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Consumer trust in grocery stores falls since bread price fixing story
Metro News- A study out of Dalhousie University has discovered that consumer trust in their grocery stores has fallen since allegations emerged that many of the chains worked together to keep bread prices high.
Researchers from the Faculty of Management surveyed 1,641 Canadians across the country for their views on major retail grocery chains, asking people to rate them on a five-point scale on various factors related to their trustworthiness.
Overall, the researchers found that trustworthiness for the sector as a whole declined by 6.31 per cent over the past five-months
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