Co-op slashes prices on 600 products

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The Co-op has announced plans to invest £50 million in cutting the price of grocery staples amid “tight” competition on the high street. This would see some of the retailer’s product costs slashed by more than 40 per cent, with more than 600 products now 14 per cent cheaper on average. READ MORE:  Co-op to open 100 new stores, creating 1600 jobs Nisa members green light Co-op’s £143m takeover Co-op to offer jobs to modern slavery victims The grocery and convenience store retailer said the price cuts to fruit, vegetables, bread, fresh meat and ready meals as well as household brand names could help consumers save almost £120 a year

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