Supermarkets hit out at claims fuel prices are ‘taking advantage of customers’


Supermarket retailers have hit back at claims that their fuel prices are “taking advantage of customers” during the cost-of-living crisis. 

Speaking on behalf of TescoSainsbury’sAsda and Morrisons, the British Retail Consortium (BRC) pointed out that fuel prices at supermarkets were cheaper than the national average and insisted retailers “will do everything they can” to keep prices as low as they could at the pumps.

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