Aldi and Lidl slash fruit and veg prices in fresh supermarket price war
Fuente: The Sun, by Hollie Borland, Digital Consumer Reporter, 12th July 2018, 10:42 am
ALDI and Lidl have dropped the prices of some fruit and vegetables in an attempt to get us eating healthier. Shoppers can scoop bargains on bags of spinach, cucumbers, aubergines and potatoes and prices start at 39p
Savvy shoppers can snap up the bargains on selected fresh produce in both stores as they battle it out to become the supermarket that gives you the most value for money.
Aldi and Lidl have dropped the price on selected fruit and vegetables
It's not secret that the German supermarkets are often cheaper than the UK alternatives but is it enough to get Tesco, Sainsbury's, Asda and Morrisons to drop their prices too?
Lidl regularly runs these types of discounts and switches up what's on offer every week, while Aldi runs them every two weeks.
We've had a look around to see if the deals are any good and it turns out that almost all of them are.
Aldi has slashed the price of a four-pack of flat peaches to 45p, which is 4p cheaper than the next cheapest ones from Tesco.