CMA calls on grocers to prioritise accurate pricing

The majority of issues were found at independent food stores and symbol convenience stores

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has called on grocers to prioritise accurate pricing following a review of the way in-store prices are displayed.The review, which looked at the price marking practices of 139 grocery stores, assessed whether prices were “clear, accurate and matched the price people were charged at the till”, and the assessment included supermarket chains, symbol convenience stores, variety stores and independent food stores.

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