Shopping smart can shave hundreds off your annual food bill.
We previously revealed the best times to shop, including when to find yellow sticker items.
And now, Money Saving Expert has revealed which products to pick up at which supermarket. Here are their top tips.
If you’re looking for cheap baked goods, Lidl is the best destination.
Bargain hunters should look out for orange labels if they want to find discounts of up to 30%.
Even if you don’t need anything from the bread aisle, it could be wise to pick up the products anyway.
You can easily store them in the freezer until you’re ready to eat them.
Red and white stickers mark reductions in this budget-friendly supermarket.
Unlike other stores, Aldi’s discounts tend to be on non-food items.
Check homeware, books and skincare for the best bargains.
Your best bet is to do this in the evening time, where the biggest reductions tend to take place.
The British drugstore is known for having an affordable meal deal, but this isn’t the only cheap grub you can get hold of there.
From 2pm, the retailer is likely to discount their sandwiches and sides.
If you’re getting a later lunch, you can grab these goods from as little as 50p.
Holland & Barrett
Anyone with intolerances knows the pain of free from-from foods being pricier.
If you’re looking to reduce your spend on these items, MSE recommends that you pop to Holland & Barrett.
The health store offers can offer discounts of 50% or more in their chilled fridge.
All you need to do is look out for red stickers.
If you’re lucky enough to live near a Home Bargains with a food section, you could get hold of treats on the cheap.
White receipts are used to label discounted items, so keep your eyes peeled from them.
You can find all manner of products at a lower prices, from couscous to fresh fruit and vegetables.