Aldi named the UK's cheapest supermarket ahead of Lidl, Tesco, Morrisons, Sainsbury's, Asda and Waitrose

A BUDGET supermarket has been named the UK’s cheapest.

Thursday, 7th October 2021, 11:32 am
Updated Thursday, 7th October 2021, 12:07 pm

Shopping at Aldi was 37p cheaper than the competition in September, according to Which?.

The consumer choice magazine compared the prices for a basket of 22 items at all the major supermarkets.

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GV of the Aldi store in Gamble Road, Portsmouth. Picture: Habibur Rahman

Which? found that shoppers would have to pay £24.03 for the haul at Aldi, while the same products added up to £24.40 at Lidl.

The most expensive supermarket was Waitrose, with the basket of 22 items costing £33.96 – which is £9 more than at Aldi.

Asda had the third lowest prices at £26.19, Sainsbury’s it cost £27.95 and the basket cost £28.31 at both Morrisons and Tesco.

Ocado was the second most expensive at £29.84.

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