Could this be Britain's cheapest supermarket?
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Could this be Britain's cheapest supermarket?

Nathaniel Richards fell on hard times in 2011 and had to turn to food banks.

When he heard that supermarket suppliers were throwing away food that was still safe to eat he decided to do something.

He set up Nifties in Dover in 2016, where the average price of an item is just 60p.

Produced by Bryony Mackenzie and Helene Daouphars