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Just popped into my local co-op to get some bread but they had this great cheese on offer! It's the 'Co-operative British Mature Cheddar' at 350g + 100% extra free so it works at 700g for 3.29, (4.70/kg!) great price! I guess it's the X-mas stock, though best before 1st March 2012! Great for me!
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Absolute bargain, is it any good?
Absolute bargain, is it any good?

Yes, also have Wyke Farms 340g three for £5 (£4.90 per kilo)
It is! And, as you can see it comes in 2 nice packages that are re-sealable and can be used whenever you want to!
its been that price since before christmas but is a good cheese non the less
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Might have to make a trip then. My husband uses half a block every time he makes cheese on toast so we go through the stuff. Thanks!
This is a pretty old offer and has been sold out in my co-op for at least a week
My local co-op was selling these for £2.49 but that was a couple of weeks back.

Edited By: raeble on Jan 29, 2012 22:32
i dont think it taste like a proper mature cheese i have bought this and was dissapointed with its mature label to me its more of a mild tasting than a mature cheese
As already said this was around at Christmas because it was a Christmas promotion so any stock stores have will be once sold its gone. The store I work at shifted it off to other stores because we was allocated to much/it never sold so well so we have non so other stores will be in the same boat. Maybe have some maybe not. Either way I liked the Cheese and felt it was always a good buy.

As said it had been reduced at some places also due to mass volume in store but it was all dated to March at earliest I remember so well worth it of you can pick it up.

The Wykes Farm Cheese is only on the 3 for £5 on the Mature product and that is part of a 3 for £5 along with Muller Corner 6 packs and a few other things, another good offer if you ask me.

Edited By: Robeh on Jan 29, 2012 22:40
I bought 2 packs of this and the 2nd free block of cheese had mould on it.

Only bought it 2 weeks ago, not buying anymore.
Take it back, I'm sure they will refund you, or cut the mould off and eat the rest.... good deal...
I love chedder - but disliked this cheese. It was hard to grate as well. Tasted a bit too "vintage" to my liking. But good value if you do like it! :)
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there are some money-off coupons for co-op cheeses at :

These packs are now down to £3.00 each in my local store.

At under £4.29 per kilo this has to be the cheapest mature cheddar currently available from a supermarket.


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