The UK’s cheapest supermarket has been renovated – between ASTA, Tesco, Morrisons, Little, Aldi and Sainsbury’s.
Little topped the table earlier this year, but has now been beaten by Aldi.
Consumer website Which? Comparing prices for a basket of 20 products throughout April, shoppers in Aldi average. 22.64 were found to have paid.
It won Little by only 12p with a whisker.
Shopping at Vaitros – which came as an expensive retailer – costs shoppers 25 8.25 more than going to the Altik.
Here are eight supermarkets compared to each other Which? Findings:
Julie Ashfield, Managing Director, Purchasing at Aldi, said: “We continue to focus on delivering the best value to our customers and are proud to be named the UK’s cheapest supermarket for April.”
When Aldi came out on top of the top eight supermarkets, it was ASDA that took out the ‘Big Four’ crown.
Yesterday Aldi split shoppers by releasing her June Mass event – or more clearly, Christmas in June.
Writing on Facebook, the supermarket said: “Let’s be honest, last Christmas we didn’t have hearts, and the snow-dripping bell didn’t sound like it usually does.
“So we think it’s time for two rounds. Perfect Christmas, hug your niece, get the whole family together and go to town with all the cuts. One. It’s June. Mark your calendars for June 25th, look in the store for some surprises, and be nice.” “
It has already been revealed that the chop pieces will be back, and shoppers have been told to close their eyes for the festive favorites that will be in store next month.