The OCU’s Top Pick for Spain’s Most Economical Supermarket

By: Dan Cooper

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Dani Supermarket: The Cheapest in Spain

According to the latest study by the Organization of Consumers and Users (OCU), which classifies the supermarket chains operating in Spain according to their price, the Dani supermarket in Granada is the cheapest in the country. In addition, it also leads the ranking in fresh products. This analysis establishes which are the most expensive and cheapest distributors on average, in addition to preparing an economic basket and a brand basket to determine which of the companies is cheaper to buy each. Also, it analyzes the impact of inflation on the shopping basket.

The Impact of Inflation

On September 27, the date of publication of the study, the shopping basket became more expensive by 13%. To prepare this study, the OCU has been based on a shopping basket that includes 239 basic food and drug products. Regarding the companies included, the entity has visited 1,180 establishments in 65 towns to buy more than 173,000 product prices.

The Savings

The choice of the cheapest firm saves 994 euros on average per year, but this figure can rise to 3,500 euros in some cities. The objective of this information is to give consumers options so that they can plan their purchases and achieve significant annual savings, which can reach almost 1,000 euros.

About Dani Supermarket

The Dani supermarket has held this position for more than 20 years, so much so that even its truck fleet displays the motto “The cheapest in Spain.” Currently, it operates in 19 establishments throughout Eastern Andalusia. The supermarket chain from Granada was born in 1959. It changed its name from Comestibles Arco de Elvira to Comestibles Dani, by Daniel Lozano Magaña, its shopkeeper and owner.

The first establishment was opened in Granada (Calle Elvira), and later they opened more in Málaga, Jaén and Almería. In these last three provinces it only has four stores, these in Antequera, Fuengirola, Jaén capital and Adra. In turn, it continues to have its group’s stronghold in Granada with stores in Motril, Guadix, La Zubia, Armilla, La Chana and in Granada’s own locations on Avenida América, Avenida Dilar, Arabial, Melchor Almagro, Pedro Antonio Alarcón, Plaza de Toros, Almanjayar and two hypermarkets, in Zaidin and Armilla, the town where its offices are also located.

“Of all this trajectory, there are things that we continue with the illusion of the first day, such as the satisfaction of always offering the best prices and products to our customers. We work day after day so that you can enjoy the brands you like, quality products and without paying more for it,” it exhibits on its website.

The Dani supermarket has established itself as one of the most affordable options for consumers in Spain, offering quality products at a reasonable price. With their focus on providing the best prices and products to their customers, it is no wonder that they have maintained their position for over two decades.

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