Wolt Market Reduces Prices of Nearly 100 Staple Grocery Items by 15%

Retail

Wolt Market has reduced the prices of nearly a hundred staple grocery and household goods this week, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

The products included in the price reduction will cost an average of 15% less than the previous price. 

These include basic grocery and household items include milk, cheese, yogurt, butter, cereal, biscuits, cold meats, fresh meat, rice, and soft drinks, as well as cleaning and washing supplies and paper goods.

"Wolt Market has quickly become the weekly grocery shopping destination for many, and we want to make sure our stores have competitive prices for our customers. Our goal is to continuously offer the most important products at Wolt Market at affordable prices, so that our customers can get affordable and high-quality food items delivered in 30 minutes. This is the first time that we are introducing a price reduction affecting so many products in Wolt Market stores, and we are excited to see how our customers will respond," says Gábor Törös, managing Ddrector of Wolt Market.

In addition to the price reduction, Wolt Market continues to regularly plan seasonal and thematic promotions. Near-expiry products are available at discount prices in the "Save me" menu. With this initiative, Wolt Market also wants to fight food waste.

Wolt Market is a virtual supermarket: Wolt users can order from the Wolt Market via the application, and the ordered products are delivered within 30 minutes by Wolt's courier partners, similar to restaurant and other retail orders. Wolt Market opened its first store in Hungary in Budapest just a year ago. The store chain has been continuously growing over the past year, and now operates seven units across the country. In addition to six stores in Budapest, the service is also available in Pécs.

"Since our launch, we have been working to offer a service that helps our customers in many situations. Today, Wolt Market is popular among those who just notice that they have run out of an important ingredient while cooking, but we also provide a convenient service to those who regularly want to arrange weekly shopping without standing in the queue," added Törös. 

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