- Competition and Markets Authority
- Part of:
- Consumer protection and unfair contract terms guidance
- 16 July 2015
A short guide to unit pricing in supermarkets and how it affects consumers.
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Unit pricing is a labelling system that helps consumers compare the prices of groceries.
This summary explains how it works, and shows how comparing unit prices can help people save money when they go shopping.
Published: 16 July 2015