Would you swap your supermarket over rising food prices? We asked Manchester shoppers

We’ve been out on the streets of Manchester to hear whether you have noticed a change in prices in your local supermarket.

Research is showing supermarket prices have continued to rise post-Christmas.

According to data from the British Retail Consortium food inflation accelerated to 2.7 per cent, up from 2.4 per cent in December.

The latest figures reveal that consumers could expect to pay £180 more on average this year for their groceries than last.

We asked the people of Manchester if they have noticed prices going up in their supermarkets and if this has led them to shopping elsewhere.