April 2023: UK’s most cost-effective grocery store revealed!


Isobel Lawrance

4th Might 2023

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April 2023: UK’s most cost-effective grocery store revealed.

Each month, we deliver you the UK’s most cost-effective grocery store, in accordance with shopper web site Which?.  

Final month, we revealed the most cost effective grocery store for March 2023 – excluding discounted outlets Aldi and Lidl – was Sainsbury’s. This was shocking to many, with Sainsbury’s typically being seen as a ‘posher’ or costlier retailer by many patrons. 

This month we’re again, bringing you the most cost effective place to purchase groceries in April 2023. 

And the winner is… 


Each month, the evaluation by Which? compares the costs of a basket of 39 widespread grocery objects at eight of the UK’s greatest supermarkets. The patron champion discovered that in April, consumers might save a tidy £17 on a basket of things from Aldi, in comparison with the most costly retailer.  

The outcomes confirmed that the basket of 39 items from Aldi price £69.99, on common, throughout the month. Lidl wasn’t far behind, with a value distinction of simply 65p (£70.64). The hole between supermarkets has elevated nonetheless, with outcomes for March exhibiting only a 25p distinction. 

Waitrose got here in as the most costly grocery store, coming in at a median of £87.33 over the month – a staggering distinction of £17.34, or 24.7% extra. 

A big trolley of 135 objects was additionally in contrast. These things include the unique 39 merchandise, plus 96 extra. This evaluation excluded Aldi and Lidl nonetheless, as they don’t promote the total vary of things included – resembling branded objects. 

The most affordable trolley got here from Asda, coming in at £343.46. The following most cost-effective was Sainsbury’s which got here in at £10.50 extra, or £353.96 for the trolley. Waitrose as soon as once more was the most costly trolley – virtually £40 greater than Asda (£382.22). That’s 11.2% extra! 

As soon as once more, this evaluation from Which? reveals that appreciable financial savings could be made by shoppers, relying on the place they have an inclination to buy meals. While extra supermarkets are introducing reductions and worth manufacturers, extra have to be completed to help shoppers with rising meals prices. 

Ele Clark, Which? Retail Editor, stated: 

“The value of foods and drinks has continued to soar as individuals endure by the worst price of dwelling disaster in many years. It’s no shock to see many individuals turning to discounters like Aldi and Lidl when our analysis reveals they might save as much as £17 on a basket of on a regular basis groceries by doing so. 

“Supermarkets aren’t at the moment doing sufficient to assist consumers. Which? believes the large retailers have a duty to make sure everybody has easy accessibility to primary, inexpensive meals ranges at a retailer close to them, and to offer clear and comparable pricing so individuals can simply work out which merchandise provide one of the best worth.” 




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