Shopping, food & drink
Which? reveals how swapping 'superfoods' for cheaper but still nutritious alternatives could save up to £439 a year, for example by ditching salmon for sardines
Discover which supermarket had the cheapest prices items, according to Which?'s comparison of Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury's, Ocado and Waitrose.
A number of the unit prices on Tesco’s website are incorrect and could cause consumers to unknowingly buy a more expensive product, Which? has found.
Lush is the number one shop overall in the 2014 Which? shops survey. See the full list of the best and worst shops according to our survey of 12,504 shoppers.
Which? reveals the ready meals that contain the most sugar, including one that contains as much as two chocolate bars
Which? testing of lamb takeaways reveals you don't always get what you order. Out of 60 lamb dishes tested, 40% contained other meats and some had no lamb in.
We fitted shoppers with motion eye-tracking technology to reveal the tactics that supermarkets use to get you to part with your cash - from shelves to offers
Just how much do Easter eggs cost compared to a regular chocolate bar? Which? experts compare the prices gram for gram. You may be surprised at the results...
We've rounded up five pricing tactics from shrinking products to big ‘value’ packs that work out more expensive and offer tips for your supermarket shop.
Which? can reveal the UK's best and worst supermarkets, as voted for by over 7,000 shoppers. Find out how Tesco, Sainsbury's, Asda and Morrisons were rated.