With the UK on lockdown, many families across the country are putting more thought than ever into their weekly shops. Before planning to head to your nearest supermarket or arranging to have food delivered in the coming weeks, we recommend scrolling over our complete shopping list to make sure you get everything you need. From fresh foods and household essentials, to store cupboard stock and buying for young children or pets, this roundup will help you to tick all the boxes.
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Make sure to grab some fresh food for the week, so that you can make plenty of tasty meals for you and yours. In particular, try and grab some fruit and veg to maintain optimum vitamin and mineral levels.
Store cupboard foods can go a long way - whether you’re looking for tinned tomatoes to make a homemade sauce or baked beans to add to your morning slice of toast, we’ve got you covered.
13) Tinned tomatoes
16) Breakfast Cereals
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Sometimes it’s easier to stick some frozen food in the oven and have an easy night in, free from stress. If you’re running low on fresh foods, these frozen options will keep you going.
27) Frozen vegetables
28) Frozen fruit
29) Frozen fish
With everyone at home, why not indulge in a little spring clean? Tidy kitchen, tidy mind!
30) Bin bags
31) Kitchen roll
33) Dishwasher tablets
34) Washing up liquid
35) Washing powder
36) Fabric softener
All the essentials to help you get out of your pyjamas and leave you feeling fresh and clean.
37) Toilet roll
42) Sanitary products
Baby and toddler
Keep your little ones feeling comfortable with these baby and toddler specific items.
43) Nappies/ underwear
44) Wet wipes
45) Dummies or comforters
47) Specific toiletries for children such as sensitive shampoo
Everything you’ll need to keep your furry friends happy as can be.
48) Pet food
49) Poo bags
For anyone desperate to indulge a craving...
54) Soft drinks
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