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consumer panelnoun [C]

uk   us   (also customer panel)
MARKETING a group of people who are asked by a business or organization to give their opinions and advice about products or services: The strongest warning came from the financial services consumer panel, which was set up by the Financial Services Authority to advise it on consumer issues.
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