By Luke Tugby2019-08-28T10:47:00
Supermarkets have been slammed for continuing to offer “dodgy” special offers and discounts, despite the introduction of government rules designed to stamp out such deals.
Consumer group Which? found a host of “dubious” deals were still being offered by some of the UK’s biggest grocery retailers.
The offers included multi-buys that cost more and special offers where products were sold at the special price for most of the year, rather than a limited time.
Which? analysed the prices of 459 products between May 2018 and June 2019 across seven different grocery retailers: Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Morrisons, Waitrose, Iceland and Ocado.
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