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Tortured arguments strangle common sense at ComCom grocery hearing

OPINION: Supermarkets sure deserve full marks for ingenious deflection.

Dita De Boni Wed, 15 Dec 2021

Where does your household shopper go for their main shop? Hold this thought in your grey matter, and then ask yourself: where does he or she go for quail eggs? Spanners? Miniwax Polycrylic water-based polyurethane?

Oh, I see, they don’t get these ‘everyday’ things from Pak’n Save.

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