UK Supermarkets Lining Store Shelves With "Decoys" To Hide Supply Shortage
It only took WSJ three weeks to catch up with us on a story we reported about supermarkets lining empty shelves with meaningless items to appear as full as possible.
WSJ reports UK shoppers have noticed supermarkets are using signs, moving products, and employed a whole suite of other tactics to create the illusion there are no physical gaps on shelves.
One example has been stacking crates of products,...
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