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Aussies looking to save on groceries and fuel, says CBA

Australia, according to new research from Commonwealth Bank, is a nation on the hunt for a bargain. Marking the launch of Commonwealth Bank’s app-based feature for eligible customers (CommBank Rewards), the research finds that 94 per cent of Australians surveyed used shopping hacks to reduce spending. Australians surveyed are “most …

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Choice urges Aussies to call out ‘fake’ price tricks

Choice is calling on Australians to resist “fake” supermarket price tricks by telling the Treasury to reform unit pricing. Unit prices are the shop labels that show prices per litre/grams/kilograms, etc. They therefore give a true comparison of cost between different pack sizes. Not-for-profit consumer organisation Choice surveyed Australians on …

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‘Half of Australians’ believe artificial sweeteners are unhealthy

Research commissioned by Nexba has found that 54.6 per cent of surveyed Australians believe artificial sweeteners are bad for their health. From a national representative sample of 1,002 adults aged 18-plus, the survey results “reinforce our mission to increase awareness about the risks of unnecessary sugar and artificial substitutes consumption”, …

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Christmas cheer and caution

Seventy percent of Australian retailers expect Christmas sales in 2017 to exceed those in 2016, according to the 2017 Deloitte Retailers’ Christmas Survey. That’s down from 76 per cent last year and, strikingly, only 42 per cent expect growth over two per cent compared with 54 per cent in 2016. …

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POPAI and GfK to run Shopper & Retail Marketing Industry Survey

POPAI and GfK are calling on shopper- and retail-marketing professionals from all retail-related disciplines to participate in the first Australia/New Zealand Shopper & Retail Marketing Industry Survey in three years. The study, a joint initiative of POPAI in partnership with shopper- and retail-research specialist GfK, will track advances in shopper …

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