Consumer Council released specific price survey on canned foods
Consumer Council released its latest specific price survey on canned foods. Survey result showed that retail prices of the 11 surveyed brands were similar to those recorded in March. Consumers may check the relevant data on the ‘Specific Product Price Information Platform’ on the Council’s website.
Source : Consumer Council
Consumer Council conducted its latest specific price survey on canned foods on 8th May, surveying 11 brands of canned foods from 21 retail outlets. In comparison with last time’s data, prices of canned foods remained stable. 4 out of the 11 surveyed brands recorded no change in price, others recorded minimal to about 10% of price increase or decrease.
The specific price survey on canned foods also revealed that selling prices of the same brand of canned food sold in different outlets varied. In the current survey, the price discrepancy rate of ‘Narcissus Brand Spiced Pork Cubes (142g)’ had srinked by over 10% comparing to last time’s data; the mentioned product recorded a price difference of around 10% in this survey, ranging from MOP13.00 to MOP14.50. Both ‘Porthos Sardines in Olive Oil (125g)’ and ‘Swanson Clear Chicken Broth (250ml)’, though recorded no change in their selling prices in retail stores, revealed obvious price discrepancies of about 50%.
Consumers may access the relevant resources on the ‘Specific Product Price Information Platform’ on the Council’s website and make price comparisons.
For enquiry, please call 89889315.
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