Supermarket chain Aldi is toasting a successful 2017 after achieving record sales over the Christmas period.
The company made more than £10billion in 2017 - with boss Matthew Burns saying millions of shoppers switched to the budget supermarket from more expensive retailers for the festive food.
We asked you, the readers, where you do most of your shopping. More than 200 of you voted - and Aldi took the title with 50% of the vote.
Asda, Morrisons and Lidl were next in line with 14%, 12% and 10% respectively - and Co-op came last with only a handful of votes (3%).
You had plenty to say about the weekly shop.
Here are some of your comments from social media:
Margaret Crosby: "Depends on prices. When the identical can of Baxters soup is 75p in B&M and £1.50 in Sainsbury's, for example, you'd have to be really thick to pay the higher price!"
Wanda Stockdale: "I like Aldi, but it can be a right pain in the backside to have to put your shopping back in your trolley and then pack it, particularly when you have a disability.
"My fave shop is Sainsbury's lovely staff and really helpful."
Dawn Cressey: "We use Sainsbury's, Asda, B&M as they are all on our doorstep but we have started using a brand new Lidl. It's very nice and I was pleasantly surprised."
Adeleine Stubbs: "Selective shopping mostly Sainsbury's as I prefer their fruit and veg but I do shop in Aldi for some things and I like the Nectar points."
Anne Hewitt: "Go to Aldi for some things but the checkout drive me nuts the way they rush you and on some occasions serve the next person before I've walked away."
Jennie Ford: "Aldi for frequent visits as its nearby or Asda for a large shop but Lidl has the best fresh bakery food by far."
Denise Houston: "OK for bits and bobs can't get full shop there don't get help with your packing or proper customer service desk."
Michelle Whale: "Tescos are doing a lot for the homeless instead of chucking food away. Good on Tesco."
Neil Simon: "At £1.22 for all my veg for 5 Christmas Day and Boxing Day I know where I'm shopping!"
Paul Moore Snr: "Aldi and Lidl lead the others follow."
Carol Burton: "Only ever use Aldi for the odd thing, I'd rather pay a little more knowing my family will eat what I've bought, but each to their own."
Joanne Guttridge: "Aldi. Iceland and Home Bargains. Basically I shop about for bargains."
Valerie Waters: "Don't like Aldi never enough staff on tills, hate having to stand in long queues, with only a couple of items,I usually end up putting things back and going to Morrisons."
Paul Green: "They all have their individual merits. Depends what I need to buy."