Aldi named cheapest supermarket in September

Aldi has beaten rival discounter Lidl for the title of cheapest supermarket in September by just 37p, according to the latest Which? analysis.

The consumer organisation compared prices for a basket of 22 products. On average shoppers would have paid £24.03 at Aldi or £24.40 at Lidl.

The most expensive supermarket – Waitrose – was more than £9 pricier than Aldi for an equivalent basket of groceries.

A basket of the same products cost £29.84 at Ocado, while Tesco and Morrisons both charged £28.31.

Sainsbury’s was in fourth place, costing £27.95 in total, followed by the basket at Asda which would set customers back £26.19.

Groceries with some of the biggest price differences included Maltesers and own-brand black grapes, which respectively cost £1.51 and £1.11 less at Aldi than at Waitrose.

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