Aldi named UK’s cheapest supermarket for 11th month in a row
For the eleventh consecutive month, Aldi has been named the cheapest supermarket in the UK by consumer group Which? with an average shop cost of just £69.99.
Aldi’s discount rival Lidl followed closely behind with an average cost of £70.64.
Which? conducted a monthly price comparison on a basket of groceries and household essentials, and found Aldi to be £6.86 cheaper than Sainsbury’s and £7.93 cheaper than Asda.
Tesco’s average basket price was £8.10 more expensive, and Morrisons’ was £11.47 more expensive.
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Aldi managing director of buying Julie Ashfield said: “At Aldi, we believe access to great quality food and drink is a right not a privilege.
“Shoppers want to know they are getting great quality products at the best possible prices.
“So, to have Which? name us the UK’s cheapest supermarket for the eleventh month in a row is reassuring for our shoppers.”