From the comparison of the G7 economic portal, we can find out the answer to the big question.
The G7 economic portal can be rotated with great benefit in a comparative article, illustrated with graphs, shows how much difference there is in the prices of the two big discounts, where we can swim to buy cheaper. Pannymarket and Tesco were also included in the comparison.
The G7’s subjective product comparison article series has been running since January last year, with articles comparing the prices of 42 basic foods. It is a subjective consumer basket, so it is not representative, but it tells us, average consumers, a lot about price changes.
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After a year of monitoring, the portal realized that it was Aldi and Lidl there is no substantial difference between its prices, they move roughly together. Purchases of 42 products always came from about HUF 16,000, there were no significant differences during the period.
On March 31, 2021, a coexistence was observed that had never been seen before, 18 out of 42 products were exactly the same for HUF in Aldi, Lidl and Pennymarket, and the price of 7 products was only very different, so more than the basket half of it didn’t matter where one bought it.
In Article G7 By clicking here you can also access graphs from which you can read which foods have a significant difference in each store.
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