Since March, consumers have only heard about him. A real communication tool for the government and distributors, the anti-inflation quarter - which was supposed to end on June 15 - is extended until the end of the year. In tricolor colors, it is supposed to highlight the cheapest products of a store to allow customers to lighten their wallet.
If the executive initially wanted a common basket, each distributor determines its offer: 500 anti-inflation products for Intermarché, 500 references at less than one euro at Casino, 300 "monopetitsprix" for Monoprix, 150 products at cost price at Système U or 100 everyday references and 100 "healthy" products at better prices for Carrefour. How are the products from these baskets selected and are they really healthy for your health? Le Figaro takes stock.
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