What happens when worlds collide? Find out in this face-off between middle class haven, Sainsbury’s and our cheap ‘n’ cheerful challenger, Aldi.
Milk – A staple item, Sainsbury’s cost nearly double what Aldi were offering:
Ditto eggs, although the Sainsbury’s free range guarantee means you can eat your breakfast with a slightly clearer conscience:
That 60p you save will make this Aldi cheese taste all the better:
We’re not sure how much we trust sausages for under £1, but nobody really knows what goes into them anyway, right?
This student staple is just 75p at Aldi vs a criminal £1.15 at Sainsbury’s:
There wasn’t too much difference on veg prices, but the pennies add up:
With prices like these however, there really is no excuse not to get your 5-a-day:
The price of this soup alone is enough to warm you up, 89p vs £1.60:
We were blown away not just by how ridiculously cheap these biscuits are, but also by the wide selection of tasty treats in general at Aldi:
A trip to Aldi wouldn’t be complete without some knock-off brands though, bowl of “Craze” anyone?
Whens’a your “Cucina Sauce for Bolognese” day?
As every student knows, pizza is a utility item, being suitable for breakfast lunch and dinner, so finding one that comes in at under £1? Essential:
So, there you have it! Aldi is (predictably) the winner. True you might be able to ‘Taste the Difference’ but you’ll also feel the difference in your bank balance too.
For the ultimate #littletwist, looks like you’re better off shopping at Aldi!