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Aldi named Britain’s cheapest supermarket for second year

Consumer group Which? has named Aldi the Cheapest Supermarket of the Year for 2022, after conducting its annual price comparison of UK supermarkets. 

Having also won the accolade in 2021 and being named the UK’s Cheapest Supermarket for the last seven months of 2022, it will come as no surprise to many that Aldi has once again been revealed as the retailer that will save shoppers the most money on their weekly shop.

Looking at the price of groceries and everyday household essentials such as bread, milk and eggs, the latest annual survey from Which? has found that Aldi is officially the UK’s Cheapest Supermarket.

Julie Ashfield,  Managing  Director of Buying at  Aldi,  said:

“We’re absolutely delighted to be yet again named the Cheapest Supermarket of the Year.

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“As we head into the new year with continuing uncertainty and further challenging times ahead, we want to assure our customers that Aldi remains resolutely committed to providing them with the best quality products at the lowest possible prices.

“We are delighted that our efforts have been recognised by Which? for a second consecutive year.’’

In December, Which? found Aldi to be £30.99 cheaper than the most expensive supermarket, Waitrose, £11.79 cheaper than Tesco and £14.08 cheaper than Sainsbury’s.

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