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Aldi and Lidl shoppers face highest inflation hikes: Cost of basic groceries rise by more than 20%


Lidl and Aldi saw the biggest rise in prices for basic groceries such as milk, butter and cheese last year, a surprising study has found. 

Overall year-on-year price inflation hit 21.1% at Lidl and 20.8% at Aldi in December, according to the research by consumer magazine, Which?

Low-cost favourites at the German supermarkets are still cheaper overall compared to their rivals including Tesco, Sainsbury’s Asda and Morrisons.

Asda saw the third-highest price rises over the period at 15.4%, followed by Waitrose (14.5%), Sainsbury’s (13.75%), Tesco (13.1%), Morrisons (12.9%) and Ocado (10.5%).  

Lidl and Aldi saw the biggest rise in prices for basic groceries such as milk, butter and cheese last year, a surprising study has found

Lidl and Aldi saw the biggest rise in prices for basic groceries such as milk, butter and cheese last year, a surprising study has found

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The German supermarkets saw overall year-on-year price inflation hit 21.1% (Lidl) and 20.8% (Aldi) in December, according to the research by consumer magazine Which? – however they remain the cheapest overall 

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