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ben and jerrys ice cream £2.50 at tesco... while stocks last!

£2.50 @ Tesco
just popped into my local tesco (bank station) and saw ben and Jerry's ice cream... reduced! not 10 pc higher and not oos! Read More
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7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
just popped into my local tesco (bank station) and saw ben and Jerry's ice cream... reduced! not 10 pc higher and not oos!
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7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
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I'd rather go without.

Sod Unilever and everything that goes with it.
1 Like #3
isn't this meant to Hot Deals? I'd hardly call this a deal - just an average offer.
1 Like #4
TESCO Don't sell this anymore ! ! !
#5
rmaee
TESCO Don't sell this anymore ! ! !


At the minute they dont, depends who is doing the negotiations (could be **** negotiator) on the Tesco end, they might **** Unilever off and they won't supply Tesco with Unilever goods.

Edited By: DCFC79 on Oct 13, 2016 15:22: Spelling
#6
Using 2 companies tiff to gain 'likes'

What childish world we live in.
#7
Using 2 companies tiff to gain 'likes'

What childish world we live in.
#8
Scanned at £1.12 this morning
#9
gidsterc
isn't this meant to Hot Deals? I'd hardly call this a deal - just an average offer.


they were in the freezer section too...
#10
£2.47 in Asda, and they had plenty of stock this morning
#11
pennyfarthing88
I'd rather go without.
Sod Unilever and everything that goes with it.
All manufacturers are suffering massive cost increases at the moment. This is fact - we can bury our head in the sand and ignore it or accept it like adults (not aimed at you but Tescos)
If companies start to loose money they cut workforce = even worse situation.
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pennyfarthing88
I'd rather go without.
Sod Unilever and everything that goes with it.
All manufacturers are suffering massive cost increases at the moment. This is fact - we can bury our head in the sand and ignore it or accept it like adults (not aimed at you but Tescos)
If companies start to loose money they cut workforce = even worse situation.

Hard to feel sorry for Unilever when they're posting near £2 billion profits for the first half of 2016?

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