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A 2.5kilo bag of Smartprice potatoes is just 73p, which is the same price as last year, while a 1.5kilo bag of carrots is 68p. To further help Britains families, ASDA has this week cut the price of Smartprice sausages to a fantastic 2p each. An eight pack of sausages has been reduced from 54p to just 16p.
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#1
Rusk rusk rusk wonderful ruck rusk rusk...

/sticks with sausages made from actual meat
/votes hot for the price anyway
#2
feed the family for at least a week....now let me put the dinner on and then im off to wagamamas for dinner...LOL
#3
But just think of the extra you'd have to spend on toilet roll for the day after you'd eaten those sausages.
#4
this reminds me of the duchess in hull tv show a few weeks ago.
the quote i remember is when she asks the family what they like to eat they say - apples and vegetables.
then the family say that they really prefer fruit and veg but that they are so expensive compared to chocolate bars and beans!!
thought that was such rubbish as when you actually look in the shops fruit and veg are so cheap compared to chocolates / crisps / ready meals / beans / oven chips
#5
Wal*Mart: The High Cost Of Low Prices. is only £6.97 at amazon.co.uk.

It's a film that everybody who thinks that Asda has good deals should see (it's not preachy, just a good film).
#6
I could feed my family for £1.57....or I could buy them something that was actually nutritionally beneficial for a little more.

Skimping on your families health really isn't worth it.
#7
Was just on BBC news.
They broke down the content of the sausage,was about 35% pork,about same amount water,then rest was pork fat and rusk.
#8
i could probably feed a family for less than that - would require finding some apple trees...
banned#9
its like jamie oliver going on about feed a family for a fiver like its a new thing , anybody with any sense has been doing that for years and a lot cheaper
#10
ciaozammer
this reminds me of the duchess in hull tv show a few weeks ago.
the quote i remember is when she asks the family what they like to eat they say - apples and vegetables.
then the family say that they really prefer fruit and veg but that they are so expensive compared to chocolate bars and beans!!
thought that was such rubbish as when you actually look in the shops fruit and veg are so cheap compared to chocolates / crisps / ready meals / beans / oven chips


Not actually true. I used to eat a really bad diet and could shop for £30 a week...then I went to a healthy eating class, lost 5 stone and spent £100 a week.
I saw 16 choc bars for 99p today but actually bought 12 Bananas for £2.38.
I know what I'd rather be eating but i'll stick to the 'nanas.
#11
I seriously wouldnt give them sausages to my dogs! 97% pork or nowt :p
#12
yuk, i couldn't think of anything worse to eat !
#13
kungfu
I seriously wouldnt give them sausages to my dogs! 97% pork or nowt :p


Bloody hell 97%?

I'm happy with 70%+ and ecstatic if I can get 80%
#14
kungfu
I seriously wouldnt give them sausages to my dogs! 97% pork or nowt :p


Where do you get those sausages then?

Personally i buy only gluten free sausages from Waitrose...

I posted this deal after reading the article online...
#15
Mum2Connor&Cerys
Was just on BBC news.
They broke down the content of the sausage,was about 35% pork,about same amount water,then rest was pork fat and rusk.

And the professional chef who tasted one said it felt like "something rolling round the mouth, just filling it". Then looked like he was about to puke it up :?
#16
i got some from sainsburys i think they were 95%
#17
forharry
Where do you get those sausages then?

Personally i buy only gluten free sausages from Waitrose...

I posted this deal after reading the article online...


sainsburies
#18
Can people consider that families may not be rich or might be struggling under the weight of rising bills?
The potatoes and carrots are a great price, I mean how different can they be, maybe the wrong shape?
This is a good deal for families short of cash.
The sausages might not be great but I know people who cannot afford much and have to eat things like smart price bread. It's not my cup of tea, it didn't taste great but they have no choice because they cannot afford anything else.
#19
there not sausages there walls!!
#20
i guess no ones heard of beans on toast.... also or jacket potatoes with butter and beans
#21
kungfu
sainsburies


You would have thought all that pork would have helped your eyesight...
#22
jukkie
I could feed my family for £1.57....or I could buy them something that was actually nutritionally beneficial for a little more.

Skimping on your families health really isn't worth it.


What do you mean? The deal is two thirds vegetables. As mentioned by a previous poster, they might not be the right shape, but hey.

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