Shopping Wonderland: Unraveling the Ultimate Supermarkets in the UK!

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Tesco is the biggest chain of supermarkets in the UK. Tesco Superstores are standard large supermarkets, stocking groceries and a much smaller range of non-food goods.


Sainsbury’s is the second-largest chain of supermarkets in the UK after Tesco. You can get everything from groceries and clothing to home-ware and electricals.


Aldi is a German chain of supermarkets, which is growing in popularity in the UK due to its pocket-friendly prices.


Similar to Aldi, Lidl is another German brand which is perhaps the cheapest option. It offers a large range of lesser-known brands.


Owned by the US retail giant Walmart, Asda operates over 500 stores in the UK. It stocks a wide variety of products at reliably low prices.


Poundland is a British variety store chain founded in 1990. In Poundland, you can find all kinds of products for £1.

Marks & Spencer

Marks and Spencer, popularly known as “Marks and Sparks”, or “M&S”, has 959 stores across the UK, including 615 that only sell food.


Waitrose is the most high-end supermarkets in UK with so much stuff that you will get puzzled, what to buy and what not to.