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Supermarket's Own Brand Value Ranges Disappearing?
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She said that if you go into the store, look at the shelf ticket. If it has an asterisk next to it, that will be withdrawn, so if it's a favourite, stock up before it's stopped.
Just informing everyone.
Hope it helps.
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So basically you will pay more for the same product.
The whole point of getting rid of the EV is to make you buy their next brand up (which some are usually the same as the EV.) , so they can make a better profit margin.
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"Black suggests Tesco could merge its cheapest Everyday Value range with its main Tesco-branded line. Making things simpler would enable Tesco to cut the price of its main line further while really challenging the discounters on quality."
There were lots of end-of-line,50% off offers on shelves in many departments, but no items left to buy.