Thursday September 24, 2020

Dunnes Stores to take on Tesco’s cut-price strategy

Irish-owned supermarket chain Dunnes Stores is expected to be the only retailer to retaliate against Tesco’s announcement last week that it had slashed prices on 5,000 goods.

2nd September, 2006

Irish-owned supermarket chain Dunnes Stores is expected to be the only retailer to retaliate against Tesco’s announcement last week that it had slashed prices on 5,000 goods. Dunnes, which controls 22 per cent of the Irish grocery market, competes against the British retail giant across the country and will now be forced to drop its prices, according to retail sources.

The two other major retailer players - SuperValu and Superquinn - are not expected to...

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