The Grocery Shopping the NCA Wouldn’t Do

On Monday and Tuesday this week we in Value Ireland did a little research that we were sure would have been done by someone else, but by today, we hadn’t seen it covered or reported anywhere.

We followed up on the fact that the National Consumer Agency ignored Aldi and Lidl in its first grocery price survey which they published last week.

Based on our research, buying like for like products (though maybe not the same brand name) Irish consumers can save up to €30 or 25% over the big three that the NCA reported on (Tesco, Superquinn and Dunnes Stores).

If the NCA is looking out for Irish consumers, why didn’t they include Aldi and Lidl to show that it is possible to shop cheaper than the traditional supermarkets.

Click here to read more, and to see the actual comparison.

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