From Monday, November 13, checks by the Interagency Market Control Unit (DIMEA) will begin at supermarket stores, according to information from the Ministry of Development, in order to establish whether they have placed the “permanent price reduction” tags, as they should.
Meanwhile, another six multinational companies are being audited, while 10-14 Greek companies are also being audited, based on the Unfair Profit Law.
At 629 the products with “permanent price reduction”
It is recalled that the products that have been declared to the Ministry of Development, as part of the “permanent price reduction” initiative, reached a total of 629, until last night, Monday, November 6. These are mainly food, detergents, cleaning products, personal care products etc. In particular, fresh milk, all bleaches, jams, sugar, cereals, yogurt, cold meats, rice.
Finally, the Ministry of Development is preparing an addition to the “e-katanalotis” application so that the citizen can send a complaint on the spot from his mobile phone – with a photo or text – to the ministry, which will proceed with the relevant investigation.