In Which?'s monthly grocery price comparison exercise, Waitrose was found to be the most expensive supermarket – but which was the cheapest?
Should you ditch expensive Pampers nappies in favour of a cheaper supermarket alternative? Our tests have found some great value supermarket nappies, including a 5p nappy that we've awarded a Which? Best Buy.
Our recent slow cooker tests have uncovered an impressive Which? Best Buy just in time for Christmas, but we've also been hands-on with three dreaded Don't Buys.
Every month, Which? compares grocery prices at the UK's biggest supermarkets to reveal where you can buy the cheapest food, drink and toiletries.
Zorba Delicacies Limited has extended its houmous recall to include more than 80 products that are at risk of containing salmonella. The company, which supplies houmous to some of the...
Food recall: Houmous sold in Aldi, Asda, Lidl, Morrisons, Nando’s, Sainsbury’s and Spar poses salmonella risk
A company that makes and provides houmous to eight different supermarkets is recalling some of its product because they may contain salmonella.
We've analysed grocery prices at the six big supermarkets to reveal the cheapest supermarket in September 2019. Find out the latest supermarket news, too.
We've crunched the numbers for Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury's and more to reveal the cheapest supermarket for branded groceries in August 2019.
Which shop is the cheapest place to buy toiletries? We've compared Boots and Superdrug to the supermarkets to reveal where to buy the cheapest shampoo and more.
Supermarkets including Asda, Morrisons, Ocado, Tesco and Waitrose are using misleading special offers to tempt shoppers into buying more. Find out how to spot dodgy discounts and what you need to know about the deals on supermarket shelves.