What do Canadians Think About the Bread-fixing Scandal?

What do Canadians make of the bread-fixing scandal? Find out here

What do Canadians Think About the Bread-fixing Scandal?

What do Canadians make of the bread-fixing scandal? Find out here

Caddle allows Canadians to save money on groceries, eating out and shopping at the tap of their smartphone, as well as, the opportunity to make money for their engagement with brands - by answering surveys, watching ads and writing reviews.

They recently did a survey on the Loblaws bread price-fixing scandal, the $25 gift card being offered and their bread purchasing habits. See attached infographic and some of their key findings below:

· 69% of Canadians felt a $25 gift card was NOT enough of a goodwill gesture;

· 35% of respondents felt $200 or more would be an appropriate amount of money;

· 26% of Canadians said they would shop less at Loblaws stores;

· 10% of respondents said they would no longer shop at Loblaws; and

· 55% of Canadians were NOT surprised by the bread-fixing scandal.