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Companies reducing the size of food packets

Companies reducing the size of food packets

Don’t you hate it when food companies reduce the size of a packet/bottle/container, start charging you more for it and then eventually put it on offer at the same price as before.

The ones we’ve noticed Copella, Innocent drinks, Birds Eye, every crisps & chocolate company known to man, Dettol (obv not to eat) & Dairylea.

A survey of 1,257 Which? http://10ws.co/1nfbv1H members found that well over half – 58% – said they would rather prices rose than packs got smaller, 37% would rather the pack shrank, but only if they were told. How about you?

 

Would you rather prices rose and packs stayed the same size or prices stayed the same but pack size drops

 

 

Should companies be forced to tell people of new 'smaller sizes'

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1 year 8 months ago

Check per weight price always. Especially when offers in bigger packs. Often better value to by two smaller packs! Packs of chocs also same, once it was cheapest per weight price in fun size and just eat some instead of buy a box of Maltoozeers!

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