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What Is The Best Uk Supermarket?

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roadman | 16:19 Wed 15th Sep 2021 | News
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Tescos lol not even joking i have been to them all trust me tesco wins on almost every instance lidl bakery is very good though

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See how the pilot scheme goes. If it cuts down on waste, why not?
16:40 Wed 15th Sep 2021
The one where I can nearest to the doors.
We use asda, as we prefer the bakery. Unfortunately lol, I've been unable to use Tesco for over 10 years now- as I forgot my password, and they can't help.
Why do you need a password to shop at Tesco?
Aldi for most things including Gravlax and some fancy things. Sainsbury's for stuff you can't get at Aldi.
Mrs sqad says that there isn't one that stands above others, she shops between Sainsburys and Waitrose.

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on no sainsburys is the worst shopping experience
Best for what? Low prices...Lidl and Aldi.
Best for choice, quality, staff and "ambience"...Waitrose.
No, Asda for me. I don't like Tesco at all.
Tesco's for me, followed closely by Sainsburys.
See how the pilot scheme goes. If it cuts down on waste, why not?
We only have one 4 choices. A large Morrisons, Lidls, Aldi and a small Tesco. We shop at Morrisons and Lidls. Don't like Aldi. Tesco's is fine. We use click and collect from zmorrisons, but rarely can we get a delivery slot from Tesco's and click and collect is 15 miles away. Actually I like Morrisons with its market stall system and proper butchery and fish sections. All other supermarkets are too far away. I do know I hate Asda. But I haven't been in one for years - 20 plus miles away. It may have changed and be better now.
it's amazing that they have finally "advanced" to what we used to do in the 60s!
the very idea that it is possible to re use containers that things come in! what a revelation!
sqad a supermarket is where they sell irons, ironing boards, furniture polish, dusters, vacuum cleaners (some do) washing up liquid, window cleaning stuff etc.
Don't worry yourself, no big deal!
There is a huge Sainsbury's near Norfolk and Norwich hospitals where I have plenty of visits. I pop in there just look look at Tu clothing and buy buy meal deals at the Sandwich section. I hate huge supermarkets.
I too don't understand why Pixie can't shop in Tescos.
The link and the OP don't match. Just saying.
You may answer either. ;-)
LOL TTT. We were so much greener in the olden days. So much for progress!
When I lived where I did before I lived here, it was half way between Sainsburys and Tesco so I shopped at both on different days.
Now I live just a stones throw from the same Tesco and so I shop there.
Lidl have a massive new supermarket next to Tesco but I haven't tried it yet.
Aldi is just across the road from them but have built a big new store just down the road.
I prefer Tesco as I usually manage to get everything I need from there and the staff are amazingly kind and friendly.
Don't think Lidl or Aldi offer click and collect and I use that a lot these days and the van drivers are also very chatty and helpful.
We don't like to talk about that, pat. ;-)

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