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  • Because pub groups buy pubs and deliberately run them down as a business if they see they can make more by developing the site or selling to other businesses, and the planners let them. Piranha may be right, but it is not always the case that the supermarkets are cheaper all the time. Take away the loss leaders, which includes soft drinks- (in my local Tesco Pepsi was £1.29 for 2 litres not long ago, and Lidl is selling it at the 80pish price at the moment and in a few weeks it will be back up to the high price again )-and the supermarkets are not always so cheap, especially the tesco Metros. If your local shop belongs to a good wholesaler group you might be surprised that they are routinely selling some goods at a price that Tesco describes as discounted.But Tesco will always win out because they can offer a wider choice more often than a shop buying from a wholesaler-but I think they will local price until the customers have forgotten the comparisons and then put prices up again. By wiping out local shops they are also wiping out the customer base of wholesalers that small shops buy from-now that does represent a challenge to independent trading.

    Daisy Roots

    Thursday, December 20, 2012

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