Tag: supermarkets

Do you splash the cash on so-called ‘superfoods’?

by , Senior Food Researcher Consumer Rights 21 July 2014
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Blueberries

I regularly read news stories about the next superfood that will change my life, but are they really worth splashing out on? Find out how much you could save by swapping pricey superfoods for cheaper alternatives. (read more about cheaper superfoods...)

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Which shops play the most annoying background music?

by , Which? Magazine Deputy Editor Consumer Rights 5 July 2014
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Fingers in ears

We’ve had lots of requests to cover annoying music in shops, from radio stations in supermarkets to pop hits in tech stores. So we want to know which shops and music irritates you the most. (more about annoying music...)

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Your view: supermarket budget range foods

by , Conversation Editor Consumer Rights 27 June 2014
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Shopper carrying supermarket basket

Our Shefalee has been fishing for your views on budget food. Do you put supermarket budget ranges in your shopping basket? Here’s a round-up of some of your comments. (your view on budget ranges...)

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Do you buy budget range food?

by , Senior Food Researcher Energy & Home 18 June 2014
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Food prices can

We’re planning an investigation later this year on the differences between supermarket budget, standard and premium food ranges and we want to hear your experiences. Are you buying more budget food? (more about budget food...)

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Your view: remarks on regulation

by , Conversation Editor Consumer Rights 4 May 2014
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Speech bubbles

We invited Vince Cable to explain what the Government is doing to put consumers at the forefront of regulation. The debate was quickly in full swing, so we've rounded up some of your best comments. (more about regulation..)

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Is it an Aldi fish or a Saucy fish? A fishy tale continues…

by , Parliamentary Manager Consumer Rights 3 May 2014
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Goldfish

One year on from our last copycat packaging debate and the Government is consulting on making it easier for companies to take action against other firms they feel copy their packs. What do you think about copycats? (more about copycat packaging...)

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Vince Cable: ‘Getting the fair deal you deserve’

by , Business Secretary Consumer Rights 1 May 2014
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Vince Cable

In his second guest post for our site, Business Secretary Vince Cable reviews how the Government is tackling regulation to improve the rail networks, the energy market and shopping at your local supermarket... (more about regulatory reform...)

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We investigate supermarket tactics that make you buy more

by , Senior Home Researcher Energy & Home 16 April 2014
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Supermarket

It’s no secret that when you visit a supermarket intending to buy a loaf of bread it’s easy to leave with three air fresheners and some asparagus instead. But you may not know why… (more about supermarket psychology...)

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Do you swear at self-service checkouts?

by , Conversation Editor Consumer Rights 23 February 2014
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Self-service checkout

Frustration with self-service checkouts has led to a third of British shoppers swearing at these machines. Have you reached the end of your tether with a self-service checkout? (more about self-service checkouts...)

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For and against switching supermarkets to Aldi

by , Which? Magazine Editor Energy & Home 20 February 2014
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Aldi balloon

Have you had that conversation about Aldi/Lidl yet (delete as applicable)? The one where the converted shopper explains how much they saved on their weekly shop by ‘giving it a try’… (more about Aldi...)

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Do you question your supermarket’s pricing tactics?

by , Senior Home Researcher Energy & Home 18 February 2014
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Special offer campaign labels

You may be a shopper who follows a list, compares prices and doubts every offer. Or you may just sling things in a basket and hope for the best. But however you shop, working out what’s cheapest is not always easy. (more on supermarket pricing tactics...)

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Jo Swinson: how together we made supermarkets price it right

by , Consumer Affairs Minister Consumer Rights 11 December 2013
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Food on supermarket shelves

Jo Swinson has been working with the supermarkets and Which? to make food prices clearer and easier to compare. In this guest post, Jo shares the progress they’ve made and plans for the future. (more about supermarket prices...)

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Clear the supermarket shelves of misleading multibuys

by , Campaigns Manager Energy & Home 19 November 2013
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Special offer campaign labels

From daft special offers to dodgy discounts – does your supermarket send you off your trolley with its pricing tactics? Our latest Which? campaign is calling on the supermarkets to Make Special Offers Special. (more about special offers...)

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