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Tesco to let customers review non-food products online

Published: 10 February 2009
Tesco has signed a deal to allow customers to post reviews of its non-food items for the first time.
Tesco to let customers review non-food products online
The supermarket's non-food business Tesco Direct has recruited review specialist Reevoo.

Reevoo, who run customer review services for more than 60 companies, was founded in 2005.

Currently, items for sale on the Tesco Direct website, which range from white goods and furniture to Ipods, are only reviewed by Tesco.

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