Supermarket Prices

Discussion in 'General Weight Loss Discussion' started by Seanamall21, 11 May 2014 Social URL.

  1. Seanamall21

    Seanamall21 Full Member

    Hi folks,

    Starting a detox which required a lot of fruit and veg, so, my question is, where do you go shopping and where do you find is the cheapest for buying fruit and veg??

    I have found that the majority of packs of fruit and veg are in and around a pound in asda, but have been advised that lidl is the place to go for fresh food!

    Any suggestions??

    Many thanks!!
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  3. Beckieee

    Beckieee Silver Member

    Aldi. So much cheaper and good quality too.
  4. Prosecco

    Prosecco Full Member

    I have just discovered and converted to Aldi, I have been a morrisons and m and s girl but the fruit and veg is great and so much cheaper at aldi...
  5. Beckieee

    Beckieee Silver Member

    Strawberries for 89p :happy036:
  6. -Rhino-

    -Rhino- Member

    Also if you have any markets nearby they can be quite good :)

    You can freeze a lot of it for later too.
  7. Maria

    Maria Was born to shop

    Definitely Aldi, the quality is really good.
  8. snowflakes

    snowflakes Full Member

    I've always found the quality and price at Lidl to be really good and they frequently have a third off or half price veg offers, which I've noticed not as many of the mainstream supermarkets seem to do now.
  9. pippalata

    pippalata Gold Member

    I find that the things I get from lidl don't last long, which is why I guess it's pretty cheap. If you're happy to go shopping on a regular basis though you should be fine.
  10. Sp33dybabycakes

    Sp33dybabycakes Full Member

    Go to aldi for my fruit and veg do it on a weekly basis x
  11. PrincessSparklePants

    PrincessSparklePants Little Miss Christmas

    I find Aldi doesn't tend to last too long freshness wise (mostly apples) but the food is great

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