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Poll: Do you try to shop in Irish-owned supermarkets?

Study shows that chains like Tesco, Aldi and Lidl are experiencing more growth than homegrown Irish chains – do you make a conscious choice to shop in Irish supermarkets?

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A STUDY OF the grocery market sector has revealed that Tesco and Aldi are experiencing the most growth in Ireland of any supermarket chains.

Irish supermarkets Dunne Stores and Superquinn have seen their market share fall slightly while Supervalu, also Irish, has seen a small growth of .3 per cent.

Do you actively try to shop in Irish supermarkets?

Poll Results:

C - It doesn't make a difference to me (1457)
B - I'd like to, but it's not convenient (1332)
A - Yes (744)

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