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More than two thirds of British households shop with Aldi

The latest data from Kantar has revealed that more than two thirds (66.4%) of British households now shop with Aldi, making it the third most popular… View Article

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More than two thirds of British households shop with Aldi

The latest data from Kantar has revealed that more than two thirds (66.4%) of British households now shop with Aldi, making it the third most popular grocer, ahead of Sainsbury’s.

One pound in every ten that is spent in British supermarkets now goes through Aldi’s tills after grocery analyst Kantar confirmed it has a double-digit (10.1%) share of the market for the first time.

According to Kantar, households switched over £300m in grocery spend to Aldi in the first quarter of this year to save money. The analysis also shows that Aldi shoppers are buying more items per visit than at any other supermarket as they get more for their money at the discounter.

Giles Hurley, Chief Executive Officer of Aldi UK, said: “Almost 19 million shoppers are taking advantage of our brand-like quality and unbeatable prices.

“People are facing difficult choices about how they spend their money and are changing the way they shop.

“Shoppers are switching from big stores with big prices to counter the effects of inflation and keep more of their money in their pockets.

“Independent analysis shows we are consistently the UK’s cheapest supermarket, and our commitment to our customers is that will always be the case.”

Which? has named Aldi as the cheapest supermarket for the last ten-months consecutively.

In its latest comparison, Which? found that on a basket of 41 items the full-price supermarkets were 15% more expensive on average, with Aldi costing just £72.54, compared with Tesco at £81.58, Morrisons at £83.63 and Waitrose costing £92.55.

 

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