The Shell garage in Roquetas del Mar is selling the most expensive fuel in Spain, according to a survey by consumer organisation OCU (here). The average price for fuel at the Shell is over 13% more expensive than the national average. The cheapest stations are all up in the godforsaken empty northern barrens of Spain. Online services such as http://www.elpreciodelagasolina.com/ will tell you the daily price of fuel in all the stations in your area, Continue reading Roquetas shell garage selling most expensive fuel in Spain!
40 euros apiece is what OCU, the consumer union, reckons we’ve been overcharged on our last three electric bills. It’s because the storms in the north of Spain have made the renewable energy generators produce more electricity than expected, driving down prices. That means the electric companies must repay 680 million euros to their customers, and will, in the July bill.
Horsemeat has been found in burgers onsale in Spanish supermarkets, according to consumer group OCU, who have also published an analysis of the quality of the meat inside supermarket frozen burgers. Seems they aren’t too keen on them. They analysis 20 supermarket ownbrand burgers and found horse DNA inside those from Eroski and Alipende. “not illegal” comments OCU, “but certainly false advertising”. 16 of the burgers contained high levels of sulphates, an additive designed to Continue reading Horsemeat found in Spanish burgers