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Is one sheet plenty? Leading kitchen roll brands pitted against Aldi, Tesco, Sainsbury's and Morrisons

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In a bid to help readers save money on their supermarket shops, Manchester Evening News have been taking a look at well-known household brands and products, and comparing them to supermarket own-brand ranges in the hopes of reducing the cost of a weekly shop, without compromising on quality.

Over the past 12 months, we’ve compared everything from custard creams and Twix chocolates, to spaghetti hoops and crumpets.

Now, our sister site, The Express, have turned their attention to kitchen roll as the cost of living crisis continues to take its toll on people’s wallets. READ MORE: Shoppers ditching St Tropez for ‘anti-cellulite’ tan that’s reduced on Amazon Reporter Ashley Summerfield purchased leading brands Plenty and Regina Blitz and pitted them against Aldi, Sainsbury's, Tesco, and Morrisons in a bid to settle once and for all if ‘you get what you pay for’ - or if a cheaper alternative can get the job done just as well.

Ashley poured cordial onto a plate and counted how many kitchen roll sheets it took to wipe up and how each brand fared. Here is how he got on: Regina Blitz costs a whopping £3 for 100 sheets, so I had high hopes.

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