Founders of Bónus Deny Price Fixing Skip to content

Founders of Bónus Deny Price Fixing

Jóhannes Jónsson and his son Jón Ásgeir Jóhannesson, the founders of low-cost grocery store chain Bónus who recently came under criticism for alleged price fixing, have denied all accusations in a joint statement.

Jónsson and Jóhannesson said they have always operated Bónus with the goal of having customers return, Fréttabladid reports.

“It costs a considerable amount of money for Bónus to operate such that it will be able to keep the promise that we have given Icelandic consumers for the past 18 years, and will continue to give them, that the lowest price will always be in Bónus,” it said in the statement.

Jónsson and Jóhannesson said they were shocked by the discussions that have taken place for the past few days.

Click here to read more about this story.

Sign up for our weekly newsletter

Get news from Iceland, photos, and in-depth stories delivered to your inbox every week!

* indicates required

Subscribe to Iceland Review

In-depth stories and high-quality photography showcasing life in Iceland!

Share article

Facebook
Twitter

Recommended Posts