A comparative pricing study of the largest grocery retailers in New Zealand has found that PAK’nSAVE stores consistently have the lowest prices. The study, carried out by grocery comparison website FoodMe, compared the online prices of a representative mix of products including flour, eggs, salmon, bacon, cereals, honey, water, coffee and a vegetarian dish.
Five PAK’nSAVE stores had the lowest prices with only minor pricing differences nationwide.
On the other hand, FoodMe’s study found that these five New World stores were the most expensive:
Henrik Johansson, the CEO of FoodMe, says the study reinforces the importance of comparing grocery prices across all retailers before you buy:
“Your favourite supermarket might not be doing you any favours at all. It could actually be costing you thousands of dollars every year. FoodMe’s mission is to make it easy for shoppers to monitor prices at a range of retailers and see where the biggest savings are.”
FoodMe’s grocery comparison website can be found at: foodme.co.nz. For more information on FoodMe’s comparative pricing study, or about their grocery comparison website in general, enquiries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.