Anchor Spreadable Butter Original & Unsalted 500g Now Only £1.94 Each @ Asda - HotUKDeals
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Anchor Spreadable Butter Original & Unsalted 500g Now Only £1.94 Each @ Asda

£1.94 @ Asda
A Blend of Anchor Butter and Vegetable Oil Anchor Spreadable tastes just as creamy as Anchor butter, but with vegetable oil, it's ready to spread, straight from the fridge
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2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago
A Blend of Anchor Butter and Vegetable Oil Anchor Spreadable tastes just as creamy as Anchor butter, but with vegetable oil, it's ready to spread, straight from the fridge
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#1
It isn't butter
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dazco
It isn't butter
I can't believe that.....
1 Like #3
NinurtaEnki
dazco
It isn't butter

it's spreadable though X)
Especially at that price, heat added :)
#4
NinurtaEnki
but with vegetable oil, it's ready to spread, straight from the fridge
Don't forget all the added water.

I'd sooner have real butter for the same price instead of some watered down spread.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/anchor-butter-500g-for-1-94-asda-instore-online-2100939
#5
NinurtaEnki
but with vegetable oil, it's ready to spread, straight from the fridge
Don't forget all the added water.

I'd sooner have real butter for the same price instead of some watered down spread.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/anchor-butter-500g-for-1-94-asda-instore-online-2100939
#6
NinurtaEnki

If you prefer butter why bother looking at this deal?

Because this has been posted as spreadable 'butter' which it's not.
If had been described correctly as a spread, omitting 'butter' from the title, I'd have ignored it.
#7
NinurtaEnki
voucherman01
NinurtaEnki

If you prefer butter why bother looking at this deal?

Because this has been posted as spreadable 'butter' which it's not.
If had been described correctly as a spread, omitting 'butter' from the title, I'd have ignored it.

The manufacturer does not call it spreadable butter

I used the manufactures/retailers title, as you're meant to.
#8
NinurtaEnki
dazco
NinurtaEnki
voucherman01
NinurtaEnki

If you prefer butter why bother looking at this deal?

Because this has been posted as spreadable 'butter' which it's not.
If had been described correctly as a spread, omitting 'butter' from the title, I'd have ignored it.

The manufacturer does not call it spreadable butter

I used the manufactures/retailers title, as you're meant to.

Well Asda do, I used there title. I don't see what the big deal is??? Jeeze if you don't like it, move along

You don't see the big deal? Are you happy just to be told that anything is anything?

It is 54% butter, how can you possibly be happy for that to be labelled butter? The rest is basically cooking oil and water, surely you would agree that people should be aware that they are spreading cooking oil on their toast in the morning.

And lord knows what this gunk would do to any recipe that called for butter to be used.

There's the big deal.
#9
It is not butter

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