Monday , December 5 2022
Home / Tag Archives: supermarkets

Tag Archives: supermarkets

Greece’s “Household basket” with marked items premieres next week

Τhe so-called “household basket” with controlled and reduced prices for based goods will be introduced in Greece on upcoming Wednesday, November 2, 2022. The 51 products that will make up the “household basket” will be found on supermarket shelves with this special mark. The list of 51 items for the …

Read More »

These are the 50 basic good for the “Household Basket” at supermarkets

Greece’s Development Ministry published a list of 50 proposed basic goods for the so-called “household shopping basket” for which supermarkets are expected to contain price hikes or scale back future increases. The list follows up on a meeting between Development & Investments Minister Adonis Georgiadis and representatives of supermarket chains …

Read More »

Supermarkets in Greece pledge to contain price increases on 50 products

Supermarkets operating in Greece on Wednesday pledged to present by the end of the month a “basket” of 50 different products necessary for a household’s living for which they will seek to contain any price increases. An application will facilitate consumers to check and compare the prices these 50 food …

Read More »

Greece Covid-measures: Masks in- and outdoors, festive events canceled, tests for travelers

The Greek government adopted the recommendations of the Epidemiologists Committee and announced on Thursday morning a series of additional protective measures against the pandemic. The measures valid across Greece include the mandatory use of mask in- and outdoors, double or KN95 masks in supermarkets and public transport and additional Covid-test …

Read More »

New operation hours for Supermarkets, Bakeries, open markets expand again

Food selling stores like supermarkets and bakeries in Greece will be allowed to operate with extended working hours, a joint ministerial decision said on Friday. Open markets (laiki) will return to full capacity of stands. According to the JMD,, supermarkets and bakeries and other food selling stores will be able …

Read More »

Rapid price increases in Greece’s supermarkets and fuel

Prices on supermarket shelves and fuel are rising rapidly during the pandemic and basic products will be even more expensive in the near future. Prices are expected to increase further in the next period due to the rise not only of raw materials internationally but also the price of transportation …

Read More »

Supermarkets, retail opening hours on Good Friday, Holy Saturday

Supermarkets and retail stores in Greece will operate with specific opening hours on Good Friday and Easter Saturday, April 30 and May 1, the Development Ministry said on Thursday. Note that supermarkets and retail stores are closed on Easter Sunday and Monday, May 2-3, 2021. Good Friday April 30 Super …

Read More »

Supermarkets in Greece allowed again to sell blankets, coats, slippers, radiators

The upcoming cold front has forced the Greek government to allow supermarkets to sell several items, before citizens freeze as the lockdown has shut down retail stores. With a special decision, the Development Ministry will allow the sale of products such as blankets, radiators, coats and slippers The new modified …

Read More »

Supermarkets in Greece to close at 8:30 pm as of Nov 16

Supermarkets will close half an hour earlier, at 20:30 from next Monday, November 16, because of the night curfew, Deputy Development and Investment Minister Nikos Papathanasis told state broadcaster ERT on Thursday. He said also that the plan to open supermarkets on upcoming Sunday, Nov 15, has been cancelled. “At …

Read More »

Greece bans sale of durable goods at supermarkets during lockdown

Supermarkets are prohibited from selling durable goods likes books, toys, clothing, footwear, electric and electronic equipment for as long as restrictions on normal retail activity are in place, the Development Ministry said on Tuesday and Minister Adonis Georgiadis signed the relevant ministerial decision. The selling ban reportedly goes in force …

Read More »