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Is Lidl launching an online grocery delivery service?

Which? investigates rumours of an online grocery service launch for discount supermarket Lidl.

Tesco to launch new Clubcard Plus loyalty scheme: is it worth the cost?

The supermarket's new subscription service will cost £7.99 a month. Is it worth paying for and does this mark the end for the fee-free Clubcard scheme?

Shoppers are ditching branded groceries to cut costs – but where can you buy them for less?

Which? assesses new research which shows shoppers are cutting £11 from their grocery bills as they ditch branded groceries.

Waitrose Unpacked – is packaging-free food budget-friendly?

Waitrose has extended its packaging-free trial to stores in Abingdon, Cheltenham and Wallingford. The trial allows customers to bring in their own, refillable containers for fruit and veg, pasta, cereals,...

Tesco and Iceland’s crackdown on supermarket plastic bags

Tesco has announced a ban on plastic bags arriving with online groceries and Iceland is trialling a plastic-bag-free shop. Other supermarkets are already cutting down on plastic bags. What are the online grocers doing about plastic?

Which supermarket is cheapest for your barbecue food shopping?

We've compared a basket of popular barbecue foods, to find out which supermarket will help you grab a barbecue bargain

Seven ways to recycle better

Whether it’s giving packaging a quick rinse or taking stretchy plastic to a supermarket collection point, there’s lots you can do to cut down on plastic waste and help the...

What would a no-deal Brexit mean for your supermarket shop?

How will a no deal Brexit impact food prices, and will there be food shortages? What foods will be most impacted? We've spoken to the British Retail Consortium to find out.

Convenience stores fail to impress customers, Which? reveals

We reveal the best and worst convenience stores of 2019, from Sainsbury's, Tesco and Waitrose to McColls, Spar and Londis. How does your local store fare?

Shrinking products: are we paying more for less?

Some everyday products – from digestives to dishwashing tablets – have been getting steadily smaller for years, but it might not always be obvious, and the kicker is that often prices don’t shrink along with pack sizes.

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