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PremierLeague-News.Com - Supermarket shoppers can expect to fork out a lot more for their groceries

Liverpool news Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's and Aldi shoppers hit with £380 warning PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Supermarket shoppers can expect to fork out a lot more for their groceries

Liverpool news  Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's and Aldi shoppers hit with £380 warning PremierLeague-News.Com
21 June 2022 - 20:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! People who shop at supermarkets such as Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's and Aldi have been warned over a £380 surge. As food price inflation hits a 13-year high, people can now expect to pay considerably more for their groceries, according to data experts Kantar. This means people in the UK are set to see their annual supermarket bills jump by £380 this year. The latest data from Kantar has revealed that grocery price inflation jumped to 8.3% over the four weeks to June 12 - up from 7% in May and its highest level since April 2009. The soaring increases in the cost of food and groceries means the average annual shopping bill is now predicted to increase by £380 to £4,960 in 2022 - up by more than another £100 since April alone, Kantar said. READ MORE: Thousands of people could get an interest free loan of up to £2,000 Shoppers are increasingly swapping branded items for cheaper own-label products as they look to manage their budgets, according to the research. It found that sales of branded products fell by 1% in the 12 weeks to June 12, while own-label sales rose by 2.9% and value own-label lines surged by 12%. Fraser McKevitt, head of retail and consumer insight at Kantar, said sales of own-label lines have been "boosted by Aldi and Lidl's strong performances, both of whom have extensive own-label repertoires. He added: "We can also see consumers turning to value ranges, such as Asda Smart Price, Co-op Honest Value and Sainsbury's Imperfectly Tasty, to save money." But, despite rising food bills, the data showed that Britons splashed out on the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations, with supermarket sales falls paring back to 1.9% in the 12 weeks to June 12 - the best performance since October last year. Sales in the last four weeks grew by 0.

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. Mr McKevitt said: "The sector hasn't been in growth since April 2021 as it measures up against the record sales seen during the pandemic However, these latest numbers show the market is to an extent returning to pre- Covid norms as we begin comparisons with post-lockdown times." He added: "The inflation number makes for difficult reading and shoppers will be watching budgets closely as the cost-of-living crisis takes its toll." The figures showed that, over the Jubilee week, alcohol sales were up by a third and purchases of ice cream soared by 35% compared with the average in 2022. The latest report also revealed that Tesco was the only one of the Big Four chains to increase its market share over the quarter, to 27.3% from 27.1% a year ago. Sainsbury's saw its share slip to 14.9% from 15.2%, Asda to 13.7% from 14.1% and Morrisons to 9.6% from 10.1%. Receive newsletters with the latest news, sport and what's on updates from the Liverpool ECHO by signing up here Vets warn all dog owners after cocker spaniel dies HMRC giving UK parents a £500 tax free cash boost AQA responds to claims A Level paper was leaked weeks before exam Primark launches online shopping with 2,000 products available Cadbury fans excited after spotting 'incredible' new bar in Asda stores

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