‘Eat that!’ yells a vilified Netto

New vast Tescos at Trafford, Manchester

Depressing, moi?

Which? Magazine (my Dad subscribes) has a feature this month called Best and Worst Supermarkets.

Forget what supermarkets do to undermine communities, this survey was purely about what they are like to shop in.

The survey placed the mighty Tesco at the very bottom of the list. ‘Eat that!’ yells a vilified Netto.

The survey looked at pricing, the freshness of fresh produce and the great British afterthought, customer service.

Participants found shopping in Tesco ‘unpleasant’ and that stores tended to have ‘surly staff’.

Quote: Tesco is also considered the supermarket which cares the least about its customers and is least trustworthy.

‘It’s too keen on profits and not keen enough on service,’ one member told Which?.

Only 27% of members felt that Tesco is helping to ease the strain on their food budget. No other store in the Which? survey was as poorly-rated in this respect.

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One response to “‘Eat that!’ yells a vilified Netto

  1. If only the researcher put as much enthusiasm into their research as they did they puns. Altrincham has a high shop vacancy rate due to the building of the hospital smack bang in the middle of the town centre. Many shops closed and stood empty as they were all part of the major demolishment needed to house the hospitals footprint, standing empty for months until all the relevant paperwork went through. Not to mention the revamp Altair and new train/bus terminal.

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