Supermarket sales have sunk below the £100bn mark for the first time in six years amid fierce competition in the UK grocery sector, a report has found.
The reductions are the latest round in a price war among Morrisons and the other major supermarket chains
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Wine, beer and spirits have seen a jump in sales, as have deli products as shoppers enjoy May's warm weather
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Toilet rolls, chocolate biscuits and orange juice were among the products that have shrunk in size, meaning customers are paying more for less
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