“stern TV” (RTL) warns supermarket customers “punishable”


On Thursday evening (November 24) RTL will show a special edition of “stern TV Inside”. From 8:15 p.m., viewers saw journalist Stefan Uhl in a post about German supermarkets. Gradually, the reporter rattled off various discounters and grocery stores and looked behind the scenes.

The RTL reporter uncovered some secrets of the supermarket world. For example, he was able to inspect the warehouse of an Aldi branch with the “stern TV” camera team. He also got to know different types of writing on food labels. But then he came across something that he expressly warns all customers about.

“stern-TV” (RTL) reveals supermarket secrets

The day starts very early for Stefan Uhl. After all, he wants to accompany the entire everyday life of the employees of an Aldi branch in Essen-Kettwig. So he meets an employee in front of the shop and opens it together with him. As we head towards the warehouse, the reporter says curiously: “I’ve always wondered what’s behind it.” This refers to the automatic door that goes up and down in the supermarkets for the staff when they enter or leave the warehouse.

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And another mystery is cleared up by the journalist. Because when asked, he learns how to recognize the date on which, for example, apples were packed. The letter L followed by 4 digits tells the customer in which calendar week and on which day the respective product was packaged and came into the packaging. For example, if it says “3804”, the apples were packed on the fourth day of the 38th calendar week.

“stern TV” (RTL) warns customers! THAT is punishable

In an Edeka store, the reporter gets the opportunity to speak to the branch manager. He attaches great importance to the display of fruit and vegetables in front of his shop. He wants to create the attraction that casual customers are attracted by the delicious offer. In the course of this, the two then also come to talk about an explosive topic.

Hand on heart: Almost everyone has done this at some point. You see delicious grapes or appealing raspberries and bang! You grab it and try it for a moment. But that is punishable, as reporter Stefan Uhl emphasizes. In this Edeka branch one is very accommodating, reveals the manager. After all, customers shouldn’t buy a pig in a poke.


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