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1Kg (avg 10) British Apple @ Lidl, half price at 34p

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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Nothing much to be added. Branded Oaklands. These are British COX apples. Got 10 in there. Rising Euro and Dollar means that UK products are now more affordable..
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
good spot. thanks
#2
british apples or packed in Britain? If your apples are from Kazakhstan but packed in UK they are 100% British like your beef from Poland @ Sainsburys lately... haha.
#3
Proper Brit

http://www.icons.org.uk/nom/nominations/cox-s-apples

Says on pack "Traditionally Home Grown British Apples"
#4
Apparently Lidl don't sell 1kg packs...........

You must have the same vivid imagination as I have :-)

I had some Fruit & Vegetable clown contradict me on a thread recently as it appears they don't sell any packs that size, just 750g ones. I am so reassured to see others are having the same fruit hallucinations.:whistling:

They were very nice at the time: It must be the extra 250g makes them taste all the better - as does the 5p per kg less than they were at that time! :-)
#5
Let me check... http://i41.tinypic.com/2nbhp3o.jpg... Says 1.04kg on my faithful scale
#6
siliconbits;4174823
Let me check... ... Says 1.04kg on my faithful scale


Even that extra bit over! :-)
#7
Oxygene
british apples or packed in Britain? If your apples are from Kazakhstan but packed in UK they are 100% British like your beef from Poland @ Sainsburys lately... haha.


If the product mentions British in the name, they must originate from Britain - it's the Law.
#8
moob;4175253
If the product mentions British in the name, they must originate from Britain - it's the Law.


..and "British" MG cars that are made in China, shipped in kit form and re-assembled here:

http://www.mgmotor.co.uk/
#9
siliconbits;4173658
Rising Euro and Dollar means that UK products are now more affordable.
No it doesn't - it means that non-UK products are less affordable, increasing the demand for UK products and therefore driving the price up. :)
#10
AndyToys
..and "British" MG cars that are made in China, shipped in kit form and re-assembled here:

http://www.mgmotor.co.uk/


Yeah? Well, last time I checked a car isn't a food type.:whistling:
#11
This deal is very hot indeed! And it deserves to get voted hot because the original poster even got out the scales to weigh the apples! Love it...
#12
Good old UK eh.. 90% of ********s who claim not to work in our fields get to stay here...
#13
Great Deal , thanks, hot
#14
nihcaj;4174307
Apparently Lidl don't sell 1kg packs...........

You must have the same vivid imagination as I have :-)

I had some Fruit & Vegetable clown contradict me on a thread recently as it appears they don't sell any packs that size, just 750g ones. I am so reassured to see others are having the same fruit hallucinations.:whistling:

They were very nice at the time: It must be the extra 250g makes them taste all the better - as does the 5p per kg less than they were at that time! :-)

Thats funny as I have a bag in my kitchen that I bought in Lidl and it clearly states 1kg English cox class 1 UK on the label
Good post I will be going back for more this week at half price H & R added
#15
moob;4175493
Yeah? Well, last time I checked a car isn't a food type.:whistling:

What I was getting at is that they can call a MG a "British" car even though it's made in China..

Anyway, there is a bloke in France called Monsieur Mangetout ("Mr Eat-it-all") who is listed in the Guinness Book of Records for eating a whole Cessna plane so I image a car wouldn't pose any problems..

:p
#16
melcarroll;4178100
Thats funny as I have a bag in my kitchen that I bought in Lidl and it clearly states 1kg English cox class 1 UK on the label
Good post I will be going back for more this week at half price H & R added


It wasn't me that was denying it... I was the one who had bought them previously!
I only wish they would have them more often!
#17
AndyToys
What I was getting at is that they can call a MG a "British" car even though it's made in China..

Anyway, there is a bloke in France called Monsieur Mangetout ("Mr Eat-it-all") who is listed in the Guinness Book of Records for eating a whole Cessna plane so I image a car wouldn't pose any problems..

:p


Indeed Andy, and my point being related to the Law pertaining to food descriptions. :lol:
#18
0.68 pence in my LIdL
#19
applemake;4182392
0.68 pence in my LIdL


I wonder.... iIt hasn't been one of those 50% off Fruit & Veg weekends in the OP's branch, has it?

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