The UK’s cheapest supermarket has been chosen.

Every month, consumer experts at Which? find out which out of the eight biggest supermarkets in the UK, offer best value for money.

This is great news for those who want to get the best deals – because you’ll save a lot of money.

Using an independent price comparison site, Which? has calculated the average price, including special offers but not multi buys, for each item throughout the month.

The cheapest supermarket in October was Aldi, where a small trolley of 32 items cost £27.13.

Which? compared 32 branded and own-label items, from semi-skimmed milk and free-range eggs to Hovis wholemeal bread and Knorr vegetable stock pots.

It was swiftly followed by rival discounter Lidl, where a small trolley was £4.46 more expensive.

According to Which?, this is an unusually large difference between the two supermarkets.

In third place was Asda, where the same food items cost £33.85, and Morrisons £35.17.

Tesco came in at number five, where a small trolley cost £35.51, followed by Sainsbury’s at £37.44, and Ocado at £43.67.

The same shop at Waitrose cost £44.13 – the most expensive out of the bunch.

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Here are the results:

Aldi – £27.13

Lidl – £31.59

Asda – £33.85

Morrisons – £35.17

Tesco – £35.51

Sainsbury’s – £37.44

Ocado – £43.67

Waitrose – £44.13

That means there was a £17 difference between the cheapest supermarket, and the most expensive.

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