Eye-watering food study shows extra cost of 'convenience' stores - saving tips
Consumer group Which? compared prices at Tesco Express and Sainsbury’s Local with their larger supermarkets and online - with some shocking results when it comes to overspending
How you could be paying £100s more using convenience stores over supermarkets
There are steep mark-ups at both Sainsbury’s and Tesco convenience stores (Picture: Sky Armstrong) Your local shop could be costing you hundreds of pounds more a year. There, we said it. Whether we like to admit it or not, a quick trip for groceries from Sainsbury’s and Tesco convenience store does cost more. Families know they are charged more at supermarkets’ small branches than at the main ones, but today we can reveal by just how much. A st…
Shopping at convenience stores instead of bigger supermarkets could cost you an extra £800 a year
The study, run by Which? found items such as Heinz Cream Of Tomato soup and Birdseye Potato Waffles are costing consumers more when brought from a local shop rather than a big supermarket.
Convenience stores likely to cost shoppers hundreds more over a year – study
Shoppers who regularly buy groceries from Tesco and Sainsbury’s convenience stores instead of their bigger supermarkets are likely to pay hundreds of pounds more over the course of a year, according to a study.
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