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Price-monitoring platform adds customisable shopping list

An online platform that monitors the prices of a broad range of food products at Hungary's biggest supermarket chains now allows users to set up multifunctional, freely customisable, shareable shopping lists, Hungary's Competition Office (GVH) said on Wednesday.

The platform was launched by GVH and the Economic Development Ministry on July 1. It features daily price comparisons of products in 62 groups at Aldi, Auchan, Lidl, Penny, Spar and Tesco.

GVH said the new feature may further increase market competition and contribute to reducing food prices. The working group developing the site is constantly working on further developments, taking into account consumer feedback, GVH added.

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