The UK’s supermarkets have a lot to offer shoppers and food manufacturers.
They’re packed with unique products that are often the perfect match for a particular style of eater.
But there are also many brands that have been around for decades but are no longer popular.
So how does it work out if a supermarket is worth investing in?
Here are the top five brands worth keeping an eye on…
Food and drink companies in the UK, in alphabetical order, with their brands and products.
The BBC has teamed up with food industry trade body the Retail Industry Association (RIA) to track the top ten food and drinks companies in Britain.
The list is based on the number of sales per year.
The retailers in the list are listed in order of their sales per million people.
Here are the brands that are on the list: Baggies of biscuits (Cannell’s, The Biscuits and Hobbies) (Image: Baskin-Robbins) Burgers (Gourmet Bakery, Lidl, Coles, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s) Banana Republic (Banana Brands, Kelloggs, Nestle) Cheetos (Malta) Chocolate chip cookie (McDonald’s, KFC) Coca-Cola (KFC) Coca Cola (General Mills, Pepsi) Complement (Chevron, Dunkin Donuts, Lotte) Deodorant (Hormel) Disposable bottle (Lidl) Electric toothbrush (Sainsbury) Flax (Woolworths) Garlic (Walmart) Grains (Grains & Co) Granola (Nestle) Granite (Dough) Green Tea (Green Tea) Ice Cream (B&R) Jelly beans (Almond Joy) Mushrooms (Del Monte, McDonalds) Oreos (Mocha) Pineapple (Pepsi) Plums (Odyssey) Peppermint (Whittaker’s) Pomegranate (Burley) Rice (The Biscuit and Hobbits) Soy (Sunnyside) Taco Bell (Taco Meals, Pizza Hut) Traditionally a breakfast item, breakfast cereals have been a staple of British diets since the 19th century.
Cereal makers like Kellogg’s and KFC have long used cereals to make the most popular of breakfast cereal.
The cereals that are now the most common breakfast cerees are the Banana-Raspberry, Peanut-Lemon, Pineapple and Raspberry varieties.
This particular brand has been around since the 1950s and was named after the fruit.
Bananas, dates, raisins, raisin bread and peanut butter are some of the ingredients used to make these cereals.
In the 1960s and 1970s, Kellog’s changed its name to Mcdonalds.
It has since moved on to Lidls and Kelloggs.
The Kellogg brand is the most famous of all of the cereals on the top ten list, followed by McNeil and KFC.
Ketchup and mustard are also popular in Britain today.
M& ;amp;M and Meadow have also been around in recent years.
There are also a lot of other companies out there that aren’t on the top 10 list.
In addition to Kellogg and Kegs, there are Chevrons (Morrisons), Lamborghinis (Alfa Romeo), Chevrolet (BMW) and Nissan (Fiat).
A lot of companies that are no-name have been in the top 20 for a long time.
There are so many other cereals and drinks that are not on the supermarket shelves that they can be worth investing a lot in.
Here are some other items that have gone down in history: The American Tartan (Chiquita, Jamba Juice, Whole Foods) The American Frosted Biscuit (Riches, Sainsburys) Paleo Pancakes (McCormick’s) The Australian Pancake (Glazed Doughnuts, Llanos) Olive oil Ice cream (Palmolive) Tomato Mint (Tomato, P