Recommended downshift items from supermarkets
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Asda ground black pepper is stronger than other own brands I have tried.
Depends where you live but .... Pakeeza live set natural yoghurt and Lancs. Farm Greek-style yoghurt are great quality and very well priced. Can easily get these brands in Tescon and Morries in West Yorkshire and Lancashire.
Canned beans, dried lentils, brown basmati rice and ground spices I always get from the World Foods aisle at the Big Four supermarkets.
Farmfoods for any frozen fruit (3 packs £5) and cooked jumbo king prawns/ boneless Chinese crispy duck (3 packs £10). Not tried enough of their frozen vegetables range to comment.
Then there will be odd bits you can pick up from other stores like Home Bargains, Farmfoods or £ shops.
It's hard to advise further without knowing what you currently buy.
yes - home bargains is good for spices/ oils and cupboard stables.