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The authoritative Australian consumer guidance agency "Choice" advocates consumers to "abandon" the two big supermarkets, Coles and Woolworths, and switch to Aldi supermarkets opened by Germans, because this can save half of the money!

The "Choice" survey found that consumers will spend $174.97 (Coles) and $176.77 (Woolworths) to buy a cart of items at the two major supermarkets when they do their weekly routine shopping. However, the corresponding items in the same car only cost $87.68 in Aldi.

"The two major supermarkets, Coles and Woolworths, used bombing advertising to try to persuade us to shop there, but their so-called big promotions are flashy. Because our latest survey shows that the price cuts of these two supermarkets are really not good. "Choice" spokesperson Tom Godfrey said.






Godfrey pointed out that from the above shopping price experience survey, it can be seen that the price difference between the two supermarkets is actually very small-only $1.8-"This seems to reflect that the two supermarket giants are interacting with each other. Close price monitoring in between".

News compiled from "News Limited"


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