Petition to approve class action filed against Israeli supermarkets including Blue Square
Blue Square-Israel has announced a petition to approve a class action filed against Blue Square, Supersol, Club Market Marketing Chain and Kol Bo Half Price, according to section 35a of the Israeli Consumer Protection Act of 1981. The petitioners claim that these companies charge for the weight of packaging materials as part of the total weight of goods sold in bulk.
The portion of the petition that is directed against Blue Square is in the sum of 108.2 million Israel shekels ($23.4 million). Blue Square is now in the process of examining the petition.
Blue Square-Israel is a food retailing company. The company currently operates 169 supermarkets under different formats, each offering varying levels of services and prices. — (menareport.com)
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