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Greeks Shun Plastic Bags in Record Numbers

The use of plastic bags in Greece has dropped sharply following the introduction of a so-called eco-tax of €0.4 ($0.47) for every bag, introduced...

Greek Retail Sales Drop Affecting Supermarkets in November

Compared to other retail sectors, supermarket sales in Greece have been relatively unaffected all through the financial crisis. New data by the Greek Statistical Authority...

Greek Authorities Investigate Group Threatening to Contaminate Food

Greek authorities were searching on Wednesday, for members of a group that threatened to contaminate certain packaged food products with hydrochloric acid, during the...

Retail Sales Hit Record Lows Across the Board

Across the board retail sales are registering new record lows in Greece according to the latest data released by the retail commerce sector. According to the...

Supermarkets to Charge for Plastic Bags in 2017

According to reports by Ethos newspaper, Greeks will soon have to start paying a small charge for plastic bags at supermarkets. There are many other...

Greek Supermarket Chain Marinopoulos to Restructure with Aid from Sklavenitis

Greek supermarket chain Marinopoulos on Saturday agreed with rival chain Sklavenitis and banks on a restructuring plan to avoid bankruptcy. Marinopoulos has about 800 stores...

Greek Supermarkets Slashing Prices to Meet Consumer Needs

The Greek economy is in turmoil at the current time and this is impacting heavily on consumer spending.  Sales in health and wellness food...

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