Save money and support local causes by joining the Co-op
Shoppers can save an average of £500 a year and help support local charities by joining the Co-op.
By Kate Baxter
Posted: Monday, 04th September 2023 10:00 am
Shoppers can now save £500 on average per year - and also support three Honiton charities - by being a Co-op Member.
Co-op has begun providing new, lower 'member-only' prices on everyday essential products such as milk, eggs and bread. It gives Co-op Members the chance to save up to 11 per cent on retail prices.
Co-op British Milk one pint will cost 85p, six Co-op free range eggs are £1.40 , whilst a Co-op sliced loaf will be 76p.
Matt Hood, Managing Director for Co-op Food, said: "Whilst food inflation is starting to slow, household budgets remain under huge pressure, so this major price investment will make a real and tangible difference for millions of Co-op customers and members.
"This is not a loyalty scheme but rather the Co-op difference in action, whereby the people who own our business, our members, benefit every time they shop."
In addition, when you buy selected Co-op products and services, 2p for every £1 you spend goes into your Co-op membership account. The Co-op will also give the same amount to support community organisations and local causes.
This year the Honiton Co-op is supporting three local charities. Foodsave distributes surplus food to the community, Honiton Carers is a support group for unpaid carers and the Honiton Town Community Football and Sports Association is a charity which encourages more young people to play sports.
You can find out more information about the three charities here.