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Coles lowers the cost of popular groceries, with prices dropping by 40 percent

Down, Prices Have Dropped: Coles Lowers Costs on Hundreds of Popular Grocery Products, With Prices Cut by a Whopping 45 Percent

  • Coles has cut the cost of popular groceries by up to 45 percent
  • Australian shoppers can expect massive savings on 190 products in the aisles
  • Supermarket continues to lower the cost of living to help the struggling Aussies

Coles has sparked a price war in the grocery store after cutting the cost of popular groceries by as much as 45 percent.

Shoppers can expect massive savings on 190 products in the aisles as the supermarket giant continues to cut the cost of living to help the struggling Australians.

Steggles’ select chicken range has been reduced from $ 20 to just $ 11, while Uncle Toby’s Cheerios Multigrain Cereal is now from $ 6.50 to $ 5.

Coles has unleashed a grocery price war after cutting the cost of popular grocery items - including $ 11 Steggles Chicken Wings, $ 5.20 Farmers Union Greek Style Yogurt, $ 3 Alpro Cashew Yogurt, $ 2.50 Coles Cafe Raisin Toast, $ 5 Uncle Toby's Cheerios Multigrain Cereal, $ 3.50 Oreo Family Pack Cream Cookies and $ 11 Steggles Chicken Goujons

Coles has unleashed a grocery price war after cutting the cost of popular grocery items – including $ 11 Steggles Chicken Wings, $ 5.20 Farmers Union Greek Style Yogurt, $ 3 Alpro Cashew Yogurt, $ 2.50 Coles Cafe Raisin Toast, $ 5 Uncle Toby’s Cheerios Multigrain Cereal, $ 3.50 Oreo Family Pack Cream Cookies and $ 11 Steggles Chicken Goujons

The new items have been reduced at Coles

Steggles Chicken Goujons 1kg: Now $ 11, was $ 20

Steggles Chicken Wings 1kg: Now $ 11, was $ 20

Steggles Chicken Breast Poppers 1kg: Now $ 11, was $ 20

Alpro Cashew Yogurt 150g: Vanilla: now $ 3, was $ 3.50

Farmers Union Greek Style Yogurt 1kg: Now $ 5.20, was $ 5.50

Coles Cafe Raisin Toast 650g: Now $ 2.50, was $ 2.80

Uncle Toby’s Cheerios Multigrain Cereal 580g: Now $ 5, was $ 6.50

Gillette Venus: Razor Spa Breeze 1 Pack: $ 13 now, was $ 15.40

Oreo Family Pack Creme Biscuits 370g: Now $ 3.50 was $ 4.50

Nature’s Gift Casserole Beef Dog Food: Now $ 8.50, was $ 9

Coles chief executive of commercial and express Greg Davis said Coles is committed to providing great value to products that customers buy the most.

“We’ve looked at the products our customers buy every day and determined where we can really make a difference to the family budget at a very challenging time for so many Australians,” he said.

“In the past year alone, we’ve saved our customers millions of dollars on chicken products alone, including chicken thighs, drumsticks and whole chooks.”

Shoppers can expect massive savings on 190 products in its aisles as the supermarket giant continues to cut the cost of living to help struggling Australians (file image)

Shoppers can expect massive savings on 190 products in its aisles as the supermarket giant continues to cut the cost of living to help struggling Australians (file image)

Shoppers can expect massive savings on 190 products in its aisles as the supermarket giant continues to cut the cost of living to help struggling Australians (file image)

The savings come as the supermarket lowers the prices of popular items in its aisles to celebrate the tenth year of ‘Down Down’ and the ‘Big Red Hand’, giving Australians a trusted value they can rely on every time they shop.

Down Down has been an important part of the chain’s commitment to delivering great value to customers. Over the 10 years to the end of June, Coles has shown an estimated cumulative price deflation of 10 percent.

The grocery store has delivered millions of dollars in savings across the store through trusted value initiatives, including the addition of 326 other products to the Down Down program.

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