Three words you can use to find the cheapest products when shopping at Tesco

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Supermarkets have seen an increase in the number of people flocking to buy value range items after the cost of living crisis.

However, like Asda’s Smart Price and Morrisons’ Savers, the cheapest items at Tesco aren’t always so visible. Unlike other supermarkets, Tesco doesn’t just have one budget range, but a number of different brands.

There are no simple, eye-catching white labels and their colorful markings blend in with the rest of the products, meaning customers can sometimes miss them. This has been the case since they discontinued their “Everyday Value” brand.

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Although it looks more appealing, it can sometimes make cheaper things harder to find. However, if you shop online, which more and more customers are choosing to do, there are ways to find these budget brands more easily, reports the Manchester Evening News.

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If you type “Tesco value range” in the search bar, you can find over 100 budget range products. While it doesn’t list all items, it does show dozens of items from its cheapest ranges, including:



You will find many items

  • Hearty Food Co – pastas, sauces, pizza, fish, frozen fries, chicken burgers, lasagna and other ready meals
  • HW Nevill’s – bread, wraps, pain au chocolat, croissants, scones
  • Producer’s harvest – frozen and canned fruits and vegetables, orange/apple juice, oatmeal porridge, chopped tomatoes, raisins
  • Stockwell & Co – tea bags, flour, jam, baked beans, gravy, rice pudding, tuna, mayonnaise, ketchup, cereal, squash
  • Mrs. Molly’s – cookies, cakes, chocolate, trifles, frozen desserts, ice cream
  • Butcher’s Choice – lamb chops, chicken portions
  • Creamfields – cheeses, yoghurts
  • Eastman’s – ham, cooked chicken, pork pies, pate, quiche
  • Nightingale Farms – tomatoes, peppers, celery
  • Suntrail Farms – grapes, plums, kiwis, oranges, lemons, fruit salad
  • Rosedene Farms – blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, apples, pears
  • Willow Farm – sliced ​​cooked chicken, whole chicken
  • Woodside Farms – bacon, gammon, pork, sausages, chicken
  • Redmere Farms – garlic, mushrooms, beans, asparagus, potatoes, zucchini, onions
  • Bay Fishmongers – frozen shrimp

While this isn’t an exhaustive list of what’s on offer, it does give you an idea of ​​what’s available. Tesco says it has “significantly increased” the number of lines where it offers “great everyday value” from 400 in 2019 to more than 2,000 today.

Another way shoppers can pick up a bargain is to search Aldi Price Match, find products that have been priced with the budget retailer, or check out Clubcard offers. Customers can also search for an individual product and then choose the “sort by: low price to high price” option to find the cheapest available.

A Tesco spokesperson said: ‘We are committed to delivering great value to our customers every day through the expansion of our Aldi Price Match program to around 650 products, the relaunch of Daily Low Prices to more of 1,600 articles and the extension of Clubcard prices. at all our Express stores.”

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