Shopping, food & drink
We reveal the how Amazon sellers use fake reviews to boost their rankings - are those five star reviews too good to be true?
How can vulnerable people get essential groceries during the coronavirus outbreak? Which? explains the help on offer from the government, supermarkets and community groups.
Discover which roast potatoes were rated best in our taste test. Our consumer tasting panel rated Aunt Bessie's and Bannisters alongside eight supermarket own label versions including Aldi, Asda and Tesco to find out which make the ultimate roast dinner accompaniment.
Shop-bought tomato soups vary in terms of salt, sugar, fat and calories, depending on whether they are tinned, packet or refrigerated. We take a look at some popular brands so you know what you're getting and can make the best choice for you.
What's the best supermarket Yorkshire pudding? We pitch the big brands against one another in a blind taste test to find out.
We've tasted cans of the new alcohol-free Guinness 0.0 to see how it compares to Guinness Draught. See if our tasters were able to tell the difference between cans of alcoholic and non-alcoholic Guinness cans, and which one they recommend.
Which? reveals how food could become more expensive if there's a no-deal Brexit due to the tariffs applied to popular groceries.
Which? has researched the best month of the year for John Lewis sales - and you might be surprised by the results.
Which? looks at the deals released so far as part of Amazon Prime Day. How much money could you save and are the products on offer any good?
The internet is full of inaccurate nutrition and health advice. Here we address popular food myths and show you don't need to avoid the foods you've been led to fear or avoid such as soya, dairy and MSG.