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First supermarkets lower coffee prices
Posted by foaraman
on March 2, 2023, 3:37 am
Is your coffee empty? Then now could be the right time for supplies: After the butter prices, the retail chains Aldi, Kaufland and Norma are also reducing the prices for ground coffee and beans - significantly. The discounter Aldi announced that it had reduced the prices of its own brands Morena, Markus Kaffee, Amaroy and Tizio in the more than 4,000 branches "permanently by up to 20 percent". The coffee will be cheaper by up to one euro per 500 gram package. Competitor Norma also lowered prices practically in step. Kaufland announced on its website: "We are permanently reducing the prices for filter and bean coffee". When asked, the supermarket chains Edeka and Rewe and the discounter Penny announced that they would reduce prices to the same extent as their competitors. The announcement is no coincidence: the price of coffee has fallen noticeably on the world market since the fall. Just over a week ago, butter prices began to slide. The price for the cheapest 250 gram pack of branded butter fell from 1.99 to 1.59 euros. https://www.n-tv.de/der_tag/Erste-Supermaerkte-senken-Kaffeepreise-article23907725.html
I don't think that this is gonna lower coffee consumption.