Retail chain Tesco reduces from November prices to all assortment produced in our own bakeries throughout the Czech Republic. On average, prices fell by 10%.
“We are constantly thinking about our customers, to whom we want to offer our excellent bakery products at low prices and thereby help them save significantly. That’s why we invest not only in the quality of our products, which we constantly improve, but also in our customers through reduced prices,” he states Pavol Halász, product director of Tesco for the Czech Republic. In stores, products are marked at lower prices distinctly yellow. “These are all products that our bakers make by hand every day according to our unique recipes,” adds Pavol Halász.
The bakery itself is currently equipped almost fifty stores throughout the Czech Republic. Here, customers can choose from a wide range of sweet and savory pastries, from various cakes, doughnuts, rolls, rolls, buns, breads to baguettes and buns. In the run-up to Christmas, of course, the popular Christmas cakes, including the famous butter with raisins, cannot be missing from the menu.
In the retail market, for example, he decided to cut prices at a time of unusually high inflation Lidl, which he prepared in October week for seniors, during which he discounted the most frequently purchased products by 10%. Furniture chain Ikea again permanently reduced the price of approximately 5,700 products, by an average of 14%.