Statistics About The Least Expensive Grocery Stores

By analyzing the statistics of the least expensive grocery stores, we can identify trends and patterns in pricing that can help consumers make informed decisions about where to shop for affordable groceries.

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"Aldi was ranked the least expensive grocery store with an average basket cost of $72.30,"

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"Lidl's prices were 9% cheaper than grocery stores nationwide,"

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"Walmart came in second place with an average basket cost of $85.88,"

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"Aldi's market share in the U.S. was about 2% in 2020,"

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"Walmart in the US holds 23.1% market share in the U.S grocery sector,"

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"Lidl is the least Expensive grocery store in 8 of 9 categories,"

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"Trader Joe's offers an average saving of 38% compared to other national brands,"

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"Amazon Fresh's average basket cost is about $92.95,"

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"Groceries at Whole Foods cost around $3.39 per item, much higher than Aldi's $1.65 per item,"

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"Sales of private label products (common in lower-priced chains like Aldi) make up 19.3% of all retail sales,"

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"Dollar General operates more than 15,500 stores in the US,"

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"Costco Wholesale is the third leading grocery retailer in the United States, with a 14% share in 2020,"

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"About 38% of Lidl's products are cheaper than Walmart's,"

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"The average American family spends about $550 per month on groceries,"

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"There are 2,082 Aldi stores in the United States,"

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"WinCo Foods saves shoppers an average of 16% compared to other grocery stores,"

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"Trader Joe's sells over $1,734 per square foot, more than double the sales of Whole Foods,"

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