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(From Northampton Chronicle and Echo)
A SUPERMARKET price war has erupted, with discount stores offering bargain basement groceries by bulk-buying European imports to beef up their stock.
With major chains such as Tesco, Morrisons and Asda constantly reviewing their prices to attract bargain-hunting shoppers, bosses at Home Bargains in St Peter's Way have gone one step further . . . tapping into the lucrative market of rivals' cast-offs, cancelled orders and cheap foreign fare.
While a 500ml bottle of Coca-Cola may set you back 79p in Tesco, the same product sporting a label written in Georgian will cost just 39p in Home Bargains. Bottled water can …