Nestlé shrinks Quality Street tubs by 50g to mitigate costs

The Grocer
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Thursday, August 25, 2022
Nestlé has shrunk the size of its Quality Street tubs for the first time in three years in a bid to mitigate soaring costs, The Grocer can reveal. The 650g tubs that were on sale last Christmas have been replaced by 600g ones. At the time of writing, they were listed in Tesco for £4 – the same price carried by its larger 650g tubs in the retailer last year [Assosia 52 w/e 23 August 2022]. The brand’s cartons have also been downsized, shrinking from 240g to 220g. At the time of writing, the new 220g packs were listed at £3 in Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons, and were priced at £2 in Asda – the price the old 240g packs were sold at in those retailers.
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