The faster sugar disappeared, the faster its prices in stores rose. Do you remember how the wave of sugar madness that started in July swept across Poland? Retail chains, like the communist authorities in the past, even introduced sugar rationing.
Let us remind you that the first supermarket that started distributing goods to Poles (10 kilograms “per receipt”) was Biedronka. Competitive networks followed suit.
Has the situation calmed down? Unlimited sugar can be purchased at Biedronka. As we wrote, Carrefour and Stokrotka also moved away from the restrictions.
What about Lidl? “Fact” asked this network if it was deviating from the sugar limit. We deliver the answer.
On Wednesday, September 14, the Lidl network replied to “Fakt”, which continued with the sugar purchase limit.
– We have lifted the limits on the sale of sugar. Currently, white sugar is offered in our stores at a price of PLN 4.99 / 1 kg – says Aleksandra Robaszkiewicz, spokeswoman for Lidl Polska.
The panic is over and sugar is still expensive
Let us remind you that in June 2022 a kilogram of sugar cost an average of PLN 4 in stores. Slightly cheaper in the Lidl and Biedronka networks, exactly PLN 3.22.
Currently, both in Biedronka, Kaufland and Lidl, the packaging costs PLN 4.99. Let us add that this is … the lowest price on the market.
Given the high prices and inflation, the results of a recent survey on promotions and savings are not surprising.
27 percent are looking for cheaper sugar. Polesaccording to a study by UCE Research and Proxi.cloud.