Our price increases are lower than food inflation.— Bruce Henderson, Rhodes Food Group
Only 3.9% of our revenue growth comes from product inflation.— Bruce Henderson, Rhodes Food Group
On Monday, The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Retail Price Watch founder Viccy Baker.
Baker took a closer look at increasing food prices.
She named Rhodes Food Group as one of the worst culprits when it came to hiking food prices by much more than the inflation rate.
Whitfield interviewed Rhodes Food Group CEO Bruce Henderson; giving him the right-of-reply.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
The price of our canned pineapples rose by 3.3% not the 18.4% Retail Price Watch claims.— Bruce Henderson, Rhodes Food Group
We pride ourselves that we are a value proposition.— Bruce Henderson, Rhodes Food Group
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