Coles and Woolworths are in an apparent ‘supermarket war’ in the eyes of the average consumer.
This supermarket duopoly has become undone on more than one occasion, in proof that they are ripping the customer off.
What Coles are doing with their line of product, the fruit juice, is that they are halving the amount of product, the so called fruit juice, and making up the remainder with plain water.
Many companies practice this kind of deceit, especially building firms with paints, and painting contractors.
Coles has applied this kind of deceit, i.e. the thinning down of product to its line of fruit juices.
Again another consumer rip off that the Australia’s consumer watchdog, the ACCC, is not seeing to, literally playing into the hands of the multi-nationals.
Another win for Big Business and a fail to the consumer.
Coles has appeared in the media for many allegations including price collusion, deceptive practices, scamming customers via petrol vouchers, and other trade practices offences.