Looking to cut down the cost of your food shop?
You may want to head to Aldi – which has been named the lowest-priced supermarket in Britain.
According to The Grocer, shoppers can save save £10.24 (19.14%) on a basket of 33 everyday items compared with the Big 4 supermarkets (Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda and Morrisons).
This is because 30 of the 33 grocery items tracked by researchers were the cheapest at Aldi.
What’s more, the trade magazine says its 31.91% cheaper than its priciest rival Waitrose.
This news is bound to draw more customers through the budget supermarket’s doors.
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Julie Ashfield, Managing Director of Buying at Aldi is chuffed by the trade magazine study.
She said: “This survey once again confirms what our customers have always known – that Aldi remains Britain’s lowest-priced supermarket.
“That is why over a million new shoppers have switched to Aldi from more expensive supermarkets during the last 12 months and why our premium Specially Selected range is the fastest-growing in the UK.
“We’re continuing to work hard to keep prices low for our customers, as well as expanding our store network to reach even more shoppers.”
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Looking for more ways to shave money on your weekly shop?
Previously, a woman revealed how she bagged a box full of groceries for £3.
She used a money saving app to make huge savings on the huge haul.
Meanwhile, a frugal home cooked showed Facebook users how to turn one chicken into four family dinners.
And in other news, here are a b argain hunter's money-saving tips for doing Valentine’s Day for less than £10.
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