Has anyone costed out the complete shops at the various supermarkets to assess where has most ingredients and is cheaper??

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Heather_Odling
over 3 years

Mysupermarket.co.uk is a great price comparison tool for most major supermarkets.

autieflipper
over 3 years

Yeah bulk buy I got a discount health store that get some of my food and coconut oil for as well

Lynn Watkinson
over 3 years

Thanks guys X

Lynn Marie Thomas
over 3 years

For the dry things like nuts, seeds, buckwheat etc I find the health foods sites & Amazon a good cost saver. Healthy supplies, whole foods. Com are two I have used & saved.

autieflipper
over 3 years

I got a bowl of avocados from my local market for £1 a whole bowl

autieflipper
over 3 years

Some vegs I can get on the local market for under £10 so if u got one off those I would like into that

autieflipper
over 3 years

Lynn trust me I've done my fair share of coupon inch. Say cucumber was 49p in tesco, but sainsburys was 45p u will get difference back for example. U need to do that using 10 or more items I'm a couponer so I know how to do things

Susan McGarrigle
over 3 years

I'm a lidl convert, do about 90% of my shooing there and tesco for top up. Find I can get most including seeds and nuts there. I got my flours / advocado oil from Amazon and a few things from holland and Barrett. Observation yesterday, tesco's advocado' s were £1.75 each. Lidl 89p...

Lynn Watkinson
over 3 years

At the moment I have two children, work part time and am studying for my executive coaching exams.... So I probably will have to bite the bullet and go to one place just to keep things simple for now. Meditation will be much loved!!!

sisforsophie
over 3 years

I don't think you'll find one supermarket cheaper than another for everything on the list, just certain products. I tend to get most veg, tinned items and nuts/seeds from Aldi as they're by far the cheapest but for the premium products like oils, brown rice pasta, buckwheat noodles etc then Sainsburys or a health food shop - most supermarkets will charge around about the same for the higher end products so you could go to any of them. If you want to get a good deal for everything on the list, it's probably best to visit a few different shops and not get it all in one place 😊

clomeg
over 3 years

Things like nuts, seeds and tinned stuff chickpeas chopped tomatoes etc are a lot cheaper in lidl if you have one near to you. I'm starting the plan today and yesterday picked bits from there along with my normal ocado shop X

Lynn Watkinson
over 3 years

I have been at tesco too but their guarantee is only for branded items- so a very veg heavy shop wouldn't be refunded. But busy over the next month but I might try at some point to cost up each week at each supermarket, taking not of what is also not available!

Emma jane
over 3 years

I like it Lynn, have you tried my supermarket.com I think it is? Doesn't always have everything but gives you a good idea.x

autieflipper
over 3 years

If I do tesco I get refund if groceries cheaper else where by voucher for next shop