News Release

Consumer Groups Oppose Bill to Remove Prices From Groceries

For Immediate Release

It soon may be harder for Massachusetts shoppers to find out the price of groceries if a bill just approved by a legislative committee becomes law.

The bill, House 4858, ironically entitled "An Act Relative to Clear and Conspicuous Price Disclosure,” would allow supermarkets and other sellers of groceries to remove price stickers from most items if they install price scanners in some store aisles so shoppers can check prices.

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