MORRISONS is today cutting the price of a further 490 products and extending a commitment to its customers that it will have more than 1,000 prices locked low for at least eight weeks.

As well as the 460 price cuts, more than 600 items have been locked at their already low price - many of which have been held at that price since January.

The move follows the Bradford-based supermarket chain’s announcement in January that it would hold the price of the 1,000 cuts it was making then for the next two months.

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It means customers can be reassured that despite this inflationary market the price of these 1,000 items will not increase and will instead be locked to help them plan their grocery budgets.

The price cuts are on a wide range of everyday products including dairy items, fresh meat and fish, fruit and vegetables and freezer fillers as well as baby essentials and pet food.

The cuts aim to help customers' money go further as the cost of living crisis continues to impact household grocery budgets. Rachel Eyre, chief customer & marketing officer at Morrisons, said: “Today’s news is further evidence of our commitment to drive down prices and help make a positive difference to our customers’ pockets.”