Best and worst supermarkets
By Matt Clear
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We asked hundreds of Aldi shoppers what they think of Aldi's stores - read on to find out how Aldi stacks up against other supermarkets.
Discount supermarket Aldi opened its first store in Germany in 1913.
Aldi entered the British market in the nineties, like fellow German retailer Lidl. In February 2017, Aldi became the fifth largest supermarket in the UK, after its market share overtook that of Co-op Food.
Is Aldi the UK's best supermarket?
We surveyed thousands of shoppers to discover which are the best and worst supermarkets, as rated by their customers. More than 700 Aldi customers rated Aldi on everything from customer service to quality of food and pricing. Which? members can log in now to unlock the scores in the table below and find out the verdict on Aldi.
Once you're logged in, you will also see which Aldi products are rated as Best Buys. We include Aldi products in tests of food and drink, such as Champagne and cheese, and cleaning products, such as washing-up liquid and dishwasher tablets. If you're a regular Aldi shopper, take a look at our Aldi offers guide. We try out the supermarket's special-buy offers on electricals – from coffee machines to irons – to help you decide which ones are worth buying.
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|Products being in stock|
|Range of products|
|Quality of own-label products|
|Quality of fresh products|
|Value for money|
|Staff availability and helpfulness|
|Ease of finding products|
Which? members can log in now to unlock the scores in the table above, find out the verdict on Aldi and reveal which Aldi products are Best Buys.
Not yet a Which? member? Sign up for a £1 trial to get instant access to our results plus all of our online reviews.