Retail Sales Drop 24% in March with Confinement during the Coronavirus crisis

Coronavirus: Retail Sales Drop 24% in March with Confinement

Retail sales in France fell 24% in March compared with February, over a period which included the start of confinement and the closing of certain stores during the last two weeks of the month. Retail sales in France fell 24% in March compared with February, the Banque de France reported on Wednesday (April 15th). The period […]

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Aldi is not the only one interested in the acquisition of Leader Price from Casino

Aldi is not the only one Interested in the Acquisition of Leader Price from Casino

SUPERMARKETS: The Casino group is no longer in exclusive negotiations with Aldi for the acquisition of Leader price The 700 Leader Price stores are still for sale. And contrary to what had been announced in January, the Aldi chain is not the only interested in this acquisition, according to information from Business Insider. In September 2019, the German hard discounter entered […]

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Holiday or not, several stores will open this Thursday, August 15, 2019 in Châteaubriant (Loire-Atlantique).

August 15th: Supermarkets, Shops, Swimming Pool … What Remains Open in Châteaubriant

Thursday 15th August 2019 will be a holiday. The majority of stores and public places in Châteaubriant (Loire-Atlantique) will be closed. However, some will remain open to the public. Out of stock idea for Thursday 15th August 2019, a holiday? Do not worry, some shops and public places in Châteaubriant (Loire-Atlantique) will remain open. You can go shopping in the shops or take […]

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Cash back has been applicable in France since 2018. The maximum reimbursement amount is 60 euros.

“Cash Back”: Up to How Many Euros Can You Get in Cash?

Since last year, the “cash back” allows a customer using his bank card in a business, to be paid in cash. This implies certain conditions. The “cash back” you know? This system allows customers to obtain cash when paying in credit card at a merchant. For example, your full shopping costs 20 euros, you pay 50 euros by […]

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Big brands, including Coca-Cola, will increase the price of their products in France

Nutella, Coca-Cola, Ricard … Why the Prices of More Than 500 Products will Increase

The prices of hundreds of consumer products will increase this Friday, February 1 in stores. Why and how will they apply? Here is a news that consumers would be happy at the beginning of the year, when the lack of purchasing power is at the heart of the yellow vests crisis . As of February 1, 2019, the prices of many consumer goods will […]

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According to a survey of the CLCV, only 32% of consumers are satisfied with the taste of strawberries, and 31% with the taste of apricots bought in supermarkets.

Strawberries and Apricots: why the French are Disappointed by the Taste of Fruits Sold in Supermarkets

According to a survey, only 32% of consumers say they are satisfied by the taste of strawberries, and 31% by the taste of apricots sold in supermarkets. Details The taste , that’s a lot! A survey conducted in July 2018 by the National Association for the Defense of Consumers and Users (CLCV) reveals that for many consumers, strawberries and apricots bought […]

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Supermarkets in Strasbourg will have to close on Sunday

Strasbourg: Supermarkets will Close on Sundays

Supermarkets in Strasbourg (Bas-Rhin) with food of more than 120 m² will have to close on Sundays. This follows the decision of the Administrative Court of Nancy. A few days ago, we announced that the Fnac station Metz (Moselle) was closed on Sunday because of a decision of the Administrative Court of Appeal Nancy (Meurthe-et-Moselle) applied Thursday 19th July 2018. From 1,000 […]

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Farmers in Nort-sur-Erdre invaded supermarkets to place stickers on milk and meat products

Nort-sur-Erdre: Farmers in Action in Supermarkets

Thursday, farmers, led by farmers’ union FNSEA, have placed “stickers” on dairy and meat products in two stores, to denounce them “too cheap.” Thirty farmers visited Thursday morning, the two supermarkets in the town of Nort-sur-Erdre (Loire-Atlantique). Mickaël Trichet, general secretary of the FNSEA 44 (National Federation of Farmers ‘Unions), explained that it was an […]

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No labelling of the origin of meat in 50 percent of processed meat products

No Labeling of the Origin in more than 50% of Processed Meats

The consumer association UFC Que Choisir unveiled Monday … The UFC Que Choisir consumer association announced today, Monday that the indication of the origin of meat in processed products, a claim breeders who are not required today, was absent for more than half of the products meat. In total, 54% of processed meat products do […]

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