Shopping, food & drink
Where can you buy the best baby and child products? Which? reveals what shoppers think of retailers including John Lewis, Argos and Mamas & Papas.
A Which? investigation has found retailers charging as much as 155% more for garden furniture than they did a year ago. Find out which stores hiked prices, from Wickes to Screwfix.
While we did find differences between jeans, we were surprised to see that how durable they were didn’t depend on price – affordable own-brand jeans beat branded products that cost more than five times as much.
Our investigation looked at pills and powders containing yohimbine and synephrine - two ingredients The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) said have 'considerable potential to cause harm if used without medical supervision or advice.'
The clothing industry has been called out for misleading green claims. Find out why fast fashion has such an impact, and how to choose sustainable fabrics
Which? reveals the supermarkets you can rely on for fresh food, plus those delivering past-it produce that could be dangerous to eat.
Wondering whether you can you put compostable plastic on your compost heap? Here are the labels to look out for.
Find out the best way to clean your kid's water water bottle based on findings from Which?'s latest tests to ensure your little one isn't drinking from a dirty germ-filled bottle.
We pitted a traditional dairy-based Greek yoghurt against Oatly and Alpro’s plant-based alternatives in a blind taste test
Where can you buy the cheapest DIY products? Which? compares B&Q, Homebase, Screwfix, Wickes and more, revealing the best retailers for customer service as well as prices.