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The same is true at Asda, where half of the average weekly shop is spent on own-label products.: After trying all of these on various stained articles — including my white dressing gown, which had a cup of tea knocked over it, my son’s grass-stained football shorts and the white socks my daughter had run around the garden in — I can’t see an argument for sticking to the brand name in the laundry aisle. It has always been Twinings for me, apart from in those dark days of 2011 when they tinkered with the recipe, causing an outcry on social media and my brief (but too expensive) affair with Fortnum & Mason’s Smoky Earl Grey (try it — it’s divine).Aldi’s Diplomat Earl Grey Tea Bags (50, 99p) were an excellent substitute — not identical, as it tasted a little more strongly of black tea than Twinings, but a particularly good flavour all the same and a substantial price difference.: M&S Earl Grey Teabags (50, £1.50) — I had high hopes for these as they smelled delicious when I opened the foil pack.Asda Cheesy Wiggles (6 x 21g, 85p) and Tesco Cheese Puffs Snacks (6 x 20g, 99p) were both very good, too.A sweet feast of nuts, honey and sugar on golden cornflakes, it is not for those who ‘quit sugar’. Essential Waitrose Honey Nut Corn Flakes (500g, £1.70) looked and tasted almost exactly like the real thing — if you shop at Waitrose, you’d be mad not to swap for these.