Tell us: have your shopping habits changed because of rising living costs?

As UK households are forced to cut back and adapt their lifestyles to deal with the cost of living crisis, increasing numbers of people are now buying “wonky” vegetables and frozen food.

With grocery prices soaring by almost 14% last month, inflation in supermarkets is at the highest level since at least 2008 – adding £643 a year to the average family’s grocery bill, which now exceeds £5,200.

We want to know if you have changed your shopping habits as a result of the cost of living crisis. Do you now shop at a different supermarket? Are there foods that you simply cannot afford to get anymore? Are you buying more frozen food or forgoing fresh fruit and veg?

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