Supermarkets love buy-one, get-one-free promotions because they draw a lot of customers and move a lot of volume. But in this new era of sustainability, some retailers think there's a better way to BOGO.
Tesco, for one, believes that BOGO promotions generate too much waste. Research conducted by the British retailer found that the second product is, in some cases, one too many, and if it's perishable it might go bad before the customer has a chance to consume it. That's why last month Tesco ...
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