No Aldi? Then you're probably paying more for groceries

By Andrew Brown
Updated June 20 2024 - 3:40am, first published 3:31am
A report into grocery prices found having an Aldi in town forces Coles and Woolworths to compete. (Joel Carrett/AAP PHOTOS)
A report into grocery prices found having an Aldi in town forces Coles and Woolworths to compete. (Joel Carrett/AAP PHOTOS)

Shoppers in Tasmania and the Northern Territory are forking out the most on their weekly grocery bill with a lack of competition being blamed.

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