Supermarket deception

Internet sources 

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Over the past few years, the cost of vegetables, meat, fruit, and other high-nutrition, low-calorie foods has increased by an average of 19.5 percent. Junk food, on the other hand, is getting cheaper—down by 1.8 percent. Researchers recently estimated that, on a junk-food diet, you could eat for $3.52 a day. But a healthy diet would cost a whopping $36.32 a day!  (edited)


An investigation into pricing and offers at Britain's four major supermarket chains found that all were guilty of making erroneous or untrue assertions, some of which breach consumer regulations.


A Cornish farmer has scored a victory over supermarket giant Tesco after taking offence at a large sign claiming its meat was supplied by a local butcher.

Matt Watson Smyth, 40, marched into the chain’s Padstow store complaining the only butcher locally was to be found at Padstow Farm Shop, which his family runs – and it didn’t supply Tesco.


Revealed: The truth about supermarket 'bargains'  here

 How packaging convinces you food tastes better

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