Prices blocked, anti-inflation pact from today 1 October: here’s who’s joining

There are almost 7 thousand points of sale that participate: Mimit provides the list city by city

Anti-inflation pact underway: blocked prices and discounts from today 1 October until 31 December 2023, on a series of products in supermarkets, shops and pharmacies participating in the initiative. From Milan to Rome, from Palermo to Naples, controlled prices throughout Italy for pasta, UHT milk, biscuits, eggs, nappies, oil and soaps. And also products for the home and personal care.

There are 32 thousand sales points participating in the ‘anti-inflation quarter’, of which 6,977 in metropolitan cities, communicates Mimit which provides the list of memberships for the various metropolitan cities (LOOK) from which it emerges that the greatest number of memberships is registers in Rome (1381 memberships in 121 Municipalities) and Turin (1074 in 312 Municipalities).

There are almost 7 thousand, 6,977 to be exact, the points of sale participating in the ‘anti-inflation quarter‘, communicates Mimit which provides the list of memberships for the various metropolitan cities (WATCH). The list (continuously updated) shows the highest number of memberships in Rome (1,381 memberships in 121 Municipalities) and Turin (1,074 in 312 Municipalities).

What is the anti-inflation pact

The anti-inflation quarter is a pact between the government, producers and distributors to offer Italians many products at blocked or discounted prices. 32 associations joined the initiative. The objective is to contain the prices of basic necessities, food and non-food consumer goods, including those included in the “shopping cart”, as well as products for children and personal care, thanks to the collaborative effort of main players in the supply chain, from modern and classic distribution to the world of cooperatives, pharmacies, parapharmacies, industry, production, crafts and agriculture.

How does it work

The distribution companies that join the initiative undertake to offer a selection of items at reasonable prices, with particular attention to everyday products that are part of the “shopping cart”, and not to increase the price of this selection, for types of commercial initiatives that allow it, during the anti-inflation quarter (1 October – 31 December 2023). The basic necessities, both food and non-food, which make up the traditional “shopping cart” also include products for children and personal care.



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