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440 Typhoo Teabags (1Kg) for £3.99 @ LIDL

£3.99 @ LIDL
These a the full weight version and not "One Cup". Got to be a bargain at under 1p a bag. Read More
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7m, 4d agoFound 7 months, 4 days ago
These a the full weight version and not "One Cup". Got to be a bargain at under 1p a bag.
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#1
Looks like a great deal.will have to look in my local Lidl's tomorrow.
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I have heard from a reliable source that the tea bags and other food products supplied to these cheapo stores are of inferior quality and often imported, lacking quality control. There are often issues of tax avoidance too. Hence the very cheap prices and poor taste.

For this reason, I will be voting this cold for now. I am of course happy to change my vote if the OP is able to provide credible written evidence that these tea bags are made in the UK.

Now I can continue my trip to Waitrose in peace.

With kind regards.

I'll get my coat..

Edited By: firstofficer on Oct 22, 2016 14:34
#3
Skybird
Looks like a great deal.will have to look in my local Lidl's tomorrow.
These were in Shoreham. It is one of their new purpose built stores and they were on a pallet at the end of an aisle.
1 Like #4
COLD, 480 Typhoo teabags for 3.98 @ Farmfoods (2x240 @£1.99)
1 Like #5
As it's Lidl ......are you sure it's not Typhoon tea bags ? :D
#6
nobby1963
As it's Lidl ......are you sure it's not Typhoon tea bags ? :D

Precisely. Please see my post earlier.

Mods, please expire this deal as there is no evidence it exists..
#7
powerbrick
COLD, 480 Typhoo teabags for 3.98 @ Farmfoods (2x240 @£1.99)
60 mile round trip to the nearest FarmFoods for me. Don't think I will bother for a 0.077p saving each. Thanks anyway.
#8
Kinda cold! This deal is misleading the ones in my store state one cup on the package and was 440 teabags at 1kg for £3.99 so I would say OPs deal doesn't exist?

I want to warn people for wasted trip as they are the same weight and stated one cup on the packet

Edited By: jamhops on Oct 22, 2016 17:15: Details
#9
My local Lidl (Hanwell, west London) - the 'special offer' 1kg (440 tea bags) Typhoo bags were one cup. I had to examine the plastic bag carefully (seems to be a catering bag). Small print on the bags definitely stated 'one cup'. Could be a marketing con by Typhoo? Definitely 'one cup' this morning at Hanwell Lidl.
#10
These were in our local. They are one cup tea bags. So I gave them a miss and bought the tetley pack instead at £3.49 50% extra free.
1 Like #11
firstofficer
nobby1963
As it's Lidl ......are you sure it's not Typhoon tea bags ? :D
Precisely. Please see my post earlier.
Mods, please expire this deal as there is no evidence it exists..
Idiot !
1 Like #12
Not voting one way or the other but I just wanted to say "You only get an ewwwwww! with TyPhoo" :p
#13
good deal if they are not one cup ones but sure I saw one cup ones in my local store last week.

voted hot though as I have no reason to disbelieve yours were the proper ones
#14
firstofficer
I have heard from a reliable source that the tea bags and other food products supplied to these cheapo stores are of inferior quality and often imported, lacking quality control. There are often issues of tax avoidance too. Hence the very cheap prices and poor taste.
For this reason, I will be voting this cold for now. I am of course happy to change my vote if the OP is able to provide credible written evidence that these tea bags are made in the UK.
Now I can continue my trip to Waitrose in peace.
With kind regards.
I'll get my coat..
The tea bags were created and made in England according to their website.

If you do not like the quality of good in store then the simple answer would be to not shop their. The fact that you are suggesting that the stock is of lower quality and imported (most shops do) and suggesting that they avoid tax and asking for proof to the contrary is odd. I want to see written proof that they do use lower quality goods (taste is a matter of opinion) and that the tea bags are in fact manufactured outside of UK factories.
#15
li0nhead
good deal if they are not one cup ones but sure I saw one cup ones in my local store last week.

voted hot though as I have no reason to disbelieve yours were the proper ones


Other than you saw otherwise and the weight of 1 cup is 440 per kg so even if it doesn't say it they are still 1 cup weights

A quick google says that 440 one cups are 1kg
http://www.homebargains.co.uk/products/8913-typhoo-one-cup-teabags-pack-of-440.aspx

And 240 normal seems to be 750 (Tesco) so 440 would be 1.375kg

I would note it's not a bad deal as one cup but isn't unique poundstretcher have done them for ages

Edited By: jamhops on Oct 22, 2016 19:45: Additions
#16
voted cold as at this weight they have to be one-cup teabags. standard teabags are usually 250g for 80.
banned#17
looks a good price
#18
mastersmithson
firstofficer
I have heard from a reliable source that the tea bags and other food products supplied to these cheapo stores are of inferior quality and often imported, lacking quality control. There are often issues of tax avoidance too. Hence the very cheap prices and poor taste.
For this reason, I will be voting this cold for now. I am of course happy to change my vote if the OP is able to provide credible written evidence that these tea bags are made in the UK.
Now I can continue my trip to Waitrose in peace.
With kind regards.
I'll get my coat..
The tea bags were created and made in England according to their website.
If you do not like the quality of good in store then the simple answer would be to not shop their. The fact that you are suggesting that the stock is of lower quality and imported (most shops do) and suggesting that they avoid tax and asking for proof to the contrary is odd. I want to see written proof that they do use lower quality goods (taste is a matter of opinion) and that the tea bags are in fact manufactured outside of UK factories.

"There"
#19
Awful tea, cold.
#20
ScroopEgerton
mastersmithson
firstofficer
I have heard from a reliable source that the tea bags and other food products supplied to these cheapo stores are of inferior quality and often imported, lacking quality control. There are often issues of tax avoidance too. Hence the very cheap prices and poor taste.
For this reason, I will be voting this cold for now. I am of course happy to change my vote if the OP is able to provide credible written evidence that these tea bags are made in the UK.
Now I can continue my trip to Waitrose in peace.
With kind regards.
I'll get my coat..
The tea bags were created and made in England according to their website.
If you do not like the quality of good in store then the simple answer would be to not shop their. The fact that you are suggesting that the stock is of lower quality and imported (most shops do) and suggesting that they avoid tax and asking for proof to the contrary is odd. I want to see written proof that they do use lower quality goods (taste is a matter of opinion) and that the tea bags are in fact manufactured outside of UK factories.
"There"
I saw that on post read but could not be arsed to change it.
#21
firstofficer
I have heard from a reliable source that the tea bags and other food products supplied to these cheapo stores are of inferior quality and often imported, lacking quality control. There are often issues of tax avoidance too. Hence the very cheap prices and poor taste.
For this reason, I will be voting this cold for now. I am of course happy to change my vote if the OP is able to provide credible written evidence that these tea bags are made in the UK.
Now I can continue my trip to Waitrose in peace.
With kind regards.
I'll get my coat..
Utter garbage of course.
#22
vanillamilkshake
Awful tea, cold.

I'm sure it tastes better than vanilla milkshake ..

I'll get my coat ..

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