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Pick n Pay will always keep prices as low as possible for customers.

We welcome the recent fall in world oil prices. As well as helping consumers through lower fuel prices, it should provide a moderating effect on the prices of other goods and services which use fuel for manufacturing or distribution.

However, fuel is only one factor in the cost of goods, so it isn't possible to give any firm estimate of the impact. But rest assured we will always work tirelessly in the customer's interests.

The drop in the fuel price helps consumers. While fuel is only one factor in the cost of goods, rest assured we will always work tirelessly in our customer’s interests.


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