Which? response to the CMA’s fuel review

Sue Davies, Which? Head of Food Policy, said:

“It’s disappointing that supermarkets have charged people more than they should have done for petrol – an essential for many people – at a time when food and energy costs have risen to stubbornly high levels but it is good to see the CMA and the government respond so quickly to the regulator’s findings. We hope to see the same amount of urgency if issues are found in the grocery sector.

“Supermarkets need to make sure they act fairly on both fuel and food prices. On food, they need to help their customers by committing to stocking essential budget ranges in all their stores, particularly in areas where people are most in need, as well as make pricing much clearer so shoppers can compare prices and find the best value products.”

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