The People's Supermarket - Netflix

The People's Supermarket is a documentary series which follows restaurant owner Arthur Potts Dawson as he attempts to create a new type of supermarket in which members of the public choose what is sold on the shelves, work in the store and are part owners in the store itself.

The People's Supermarket - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2011-02-06

The People's Supermarket - Coles Supermarkets - Netflix

Coles Supermarkets Australia Pty Ltd, trading as Coles, is an Australian supermarket, retail and consumer services chain, headquartered in Melbourne owned by parent company Wesfarmers. Founded in 1914 in Collingwood, Melbourne by George Coles, Coles operates 809 supermarkets throughout Australia, including several now re-branded BI-LO Supermarkets. Coles has over 100,000 employees and, together with rival Woolworths, accounts for more than 80 per cent of the Australian market. Coles Online is the company's online shopping ('click & collect' and home delivery) service. Between 1986 and 2006, Coles Supermarkets was a brand of Coles Myer Limited, later Coles Group Limited, prior to Wesfarmers purchasing Coles Group.

The People's Supermarket - Accusations of anti-competitive practices - Netflix

Coles has been accused by suppliers of using heavy-handed tactics when dealing with its suppliers. A 2004 investigation by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission did not result in any action being brought against Coles and Woolworths. A 2012 investigation in which suppliers were offered anonymity is believed to have uncovered unethical practices. In 2013, the ACCC was investigating both Coles and Woolworths over accusations that they used improper market practices to force down prices from suppliers.

The People's Supermarket - References - Netflix