Eating out, or eating in? Canstar Blue produces dozens of customer satisfaction ratings for popular grocery items, from everyday essentials like bread, milk, cheese and margarine to weekend pick-ups like olive oil, pasta sauce and tea and coffee. What’s more, we also rate the best food delivery websites and even supermarkets themselves to help you find five-star value for money.
In addition to the grocery reports featured above, Canstar Blue has also reviewed the following:
Consumer News - February 10th
Coles is steering Aussie families away from cheap, fast food joints by offering daily incentives and discounts to help make eating healthy more affordable.
The supermarket’s new 28-day ‘Healthier Living’ program (in partnership with the Heart …– Read more
Consumer News - February 8th
Woolworths’ Discovery Garden is back this week (February 10), offering 24 new varieties of seedling kits for shoppers to collect with every $30 spent in-store or online.
The supermarket revealed 21 of these will attract bees …– Read more
Consumer News - February 4th
It’s been a classic Aussie ice cream for yonks and now Golden Gaytime comes in a rather unexpected form − popcorn!
Streets (the brand behind Golden Gaytime) has confirmed the new Golden Gaytime flavoured popcorn will …– Read more
Consumer News - February 2nd
Months after sending Aussie shoppers wild over Disney+ ooshies, Woolworths is now bringing back its hugely popular Discovery Garden promo.
From February 10, shoppers will be able to receive a free plant and seedling kit for …– Read more
Compare Mobile Phone Plans - January 27th
Looking for an affordable and reliable new phone for yourself, your child or a budget-conscious relative? Coles is now selling the iPhone 8 over the checkout from just $359, perfect for the casual consumer that …– Read more