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Any of the bigger stores which have a passover section should be selling this. Marked down from 74p to 7p (yellow label so should be nationwide). Spotted in Altrincham, people were buying trays of them!
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#1
Is it safe to consume "concentrare" ??
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spakkker
Is it safe to consume "concentrare" ??


You're just being contrare (y) :)
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at 7p a litre we scots would wait till its 2 months out of date then consume the concentrare-it would give you some kick-or a cheap nite out as we call it
1 Like #4
spakkker
Is it safe to consume "concentrare" ??


haha cheers ;o) Typing while eating, not good
#5
ps, the image thats been put on the post is not the one for sale. its not tesco value. Let me find a link
#6
Here is a pic

http://img217.imageshack.us/img217/7069/applejuice.png
#7
Showing as 90p each or £2.50 for 3 in my Tesco.
#8
Buy in bulk and make cider :p

Edited By: JVB on Jun 11, 2011 13:39
1 Like #9
What's a "passover" section?
#10
spakkker
Is it safe to consume "concentrare" ??


Does anyone know an answer? I've also heard that it might not be safe due to how the body deals with concentrate.
1 Like #11
FoX5
spakkker
Is it safe to consume "concentrare" ??



Does anyone know an answer? I've also heard that it might not be safe due to how the body deals with concentrate.


They were being sarcastic because they spelt it concentrare.

There is no logical reason why concentrate would be any worse than the real juice. From concentrate means its dried at source then the water is re-added when it gets to the UK - the only thing people moan about is that taste (though I bought a not-from-concentrate juice the other day and couldn't tell the difference).
5 Likes #12
why was the blonde looking at the juice carton ( it said concentrate )
#13
callum9999
What's a "passover" section?


Passover is a Jewish festival. Look for it in the Kosher isle.
#14
callum9999
What's a "passover" section?


As in the Jewish holy festival, I'm guessing.
#16
craigjamieson88
callum9999
What's a "passover" section?


As in the Jewish holy festival, I'm guessing.


nick88
callum9999
What's a "passover" section?


Passover is a Jewish festival. Look for it in the Kosher isle.


Really? That's the first thing that sprang to mind, but I looked up the dates for passover and it said it was from the 19th to 26th of April. Why would they still have a passover section?
#17
true.
callum9999
FoX5
spakkker
Is it safe to consume "concentrare" ??



Does anyone know an answer? I've also heard that it might not be safe due to how the body deals with concentrate.


They were being sarcastic because they spelt it concentrare.

There is no logical reason why concentrate would be any worse than the real juice. From concentrate means its dried at source then the water is re-added when it gets to the UK - the only thing people moan about is that taste (though I bought a not-from-concentrate juice the other day and couldn't tell the difference).
#18
Dare I say turbo cider?!! :)
#19
callum9999
craigjamieson88
callum9999
What's a "passover" section?


As in the Jewish holy festival, I'm guessing.


nick88
callum9999
What's a "passover" section?


Passover is a Jewish festival. Look for it in the Kosher isle.


Really? That's the first thing that sprang to mind, but I looked up the dates for passover and it said it was from the 19th to 26th of April. Why would they still have a passover section?



They will still have a kosher section, the Tescos that have them are in mainly Jewish areas, like Altrincham, Prestwich, possibly Bury, as you can guess I`m from Manchester.
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nick88
callum9999
What's a "passover" section?

Passover is a Jewish festival. Look for it in the Kosher isle.

I don't normally comment on typos because we all do it, but I am rather fascinated by the idea of a Kosher (a)isle. Is it a moated section of Tesco? Or has Israel been cut adrift?
#21
Beetplek
They will still have a kosher section, the Tescos that have them are in mainly Jewish areas, like Altrincham, Prestwich, possibly Bury, as you can guess I`m from Manchester.


Oh so it's not a passover aisle, just a kosher aisle. Though whats the connection between apple juice and stores with a kosher aisle? It looks like a standard box of apple juice.
#22
I'm confused - yes, most of those stores will have a Kosher section, but the image is of Tesco own brand apple juice, which will not be kosher. Either way, a bargain, if you can find it...
#23
This year and last year Tesco launched their own brand of Passover food. This stuff will be located at end of aisles and yes mainly in Jewish areas as they will have had a large Passover section of the store, and now the festival is over they are selling the products off cheap :D This apple juice is Tesco's own make but also kosher for passover.

You MAY find it on a Kosher aisle in a normal Tesco however thats doubtful.

Edited By: $ADZ$ on Jun 11, 2011 18:59: .
#24
Selling Matzo's for silly money in my local Tesco's last week but I didn't see any apple juice.
#25
$ADZ$
This year and last year Tesco launched their own brand of Passover food. This stuff will be located at end of aisles and yes mainly in Jewish areas as they will have had a large Passover section of the store, and now the festival is over they are selling the products off cheap :D This apple juice is Tesco's own make but also kosher for passover.

You MAY find it on a Kosher aisle in a normal Tesco however thats doubtful.


Oh, this is starting to make sense now!

So it looks the same as the normal Tesco juice but you need to find a normal looking one that also has the Kosher label on it to get it at this price?
#26
I'm not sure I understand how a fruit juice could be "non kosher" in the first place?
1 Like #27
callum9999
$ADZ$
This year and last year Tesco launched their own brand of Passover food. This stuff will be located at end of aisles and yes mainly in Jewish areas as they will have had a large Passover section of the store, and now the festival is over they are selling the products off cheap :D This apple juice is Tesco's own make but also kosher for passover.

You MAY find it on a Kosher aisle in a normal Tesco however thats doubtful.


Oh, this is starting to make sense now!

So it looks the same as the normal Tesco juice but you need to find a normal looking one that also has the Kosher label on it to get it at this price?


Yup that's right :)

madasahatter
I'm not sure I understand how a fruit juice could be "non kosher" in the first place?


This is kosher for passover, not kosher in general. Basically to be kosher for passover it must meet certain guidelines which Tesco have proved they have met (such as producing it in a factory that doesn't handle certain other products) and then it will be certified kosher for passover :)
#28
madasahatter
I'm not sure I understand how a fruit juice could be "non kosher" in the first place?

It has to be supervised, buy an appointed person. So iis extra kosher, I dont understand it myself as all drinks are kosher. But for the pesach (passover) festival they have to be extra kosher. If any of our Jewish friends can answer why I would to know.
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Apple haters will vote this cold ;)
#30
Interesting - thanks for the answers, but does that mean that Tesco have taken special measures for the passover, or is it the same as it is all year round and this is just Tesco employing marketing hype?

Edited By: madasahatter on Jun 11, 2011 20:40
#31
saw this deal on the way home and made me fancy apple juice. No Tesco near me though so had to pay full price in Sainsburys - boo.
#32
Turbo cider here I come!
Thanks op
#33
Complete rubbish
#34
Bargain!
#35
madasahatter
Interesting - thanks for the answers, but does that mean that Tesco have taken special measures for the passover, or is it the same as it is all year round and this is just Tesco employing marketing hype?


Yup Tesco have taken special measures for their passover range. This must be done so they can be certified by the Beth Din ( http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beth_din) and they can grant Tescos products a hechsher ( http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hechsher). If they didn't have one, then orthodox Jewish people wouldn't buy the products as there is no guarantee the food is fully kosher for passover.
#36
Yup Tesco have taken special measures for their passover range. This must be done so they can be certified by the Beth Din ( http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beth_din) and they can grant Tescos products a hechsher ( http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hechsher).If they didn't have one, then orthodox Jewish people wouldn't buy the products as there is no guarantee the food is fully kosher for passover.


and then Tesco customer numbers would plummet!
#37
Beetplek
madasahatter
I'm not sure I understand how a fruit juice could be "non kosher" in the first place?

It has to be supervised, buy an appointed person. So iis extra kosher, I dont understand it myself as all drinks are kosher. But for the pesach (passover) festival they have to be extra kosher. If any of our Jewish friends can answer why I would to know.


Damn - our local has no Kosher section. Does have a Halal one however, maybe I'll have a look see there!
#38
$ADZ$
madasahatter
Interesting - thanks for the answers, but does that mean that Tesco have taken special measures for the passover, or is it the same as it is all year round and this is just Tesco employing marketing hype?


Yup Tesco have taken special measures for their passover range. This must be done so they can be certified by the Beth Din ( http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beth_din) and they can grant Tescos products a hechsher ( http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hechsher). If they didn't have one, then orthodox Jewish people wouldn't buy the products as there is no guarantee the food is fully kosher for passover.


Thanks for the explanation and the links $ADZ$ - very interesting. 8)
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Its all very interesting, kosher, not kosher, passover, concentrate (good one!), lets do cider etc...

BUT LETS START WITH BASICS:
Can anybody else find it @ any other Tesco in the first place?

Edited By: bogiboss on Jun 12, 2011 09:09
#40
bogiboss
Its all very interesting, kosher, not kosher, passover, concentrate (good one!), lets do cider etc...

BUT LETS START WITH BASICS:
Can anybody else find it @ any other Tesco in the first place?

None in Mickleover store, no surprising though as it get my vote as the worst Tesco's in the UK.

Edited By: Derbytilidie on Jun 12, 2011 10:26

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