A store from Bracknell has been declared the best of British in a new poll from Which?
Waitrose was voted as the nation’s best supermarket.
Which? says in its July issue: “Waitrose continues to be rated an excellent supermarket by shoppers, both in store and online. No other supermarket matches its five-star rating for in-store customer service. It gets top marks for quality of produce in store, too.”
Waitrose managing director Mark Price said of the win: “The accolade – from such a respected consumer organisation – honours the work that our sixty thousand Partners do every day to ensure our customers get the best possible experience in our shops and online.”
Aldi, which beat Waitrose last year, came second. “It’s the only supermarket to earn a five-star rating for pricing and it offers great value for money.”
Waitrose’s sister retailer, John Lewis, once again topped the Best Retailer awards. Which? said: “There’s not much that doesn’t impress us about John Lewis”.
You can watch highlights of the 2014 Which? Awards ceremony, which took place in London on June 19, at which.co.uk/which-awards