Cheap own-brand mayonnaise from two leading supermarkets were rated higher than Heinz and Hellmann's in our blind taste test.
Cheap own-brand salted crisps from two leading supermarkets were rated higher than Pipers and Tyrrells our blind taste test.
See which supermarket aperitif beat the big brand Aperol, and find out how best to serve citrus aperitifs for the most satisfying summer cocktail.
Over the weekend Which? hosted a caterpillar cake blind taste test. We bought Colin from Marks and Spencer, Calli from Tesco, Wiggles from Sainsbury's, Cecil from Waitrose, Charlie from Co-op and Clyde from Asda to see who is the King or Queen of caterpillar cakes.
Switching to reduced sugar baked beans could be an easy way to cut down your sugar intake, but do you lose out on taste? We've pitted Heinz Beanz against Heinz No Added Sugar baked beans in a blind taste test to find out.
An exclusive Which? taste test found one supermarket makes better frozen sweet potato fries than those we tested from leading brands McCain and Strong Roots. See which brands are best, plus how to season your fries for perfect flavour.
If you usually pick up a bottle of Baileys at Christmas, you might be wondering whether it's worth switching to a supermarket own label Irish cream liqueur to save money. Find out whether cheap Aldi and Lidl versions still make for an indulgent tipple at Christmas time.
Three wines in our blind tasting were good enough to be named Which? Best Buys
We put eight vegetable gravy granules to the test and just one supermarket own-label gravy was named a Which? Best Buy.
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.