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May 6, 2021
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“Price Monitor” available for Romanian consumers starting Thursday, including 128 basic food products

Romanians can access, starting with Thursday, “The Price Monitor,” the platform that gives buyers the possibility to compare prices of basic food products sold by retailers.

In the first phase, the platform will be tested for a year in Bucharest city, and subsequently it will be launched for stores across the country.

“The Price Monitor” contains comparative prices for 128 products out of 64 basic food categories.

On the list of retailers in “the Price Monitor” there are, among others Carrefour, Lidl, Kaufland, Billa, Profi, Mega Image, Cora, Penny Market and Selgros.

 

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