About us

Here at OOPS! we’re focused on offering our customers the very best bargains in the market.

How do we do it?

Simple! We work with lots of the largest food manufacturing companies in the world. We snap up all their over produced food at massively reduced prices, repackaging it in our purpose built, temperature-controlled factory and selling it to our customers in the nicest shops with the friendliest staff at unbelievable prices!

Many of our products were produced for leading restaurant and retail chains but, because of over production, packaging miss prints, Brexit red tape, business closures, impact of covid, etc. we’re able to purchase this stock at rock bottom prices and pass these prices onto our customers.

What do we sell?

Freezer fillers

Chicken breasts, mince, breaded fish, pizzas, gammon joints, chips etc.

Fresh essentials

Bread, milk, cheese, butter, cooked meats, fruit, sausages, desserts etc.

Cupboard fillers

Tea, coffee, canned food, breakfast cereal, soft drinks, snacks etc.

... and more!

Why shop at Oops?

That’s simple… we bring you the very best food at the lowest possible prices! Sourcing our products from the world’s largest and best-known food manufacturers, we buy overproduced items and sell them to you at massively discounted prices.

We’re so confident in the quality of our food that, if you’re not completely happy, we’ll give you your money back!

How much could you save?

We all love saving money at the checkout, right? But exactly how much shopping can you get for your money at Oops! compared to the top 8 supermarkets?

OOPS!
Average basket cost:  £31.98

Number of average baskets per £250 spend:

Lidl
Average basket cost:  £42.67

Number of average baskets per £250 spend:

Aldi
Average basket cost:  £43.01

Number of average baskets per £250 spend:

Asda
Average basket cost:  £48.71

Number of average baskets per £250 spend:

Tesco
Average basket cost:  £53.30

Number of average baskets per £250 spend:

Morrisons
Average basket cost:  £53.61

Number of average baskets per £250 spend:

Sainsbury's
Average basket cost:  £56.38

Number of average baskets per £250 spend:

Ocado
Average basket cost:  £66.83

Number of average baskets per £250 spend:

Waitrose
Average basket cost:  £68.69

Number of average baskets per £250 spend:

Based on a survey of the top eight UK supermarkets, the average shopping basket consisted of 45 branded and own-brand items. Data provided by Statista, a leading market and consumer research organisation. Data published 31st August 2021 and covers the whole of 2020. Number of baskets per £250 spend based upon figures rounded up to 2 decimal places.

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