Loss leaders distort the reality of what things cost, including for those on low incomes. Artificially low prices are unsustainable. Honest pricing would mean customers get more transparency and a better sense of how much food and drink really costs.

In his latest column for The Grocer, exec director Dan Crossley argues that loss leaders are an unethical pricing strategy that should be dropped.

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