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The Office for National Statistics (ONS) also said retail sales jumped by 1.3% between March and April beating analysts forecasts for a 0.5% rise.
Food sales during the late Easter holiday made a significant contribution to the overall figure, the ONS said.
They were 6.3% higher in April against a year earlier, and 3.6% up on March.
Non-food sales rose by 6.5% compared with a year earlier, but were down 0.4% on the month.
The annual rise in food sales was the biggest since January 2002, and were helped by a combination of better weather and sales promotions.
Increases in the price of food were limited to 0.9% in April, compared with 1.8% a month earlier.
Quarterly retail sales have now grown for 14 months in a row, the ONS added.
Source: BBC News