10 alternatives to the supermarkets

10 alternatives to the supermarkets

Supermarkets are often hell, nobody enjoys them, crowds of people (unless you shop at 11pm like us) and it often takes a chunk of time out of your day. These altneratives are worth considering:


Approved Food

They generally sell food past or about to go past it’s best before date, the food is still perfectly edible and the savings are passed on to consumers.


Amazon Fresh

Your weekly shop at Amazon prices, with same day and 1 hour slots available.


MuscleFood

From packs of chicken breasts to massive hampers of meat and everything else in between, MuscleFood are basically an online butcher but they also do other essentials like eggs, biscuits, prepared meals and supplements.


Graze

OK so these are a bit of a cheat but they’re damn tasty and they arrive through your letterbox each week, fortnight or month + you will get your 1st, 5th and 10th graze boxes free when you use the link below!


Wiltshire Farm Foods

300 tasty dishes to choose from, supports British Food & Farming Industries. Arrives frozen.

Primarily aimed at those not able to get out so be cautious ordering in current climate


The Pound Shop

Minimum spend £30 and a long lead for delivery but possible to stock your cupboards from here alongside other £1 favourites


The Ethical Superstore

They offer fair trade and green consumer products from the world’s leading ethical brands, they sell gadgets, gifts, cosmetics, foods, beverages, books, plus handmade lifestyle and fashion products.


Donald Russell

Royal Warrant holder and Britain’s leading mail order meat supplier, chosen by chefs across the UK, online butcher of the year 2019.


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Shopping locally

Local butchers, fruit and veg markets etc can provide great prices and a decent choice.

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Grow your own!

Nothing is better than growing your own fruit and veg and then eating it, it tastes extra special.

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