In this report you will find:

  • An assessment of the gendered price differences between women’s and men’s items in major UK supermarkets
  • A price comparison which looks at the differences in two broad categories – toiletries and clothing –and the price differences in a basket of products that was chosen to be comparable across retailers
  • Detailed results which show that across the retailers women are paying on average 31% more for an own brand basket of comparable toiletries and are paying 12% more for a basket of own brand clothing items 

Link to the report: Sexist Pricing in Supermarkets - Policy Briefing