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Coles answers critics on Hormone-free meat | Love, Sex, Lifestyle Ruth Ostrow | @ostrowruth

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Coles spokesman Jim Cooper admitted to being swayed by consumer demand on animal welfare.
Mr Cooper dismissed claims by some farmers on this site that Coles is imposing rules on the local industry that it does not impose on overseas suppliers of smallgoods. But Cooper says: "With regards to us imposing onerous conditions on our industry, it's simply not true.


Sydney Morning Herald Investigation

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Coles' spokesman, Jim Cooper, refused to answer detailed questions about its relationships with suppliers.
"Our dealings with suppliers are robust but fair, and are conducted in accordance with the law," he says. Mr Cooper contests the version being put by big and small suppliers, saying: ''The reality is that the Australian grocery sector is dominated by large multinational food manufacturing businesses, many of whom charge Australian shoppers significantly higher prices for their products than they do in other countries around the world."


GEJI 2009: Project Plastic Bags

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Jim Cooper, a spokesman for Coles Myer, gave a much lower estimate in an ABC report: "… Our understanding is the average consumer will probably use their bag 10 to a dozen times".


GEJI 2009: Project Plastic Bags

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Jim Cooper, Coles Myer Media Manager, was unable to confirm a plastic bag reduction policy exists.
"I would need to check with our stores to see if any policy is in place," he said.


Shoppers Beware, Don’t Be Fooled by Cheap Bread and Milk | The Courier Pigeon

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Jim Cooper, spokesman for Coles said that their NSW stores had seen considerable price deduction.
According to Mr Cooper, Coles had over the last year decreased prices on more than 5000 lines by an average of 10%. And in the same period prices have only risen on 2000 lines in the store with an average of just 4%. Woolworths claims that prices in all of their stores had only decreased from the months of January to June, and those by an average of 3.6%. However, according to the Morgan Stanley Research report, majority of the shoppers are simply oblivious to the changes in the grocery prices. According to the results of the study that they conducted last year, less than 40% of the shoppers really knew how much they paid for staple food items, they were completely unaware of any price changes. Whereas Mr Cooper maintains that consumers are fully aware of the deductions in prices and were excited about discounts etc.


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