In Which?'s monthly grocery price comparison exercise, Waitrose was found to be the most expensive supermarket – but which was the cheapest?
Every month, Which? compares grocery prices at the UK's biggest supermarkets to reveal where you can buy the cheapest food, drink and toiletries.
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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.
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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,...
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