Our investigation found that pesto sold by some supermarkets contains a number of surprising ingredients. Do you add anything extra to your pesto to make it the… best-o?
Environment Secretary Michael Gove has put forward plans for a deposit return scheme on plastic drinks bottles and cans. Our guest author, Will Coultas, asks: is this a step towards combating our waste problem or an unfair new levy on consumers?
We’re used to roads and railways grinding to a halt at the faintest whiff of snow – but empty supermarket shelves are a rare sight. Our guest, Hannah Jolliffe, asks: did you run out of supplies during the snowy spell, or are you a savvy stockpiler?
The results of our annual supermarket survey are in and there’s a new top shop in town. But while it scores highly for value for money, it rates lower than others for in-store experience. What’s your preference? (more on supermarket survey 2018…)
How do Valentine’s Day flowers bought online fare? Should you share the love and splash out on your Valentine or do you think the whole event is just over-commercialised nonsense?
Do you love special offers or hate being sucked in? In a survey of Which? members, we found that 50% of them don’t trust supermarket special offers and, according to our latest research, they could have good reason to be suspicious…
According to a recent YouGov survey, the UK’s online grocery market has failed to ‘lift off’ and still lags behind the traditional trip to the supermarket. So, how do you like to shop for your groceries?
They taste exactly the same as the fruit you’re used to – they’re just not orange. Would you put them in your shopping basket?
The old round pound coins cease to be legal tender on Sunday 15 October. Have you spent all yours, and is this changeover more trouble than it’s worth?
Scientists at the world’s largest cocoa producer, Barry Callebaut, have discovered a new, all natural chocolate with a fruity berry flavour. Its pink hue has earned it the name: Ruby chocolate.
What do you think makes the perfect banger?
According to a YouGov poll, almost half of consumers would rather pay more than see their favourite products shrink. Are you among them? (more on shrinkflation…)
Decomposing bags of salad, only 16p! Half a dozen roses, give or take a couple of browning blooms, just £5.50! A dented tin of bean for 13 pennies! Is there a limit to you perishable goods bargain hunting?
Rejoice! It’s the weekend and, as such, some of you may well be tucking into a bottle (or two – just remember to drink sensibly, folks) of plonk. But how much should you spend for a decent bottle?