Retailer retains RM2 price for 10,000 products

Malaysians are finding ways to stretch their ringgit even further as the prices of consumer goods continue to increase.

Fixed price retailer MR Dollar has responded with a commitment to retain prices on 10,000 of its popular products at just RM2.

A subsidiary of home improvement retailer MR DIY Group, MR Dollar is known for its wide range of products offered at fixed prices.

MR DIY Group marketing head Alex Goh said the company understood the struggles that people were facing in current times.

“With multiple issues affecting the economy, especially the global supply chain, many retailers have been forced to raise prices.

“However, by relying on stringent data analytics and leveraging the strong direct relationships we have with global manufacturers, MR Dollar is able to commit to maintaining the prices on 10,000 everyday essentials at just RM2.

“This is one of the many ways we are helping Malaysians find value and stretch their ringgit further, so they have the confidence to shop for their families’ needs.”

The retailer offers products across 10 categories — chocolates and sweets, snacks and biscuits, cooking ingredients, groceries, drinks, bakery products, chilled and frozen food, household, hardware, and stationery, toys and sports — at either RM2 or RM5.

The retailer also offers customers a comfortable shopping environment with wide aisles and air-conditioning.

Other than F&B and household essentials, personal protective equipment such as face masks and face shields as well as hand sanitiser, disinfectant and Covid-19 test kits are also available.

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