Last week we put out a piece on more consumers starting to notice that many food items are getting smaller, although they are paying the same or more.
Here's what the public have said on social media about the article and the items they've noticed.
<div class="stream-item-header"><div class="ProfileTweet-action ProfileTweet-action--more js-more-ProfileTweet-actions" style="display: inline-block; min-width: inherit; margin: -2px -9px 0px auto;"><div class="dropdown" style="position: relative;"><div class="ReplyingToContextBelowAuthor" data-aria-label-part=""><div class="js-tweet-text-container">Cheese slices are sooo thin now. I can barely get it out of the wrapper before it splits— Stylish Star
The price of avocado is ridiculous!— Hlezi Mathebula
Sugar has been reduced and artificial sweetners have been added to most of the soft drinks. I don't recall them mentioning changes in soft drinks formulations. They have reduced the 500ml to 440ml and the 330ml is due to be reduced to 300ml. Health implications are mentioned.— Robert Lategan (@RobLategan) February 11, 2018
I was thinking about this the other day, a particular bar soap used to be 175g and now it is 150g price is still the same...why vele?— 🦁Mrs M♥️ (@syfothereal1) February 9, 2018
yep tomato sauce,chutney mayonaise ,bacon etc— Aldo (@AldoOA_) February 9, 2018
Cremora, coke— thatd beme (@AdaCostaShiveri) February 9, 2018
it's smart. its a strategy to keep inflation hidden..when everything gets more expensive they keep the price and reduce the quantity.— 🌹 (@Bibi_Rebel) February 9, 2018
It's mostly food products— cool to be Lyndon (@Lyndon36917092) February 10, 2018
Oh yes, it started with frozen chicken pieces a few years ago, now it’s even with prepackaged fresh vegetables .... & I guess they think we all born yesterday. When it’s a monopoly, you forced into participation 😔— Noddy (@NoddyPeach) February 10, 2018
Jeanine Norden tagged Carte Blanche, suggesting that they run a story on this.
You can see the other mentions here!
This article first appeared on 947 : These are the products the public say have shrunk in size (and not price)