I previously wrote about unit pricing here http://tradingstandardsblog.co.uk/unit-pricing-comparing-costs-and-value To summarise, unit pricing requires retailers to show how much something costs by some form of unit so that consumers can compare costs across range. Below is a photo taken at Tesco Continue reading Unit pricing – comparing costs and value – part 2
Some businesses have an internet shop (online) and a normal shop (offline). They may wish to charge less for their products on the online shop. Can they do this? The simple answer is yes they can charge different amounts if Continue reading Can a shop charge more in store than on the internet?
What happened? Birmingham Trading Standards prosecuted Tesco for using misleading price practices. Tesco were fined £300,000. Strawberries had been on sale for 1 week for £3.99 then another 1 week for £2.99 and then 14 weeks for £1.99 and labelled Continue reading Birmingham City Council v Tesco (2013)