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…
Six UK supermarkets have recalled a variety of frozen vegetable products over fears they may contain listeria. Have you been affected?
Last week, Waitrose announced that it will be deploying healthy eating specialists onto shop floors to steer customers away from junk food. Is this a move all supermarkets should be adopting?
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?