Australia to exempt small stores from unit price scheme
In Australia, smaller stores will be exempt from a mandatory pricing scheme where major supermarkets will display the price of products per litre, kilogramme or other unit of measurement. Local press reports have said the mandatory scheme, to be announced by the federal government within weeks, follows the voluntary introduction of unit pricing in supermarkets such as Woolworths and discount store Aldi. Sources have said that small businesses will be quarantined from the scheme, with a cut-off for supermarkets of a certain size, probably about 1,000 square metres.
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