How to complain about grocery unit pricing




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Australian Consumer & Competition Commission (ACCC)


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The Unit Pricing Code of Conduct administered by the ACCC requires large bricks and mortar,

and all on line, grocery retailers selling “a minimum range of food based grocery items” to provide the unit price (price per unit of measure) of pre-packaged products legibly, prominently, and close to the selling price and to use specified units of measure.


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