave the EU would increase prices for consumers. At present the dispute is affecting products offered at Tesco online rather than on supermarket shelves.
Here is a list of the conglomerate's other retail products which have been removed from the Tesco website:
Bertoli olive oil and margarine
Knor - butter and stir-in sauces
Hellmann's,what will we do without our mayonnaise?
Lipton ice tea
Magnum and Carte D'or ice cream
Walls , Cornetto, Viennetta and Solero's
Lynx shower gel
Dove shampoo and moisturiser
I Can't Believe it's Not Butter
St Ives margarine
Comfort fabric softener