It seems that the Supermarkets have done better than ever over Christmas 2016 as new figures released suggest growth for almost all!
Sainsbury’s reportedly made more than £1bn over the festive season, Morrisons reported they had their best Christmas in 7 years, Tesco’s sales increased by 1,3% on previous years, but Aldi and Lidl saw far higher growth of 11.8 per cent and 7.5 per cent respectively.
With so much growth, the question arises of just why they proved to be more now than in previous years?
Did the warming Christmas television adverts have shoppers flock to their stores? or do you think it’s purely down to cost?
As we all know, both Aldi and Lidl are renowned for offering great value for money, and unsurprisingly had the highest growth of all the others. Do you think it’s all down to price? or did Kevin the carrot have a lot to do with it?
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