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Cheapest basket of goods in April
Across the past month, a basket of goods cost £75.25 on average at Aldi, while Lidl was just behind with a difference of £1.93 (£77.18).
Waitrose was the most expensive this month, with a basket of goods totalling £91.80, that is 22% more than Aldi – a difference of £16.55.
Asda was yet again the cheapest for this larger trolley of groceries, a title it has held since January 2020.
In June 2023, it cost £333.16 on average for this shop, beating the next cheapest, Morrisons (£343.41), by £10.25.
Waitrose was an eye-watering £36.73 more expensive than Asda, coming in at £369.89, on average, for the trolley of comparable goods – 11% more.