Uk News Aldi named cheapest supermarket for second month in a row as food costs soar United Kingdom news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Basket of 47 items at Aldi cost £74.23 in July, just less than Lidl on £75.61 - and far below Waitrose on £99.46, Which? monthly survey finds

Uk News Aldi named cheapest supermarket for second month in a row as food costs soar United Kingdom news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Basket of 47 items at Aldi cost £74.23 in July, just less than Lidl on £75.61 - and far below Waitrose on £99.46, Which? monthly survey finds

Uk News Aldi named cheapest supermarket for second month in a row as food costs soar United Kingdom news
03 August 2022 - 10:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Aldi has been named the UK’s cheapest supermarket for the second month in a row.The budget chain took Lidl’s title in June 2022 after seven months of its rival topping the table in the monthly comparison by Which?.Which? compared the cost of a basket of 47 items, including groceries and household essentials.It found that in July, a basket at Aldi cost £74.23 whilst the same one at Lidl was just slightly more at £75.61 – with the same products at Asda totalling £83.22.At the other end of the scale, a basket at Waitrose, the most expensive supermarket, cost £99.46, £25.23 more expensive than Aldi. Ocado was the next expensive, at £95.33.

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