hi have just been down to Tescos (am I allowed to put the shop name in?) and saw that the Eco packets of a particular brand of coffee were the same price as the glass jar-ed packets well they were the same price per 100g the jar-ed coffee was on offer but nevertheless they were the same brand it makes a mockery of the environmental campaign, when eco packets are no cheaper than bottled/jar-ed packets, where is the incentive? I would say that eco packets should always be more expensive than non eco packets period we are all just individuals Tescos is the biggest grocer in the uk
If you compare the prices in Tesco on many things, you'll find them hugely inconsistent - I don't think they have any kind of overall policy about it. eg big label pointing out one size good price, but when you look another size is better per 100g.
I don't think there's any need for a rule on which ones they have to make cheaper, whether or not they are environmentally friendly. Just look, compare, decide!
Eco-friendly, grower-friendly, organic etc stuff is usually sold at a premium... But if you're talking about pouches vs jars of coffee it's most likely that this is an admin cock-up... promo should cover both formats and someone didn't twig before it went live. Less likely to be a malicious anti-eco statement... more likely to be a balls-up.
Beloved, I just thought that it would be a good idea if eco packets were always cheaper than non-eco packets thats all then probably we would end up being more environmentally friendly thats all, just a hunch PS loverly nickname