Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's, Morrisons, Aldi, Lidl, Waitrose and Ocado ranked most expensive

Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Aldi, Lidl, Waitrose and Ocado baskets of 78 items have been ranked in terms of value. It includes food and household essentials. So, which of the major supermarkets is cheapest?

What were the least to most expensive supermarkets for 175 items?

With Lidl and Aldi left out of the equation, Asda was cheapest, but Waitrose was knocked off the top spot.

Asda: £299.78

Morrisons: £312.38

Sainsbury’s: £317.99

Tesco: £324.03

Waitrose: £367.19

Ocado: £402.82

One shopper asked Tesco on social media: “Hi have just been to my tesco why have you removed the one way arrows, 2mtre (sic) distancing is now a shambles as people everywhere awful shopping experience, are we still not ment (sic) to be social distancing?”

Another said: “Tesco really need to have a rethink One way system in the Southampton teboura way store removed has meant it is difficult to social distance from people walking randomly all over the place and a group of four in store today as well!”

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