The strikes at Nestlé in Nunspeet are definitively canceled. The members of CNV have nevertheless agreed to the new collective labor agreement offer, the union said. There would be a 24-hour strike in Nunspeet on Thursday, but it was suspended at the last minute. That was because the food company came up with a new bid the day before the campaigns that had to be submitted to the members. That seemed difficult because, according to CNV, it was “a very short day to inform people properly” and the staff were already “in strike mode”. The members’ consultation went ahead, but afterwards, CNV said it would only like to look further next week because there was “no clear result”. After that there was still some contact with the supporters, who indicated that they accepted the offer. CNV demanded a 4 percent pay rise for eight hundred Nestlé employees in the Netherlands. Among other things, Nestlé had put a 3.5 percent pay rise for the basic CLA on the table on Wednesday.