TRENTO. If you stay in the ranking, naked and raw, the Hyperpoli in via Gresti remains the most convenient supermarket in the city. Of course excluding discount stores, which are ranked separately. But one fact remains: in general there is not a big difference in the province of Trento.
At least there isn’t a big difference, if you make a comparison with the rest of Italy. Suffice it to say that there are some regions in which it is possible to save, according to the calculations of Altroconsumo, up to 1,700 euros, while in Trentino at most this figure drops drastically to less than 400 euros a year.
The ratio of Altroconsumo it is of course at a national level and is the result of a blitz (in the sense of surprise visits) in 1,148 points of sale in the peninsula, with something like 1.6 million prices recorded from the shelves. A powerful work, certainly, but obviously not exhaustive: in the city there are 8 supermarkets taken into consideration: Iperpoli, Pam, Coop Superstore, Orvea di S. Pio X, Eurospar in via Manci and viale Verona and the Poli in via Maccani and via Soprapasso di Gardolo.
At the end of the survey, each supermarket is given an index, which is obtained in relation to the most convenient chain, which in Italy is Famila Superstore (absent in Trentino) which therefore corresponds to an index of 100. Starting from here, the Superstore Poli and Pam in via Trener obtained an index of 115, followed by the others: Coop Superstore (117), Orvea (118), Eurospar via Manici (120), Eurospar viale Verona (121), Poli supermarket (via Maccani, 121), Poli supermarket via Soprapasso (121).
According to Altroconsumo, the maximum saving in the city is 373 euros.
There is no local discount ranking, but at the Italian level the comparison is not lacking: it “wins” in convenience Eurospin, followed by In’s, Md, Aldi, Lidl, Prix, D Più, Penny market and Todis. So far mixed shopping.
If instead – again at a national level – you take a look at the shopping with the cheapest products, the most convenient, at an Italian level, are Aldi, Eurospin, Prix and Lidl; those who buy only branded products, the three most affordable Italian chains are Carrefour, Famila superstore and Spazio Conad. Finally, if we consider the prices of commercial brand products (the so-called private label), the most convenient seem to be, Altroconsumo notes, Conad and Ipercoop.