Nhà bán lẻ lớn của Pháp bỏ sản phẩm PepsiCo vì giá quá cao

siêu thị carrefour cho biết nhà sản xuất pepsi, lay's và 7-up đang giữ giá sản phẩm đắt đến mức "không thể chấp nhận được" dù lạm phát giảm.

The economic headlines in Europe have been glowing recently: Inflation (lạm phát), according to official statistics (số liệu thống kê), is finally coming down. But tell that to consumers still facing runaway prices when they head to the supermarket.

On Thursday, France’s biggest food retailer (nhà bán lẻ) took a drastic (quyết liệt) step to confront (đối phó) the situation, announcing that it would no longer sell PepsiCo products because the prices were “unacceptably” high for consumers, escalating (leo thang) a showdown (thách đấu) by French retailers to name and shame brands that aren’t lowering prices as inflation eases (lạm phát giảm bớt).

Carrefour, a global retail giant, put up posters Thursday throughout its 3,440 supermarkets in France where Lay’s potato chips, Pepsi and 7-Up soft drinks, as well as Doritos, Quaker cereals and other PepsiCo products, are typically displayed. “We are no longer selling this brand due to an unacceptable price increase,” the signs said.

A spokesperson for PepsiCo said the company had “been in discussion with Carrefour for many months, and we will continue to engage in good faith (thiện chí) in order to try to ensure (đảm bảo) that our products are available.”

source: nytimes,

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