1. Heinz tomato ketchup sauce – top down 460g -53 per cent
2. Dolmio lasagne sauce 470g - 47 per cent
3. Heinz classic cream of chicken soup 400g - 46 per cent
4. Dolmio bolognese original pasta sauce 500g - 46 per cent
5. Anchor spreadable butter tub 500g - 45 per cent
6. Heinz cream of tomato soup 400g - 44 per cent
7. Colman’s classic mint sauce 165g - 44 per cent
8. Colman’s horseradish sauce 136g - 44 per cent
9. Batchelors super noodles BBQ beef flavour 90g - 43 per cent
10. Hovis granary wholemeal 800g - 43 per cent
Sue Davies, head of food policy at Which?, told the Guardian: “Our research shows the shocking rate of inflation on some of the nation’s favourite branded foods, which is much higher than the national average and highlights why it is so important for retailers to provide people with a choice of product ranges.
“Supermarkets must ensure budget lines for healthy and affordable essential items are widely available across their stores including smaller convenience stores. Promotions should be targeted at those most in need and people supported so they can easily compare the price of products to get the best value.”
Jeremy Hunt, the UK chancellor, is setting out Britain's economic plans on Thursday (17 November). Whether these plans will ease things for shoppers remains to be seen.
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