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Which? reveals the best own-brand wines and spirits

Supermarket own-label gin and white wine has beaten big-name brands like Gordon's in our wines and spirits taste test. Find out which drinks came out on top.

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Five top tips for avoiding scams

Which? gives its top tips for avoiding the onslaught of scams many of us encounter in everyday life. Also find out how to protect vulnerable friends and family.

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Which? reveals the cheapest stores for toiletries

Which? research compares the price of toiletries at Asda, Boots, Morrisons, Sainsbury's, Superdrug, Tesco and more to reveal which one is the cheapest.

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Supermarkets get lowest possible hygiene ratings

Supermarkets including a Co-op, a Spar and a Tesco Express got zero food hygiene ratings in food hygiene inspections

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Does your spice rack contain fake oregano?

Cutting edge food fraud study, revealed exclusively to Which?, finds that 25% of tested samples of dried oregano contained other ingredients.

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Which? reveals Best Buy smoked salmon

Discover which best smoked salmon is worth splashing out on. Avoid slimy slices and enjoy a delicous fishy treat with your scrambled eggs.

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Which supermarket was cheapest in May 2015?

Every month Which? compares the price of a basket of groceries to discover which supermarket is cheapest. Discover the cheapest supermarket for May 2015.

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Revealed: the special offers that cost you money

We reveal the special offers from supermarkets and other shops - Asda, Tesco, Boots and more - that cost you money and appear to break government guidelines.

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Which supermarket was cheapest in April 2015?

Every month we compare the prices of a basket of everyday groceries to find out which supermarket is cheapest this month. Discover the results for April 2015.

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Revealed: the salads and sandwiches with more fat than a burger

Unwrapped: Foods that you grab on the go from the high street that contain more calories than a McDonald's Big Mac, as well as high levels of fat, sugar or salt

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