We were live on 16 July 2021 with Which? expert Marianne Calnan answering your questions about supermarkets. Check the comments for he responses.
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Sainsbury’s has confirmed that an email promising £90 for taking part in a ‘marketing survey’ has nothing to do with it. Here’s what the email looks like.
Has your supermarket delivery arrived with fresh products approaching their use-by/best before date within just a day or two? If so, we’d like to hear from you.
It’s been three months since Marks and Spencer became available on Ocado. Is it still a draw, or are you shopping online elsewhere?
Sainsbury’s has become the first major supermarket to stop selling fireworks, but do you agree with its decision? And will other supermarkets follow suit?
With so many people now doing their shopping online, delivery slots have been hard to come by. Have you managed to get one over the last month?
I think the issue of palm oil is much more complex than simply cutting it out altogether. Instead, we need to work towards a sustainable solution. Do you agree?
On what’s set to be the hottest day of the year so far, we’re discussing open supermarket fridges. Are they wasting energy?
If not, why not!? Trials are underway at Sainsbury’s and other supermarkets to make recycling cans and plastic bottles easier. Will they become commonplace?
Grocery shopping usually ends with a visit to the checkouts and often a bit of queuing… un-till now. Are we ready for a till-less revolution? Do we need one!?
The UK’s largest supermarket is on the front foot again today, launching its new budget store: Jack’s. But will it really rival Aldi, Lidl and other discounters?
The supermarket’s promise to keep prices in line with rival stores will end next month after eight years. But will you miss price guarantees?
Supermarkets have monitored our shopping habits for decades and designed stores to influence us – but is that all about to change?
Shopping can be an overwhelming experience for many, so are proposals for a ‘quiet hour’ a welcome idea? Our guest community author Caroline Pritchard gives her experience…