The price of our basket of fruit and vegables fell for the third consecutive survey following two rises. It is now 1.1% less expensive than five weeks ago.
However, it is 6.8% more expensive than one year ago, and 6.5% cheaper than at the same time two years ago.
The biggest change was in the price of new potatoes, which has risen by 23.5% since 19 February after a second consecutive price rise - its highest level since June 2006.
Potatoes are now 37.7% more expensive than at this time last year, though they are at the same level as they were two years ago.
The price of strawberries has fallen 22.7% since the last survey as the first European fruit arrived in stores, displacing more expensive Israeli supplies. They are now 22.7% more expensive than at this time last year but 31.3% cheaper than two years ago.
Own-label green beans have fallen 5.9% in price since the last survey but are still 1.1% more expensive than at this time last year and 6.7% more expensive than two years ago. Onions rose 4.4% in price since the last survey and are now 42% more expensive than at this time last year, and 9.2% more expensive than two years ago. They are now at their highest price since July 2006, as supplies are scarcer following the dry summer.
Pears have risen 1.7% and are now the same price as at this time last year, but 11% more expensive than two years ago.