Cost of Living: This is the best value supermarket shopping basket in South Tyneside this week

The Shields Gazette has compared prices across the area’s major supermarkets this week to help our readers save money.

Who had the cheapest trolley?
Who had the cheapest trolley?

Shoppers across South Tyneside are spoiled for choice with a number of major stores to choose from.

Every week we compare prices across a range of items found in a typical weekly shopping basket to help you decide where you’ll get the best value.

How did the supermarkets compare?

Where will you be shopping this week?

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There are some great deals to be had this week, wherever you choose to shop.

Tesco charged 40p for 1kg of carrots, it was 50p for 500g of lentil soup at Sainsbury’s and at Aldi it cost 60p for one litre of orange juice.

Which supermarket had the best-value basket this week?

Check out our handy graphic to check how much items cost at different supermarkets. Prices are correct as of Thursday, September 122.

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According to our comparison, Aldi had the best-value shop this week for a 19-item basket, totting up at £13.19.

Asda, Iceland and Lidl were unable to take part in our price comparison this week.

If you’ve spotted a great value deal while shopping in South Tyneside, let us know on Twitter @ShieldsGazette

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