A term used in retailing to indicate goods purchased for long term use that are likely to be subject to comparison between suppliers before purchase.
'Comparison Goods' are goods such as clothes and electrical equipment, for which the consumer generally expects to invest time and effort into visiting a range of Shops before making a choice.
Goods that are generally more expensive and bulkier than convenience goods such as clothes, furniture and electrical appliances. Conservation: The regulation of change to ensure the preservation and enhancement of built and natural features of acknowledged importance or interest.
'non perishable' goods for retail sale which are often stocked in a wide range of sizes, styles, colours and qualities, including furniture, carpets, televisions etc.
A term used in retailing to indicate goods purchased for longer term use and likely to be subject to 'comparison' between suppliers before purchase. Includes clothing, footwear, household goods, books, stationery, chemist goods, photographic goods, jewellery, leather, sports goods, cycles and prams.