Cheap supermarket deals and offers from Aldi, Asda, Lidl, Co-op and more

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Food shopping can add up when there are no deals available in the shops. Luckily, discounts and offers tend to always be available in most supermarkets and Love Money has shared their weekly roundup of all the cheap food and drink deals from all major supermarkets including Aldi, Asda, Lidl and Tesco. The website explains: “Please remember that deals and offers are subject to availability,” but should be available in your local area if it is in stock.

Supermarkets have announced new deals and offers across their items in store that are available this weekend to pick up during an essential food shop.

This includes deals on popular food and drinks items including some alcohol. Branded items including Birds Eye are also offering major discounts for shoppers.

Lidl has also launched a new food range inspired by cuisines from all around the world.

Co-op food has also launched its new ‘£5 freezer fillers’, helping shoppers save lots of money on their shop.

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Aldi

This week you can get some get deals on fresh fruit, biscuits as well as alcohol.

Blueberries (150g) have been discounted by 30p, reduced to just 69p.

Mango and avocados have also been cut to just 69p, as well as melon, new potatoes and sweet tomatoes.

The popular custard cream has also been reduced to just 28p for a huge family sized pack.

Those wanting something extra special can pick up a borrow of branded Captain Morgan spiced gold rum for the bargain price of £13.75.

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Asda

Asda shoppers love to get bargains and this week the supermarket giant has cut the prices on hundreds of items.

These include a huge selection of Birds Eye chicken dippers which have 50p off as well as chicken nuggets being priced down to just £2.50 from £3.

Nutella lovers are in luck as Asda has reduced the hazelnut spread to a reasonable £4 from a whopping £5.70, giving shoppers a huge saving of £1.70.

McVitie’s Digestives milk chocolate twin packs are also half price in Asda at £1.50 and a Innocent Super Smoothie (700ml) has been reduced by a staggering £1.90.

Lidl

Lidl had launched its Street Food brand this week which includes gyoza dumplings and loaded fries.

Called ‘My Street Food’, Lidl’s latest range features iconic street food dishes inspired by cuisines all around the world, including dishes from Asia, America and Italy.

In Lidl stores already, prices start at £1.39 you can get your hands on a 300g bag of Italian-style arancini, filled with bolognese style filling.

For 30p more, you can get mini Sicilian Cannoli, tempura vegetables or chilli cheese loaded fries, at £1.99 a bag.
At the top end of the scale, you can still expect to pay impressively low prices for food items like salt beef brisket and BBQ pork mini ribs and chicken wings.

For just £1.19 you can also pick up a bag of churros, a great dessert option.

Co-op

The £5 deal includes five different frozen food items. These include:
• Birds Eye 2 Battered Extra Large Fish Fillets (320g)
• Birds Eye 4 Cod Fish Cakes in Crunch Crumb (198g)
• McCain Oven Chip (750g)
• Birds Eye Garden Peas (375g)
• Nestlé Fab Extra Strawberry (6x58ml)

If bought separately, these food items would cost £12.55 so you are saving a huge £7.55.

LoveMoney says: “The Co-operative Food meal deal is less than half the price of the M&S Dine In deal, 50% cheaper than Tesco’s offer and less expensive than Jack’s £7 meal deal.

“If you want flexibility on when you want to actually eat it, the Co-op deal has a clear advantage,” because the food is frozen meaning you don’t have to use it up straight after buying.

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