The UK discounter has this week lowered the prices of 10 fruit and veg products

The UK’s cheapest supermarket has lowered the prices on a range of fruit and veg products.

Aldi this week reduced the cost of 10 produce items, including strawberries, tomatoes, potatoes, oranges, blackberries, salad and spinach.

Fruit and veg items in Aldi’s Everyday Essentials range are included in the latest price drop, which has seen prices fall by an average of around 9 per cent.

The move is the latest of more than 100 prices that Aldi has cut in the past two months.

Julie Ashfield, managing director of buying at Aldi UK, said: “Every week we are working hard to make new savings to pass on to our customers and help ensure we always offer them the lowest grocery prices.

“We know that shoppers are having to make hard choices at the moment, so are doing we can to offer the lowest prices possible. That’s why shoppers continue to switch to Aldi from every other supermarket (according to Kantar figures for the 12 weeks to 6 August).”

Consumer group Which? named Aldi as the UK’s cheapest supermarket in July for the 14th consecutive month. On a basket of goods, Aldi was the cheapest supermarket at £71.22, which was £16.02 lower than the most expensive supermarket, Waitrose.

Aldi’s reduced fresh produce items include four-pack Specially Selected Seedless oranges at £1.89 (down from £1.99); 400g packs of Specially Selected Piccolo tomatoes at £2.29 (down from £2.39) and Aldi’s Nature’s Pick Salad Bowl (340g) at £1.19 down from £1.45.

Aldi is the UK’s Cheapest Supermarket according to consumer champion Which? (July 2023) as well as being named the UK’s Cheapest Supermarket for 2021 and 2022.