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Cheapest Supermarket in the UK for 2023: Aldi Holds the Crown for 15 Straight Months

Unbeaten Record for Aldi in Price Comparison

In a nation where rising costs are becoming the norm, Aldi has been a steadfast oasis for budget-conscious consumers in the UK. The reputable consumer group Which? has confirmed that for an unparalleled 15th consecutive month, Aldi continues to be the least expensive supermarket in the UK.

Consistent Savings for the Budget-Conscious Shopper

In its latest monthly supermarket price comparison, Which? scrutinized the costs of a standard shopping basket consisting of groceries and household essentials. Aldi’s basket was found to be £8.79 cheaper than Tesco and a substantial £14.30 less expensive than Waitrose, the most costly supermarket for the same goods.

Aldi’s Competitive Edge in Pricing

The average shopping basket cost at Aldi in August was just £65.21. This is in stark contrast to its competitors, such as Lidl at £66.53, Asda at £71.48, and Tesco at £74. Other supermarkets lagged even further behind, with Sainsbury’s at £74.12, Morrisons at £75.38, Ocado at £79.38, and Waitrose topping the list at £79.51.

Perfect Timing for Back-to-School Needs

Julie Ashfield, Managing Director of Buying at Aldi, commented, “August and September are challenging months for families who are preparing for the new academic year. At Aldi, we offer high-quality products at the most affordable prices, making it easier for families during these tough economic times.”

Exclusive Range for Students

Aligning with the back-to-school rush, Aldi has introduced a range of student essentials featuring items like bedding, décor, and kitchenware. With starting prices as low as £1.99, the offerings are bound to disappear quickly. As with all Aldi Specialbuys, once they’re gone, they’re gone.

Aldi’s consistent affordability gives families and students much-needed financial relief. Their 15-month reign as the UK’s cheapest supermarket shows that they are committed to providing top-notch products without breaking the bank.

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