French shoppers should pay less for their food from next month, finance minister Bruno Le Maire said on Friday, after he secured a pledge from 75 top food companies to cut prices on hundreds of products.

The companies, which together make 80% of what the French eat, could face financial sanctions if they don't follow through, Le Maire said...

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