Supermarket which has an average basket almost £10 cheaper than the others revealed

Lidl has been announced as the cheapest supermarket in the UK by independent review body Which?

By Stephanie Bateman
Sunday, 13th June 2021, 12:29 pm

Which? compared prices for a trolley of 20 items every day throughout May and found, on average, shoppers paid £22.66 at Lidl, beating the big four and Aldi. Products checked included own-label products such as tomatoes and chicken drumsticks and branded goods such as Nescafé coffee.

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A spokesman said: “Earlier this year, Which? named Lidl as the Cheapest Supermarket 2020, demonstrating that Lidl continues to offer UK shoppers consistently unbeatable prices.”

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Shopping basket full of groceries