Stores were busier this week as school holidays kicked in and families shopped en masse. There were fewer out of stocks from our list of 33 items, but still only four full baskets. Safeway at Gateshead had run out of frozen chickens and large eggs. Tesco, Port Solent, didn't have any frozen birds because a freezer problem meant all them had to be removed. Helpful staff at Somerfield, Stretford, checked the computer for Jacob's Creek wine which stated "four in stock" but none were on shelf or in the warehouse. Asda Wal-Mart's new supercentre at Bristol struggled to replenish shelves. It had run out of mature Cheddar, Home Fries oven chips and Birds Eye fish fingers. A scanning glitch here also meant baked beans slipped through the checkout without being charged. Its Scottish counterpart at Cumbernauld had no such problems and checked in the cheapest basket at £38.54. Both stores had the best buys in mushrooms and potatoes at 98p/454g and 18p/454g. Our shoppers also got a bonus when they bought a 100g Nescafé at Somerfield, Stretford and St Neots ­ a free 60g Yorkie bar. {{GROCER 33 }}