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Consumer groups calls for unit pricing expansion

The federal regulation that forces the big supermarkets to show unit prices on their shelves is due to expire at the end of October after a decade.

The Queensland Consumers’ Association is calling on the Morrison Government to release its plan to renew the regulation, arguing that unit pricing has saved consumers a fortune over the last decade.

Association spokesman Ian Jarratt tells Mark it’s time unit pricing was actually extended to include all supermarkets, big and small, and a range of other retailers as well.

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