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Australian shoppers vote for their favourite brands of supermarket dips in time for picnic season

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What’s the BEST supermarket dip? Shoppers vote for their favorite brands as Aussies flock to parks for a spring picnic

  • Aussie Shoppers Voted For Their Favorite Grocery Dip Brands of 2021
  • Canstar Blue asked more than 1,400 consumers to rate the popular dips
  • Brands were ranked based on taste, value, texture and consistency and satisfaction
  • Of the brands tested, Yumi’s was crowned the best after achieving five-star reviews










With spring picnic season just around the corner, Australian shoppers have voted for their favorite supermarket dips.

Consumer review website Canstar Blue asked more than 1,400 consumers to rate the dips based on taste, texture and consistency, assortment, value for money, packaging attractiveness and overall satisfaction.

Of the brands tested, Yumi’s was crowned best after achieving five-star ratings for taste, texture and consistency, range variety and overall satisfaction.

With spring picnic season just around the corner, Australian shoppers have voted for their favorite supermarket dip brands of 2021

Of the brands tested, Yumi's was crowned best after achieving five-star ratings for taste, texture and consistency, range variety and overall satisfaction

Runner-up Deli Originals, one of Aldi's exclusive brands, was the only brand to receive five stars for value for money

Yumi’s (left) is crowned the best brand of dips, followed by Aldi’s Deli Originals (right)

Australia’s favorite dip brands

1. Yumis

2. ALDI Deli Originals

3. Chris’ Dips

4. Black Swan

5. Obela

6. Zipper

7. Coles

The homegrown brand, which started in Melbourne before expanding into Australia, was awarded four stars for value for money and packaging design.

The products offer a wide variety of flavors ranging from classic to Mediterranean and are priced between $3.50 to $4 for 200g or $8 for a 1 liter tub of hommus.

Runner-up Deli Originals, one of Aldi’s exclusive brands, was the only brand to receive five stars for value for money.

The German supermarket scored four stars for taste, texture and consistency, assortment, packaging design and overall satisfaction.

Featuring classic and gourmet dips, prices range from $1.79 for 200g to $4.99 for a 1kg tub.

Zipper ($2.75)

Cabbage ($2 to $5)

Ritz ($2.75) scored three stars across all categories, while Coles rounded out the top seven with four stars for value for money

In third place were Chris’ Dips ($3.50 to $8) and Black Swan ($3.50 to $4.30) with five stars for best assortment.

Both brands received four stars for the rest of the categories, including taste, texture and consistency, value for money and overall satisfaction.

Obela ($3.50 to $7) also scored top marks for taste, texture and consistency, assortment variety and packaging design. It received four stars for value for money and overall satisfaction.

Ritz scored three stars across all categories, while Coles ($2 to $5) rounded out the top seven with four stars for value for money.

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