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Sugar - 2 for £1.00 @ Farmfoods

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From tomorrow morning, sugar at farmfoods is going to be 2 bags for a whole quid. Using app, so would appreciate if a mod could add a retailer for me :) Read More
From tomorrow morning, sugar at farmfoods is going to be 2 bags for a whole quid. Using app, so would appreciate if a mod could add a retailer for me :)
neurotica Avatar15h, 52m agoFound 15 hours, 52 minutes ago12 Comments
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philphil61
Not sure about the food industry inventing snacks butFor a family it's cheaper to cook a meal than buy prepacked or takeoutsEven myself, living on my own, I'll cook a meal for two and put the second in the fridge for the next day.But it's about burning off what you eat and with todays kids they all just sit at home on their pc's or mobiles - on this estate I see the same half dozen kids (about 4 - 6 yr olds) playing outside daily but where are the rest?


Totally fascinating BBC documentary about the food industry here and in America. Incredibly, they turned the tide about eating between meals with the massive Cadbury campaign ' a finger of fudge is just enough to give your kids a treat', showing that suddenly, children needed a quick sugar boost between finishing school and having their tea. It all went from there. It said in the docu that this was the moment that the concept of snacking was born. I tell my kids that onceover, you never saw anyone eating or drinking as they walked about, apart from fish and chips, or an ice cream.
juggler1
philphil61
Riley007
With obesity at an all time high, especially in children i think a sugar TAX should be initiated (fierce)
Sugar is not the major problem to affect obesity
Sugar has been available for generations - it's bad lifestyle choices that are the major cause of obesity.
Sitting in front of the television watching tv or playing computer games whilst eating crisps or takeaway or prepacked foods are the causes.
As a kid I ate dripping sarnies, ketchup sarnies, sugar sarnies and most of the kids ate the same and were skinny. The only fat kid would be the one whose parents allowed them to eat snacks and excused them from school sports whilst allowing them to watch tv all night unlike the rest of us who would be outside in the fresh air playing and actually doing physical stuff.
I agree, it's the snacks. The food industry invented the concept of snacking, in the 70s. It had always been called ' eating between meals' and was frowned on. That's what my Mum would say if we saw someone overweight- that they were ' eating between meals' Tbh, I've always given my kids great big, home cooked meals, and puddings, plenty fat and sugar, and never offered snacks. All super-slim.
Not sure about the food industry inventing snacks but
For a family it's cheaper to cook a meal than buy prepacked or takeouts
Even myself, living on my own, I'll cook a meal for two and put the second in the fridge for the next day.

But it's about burning off what you eat and with todays kids they all just sit at home on their pc's or mobiles - on this estate I see the same half dozen kids (about 4 - 6 yr olds) playing outside daily but where are the rest?
Good price - but Morrisons have a 2kg bag for 88p - or at least they did last time a bought som a couple of weeks ago
philphil61
Riley007
With obesity at an all time high, especially in children i think a sugar TAX should be initiated (fierce)
Sugar is not the major problem to affect obesity
Sugar has been available for generations - it's bad lifestyle choices that are the major cause of obesity.
Sitting in front of the television watching tv or playing computer games whilst eating crisps or takeaway or prepacked foods are the causes.

As a kid I ate dripping sarnies, ketchup sarnies, sugar sarnies and most of the kids ate the same and were skinny. The only fat kid would be the one whose parents allowed them to eat snacks and excused them from school sports whilst allowing them to watch tv all night unlike the rest of us who would be outside in the fresh air playing and actually doing physical stuff.




I agree, it's the snacks. The food industry invented the concept of snacking, in the 70s. It had always been called ' eating between meals' and was frowned on. That's what my Mum would say if we saw someone overweight- that they were ' eating between meals' Tbh, I've always given my kids great big, home cooked meals, and puddings, plenty fat and sugar, and never offered snacks. All super-slim.
Riley007
With obesity at an all time high, especially in children i think a sugar TAX should be initiated (fierce)

Sugar is not the major problem to affect obesity
Sugar has been available for generations - it's bad lifestyle choices that are the major cause of obesity.
Sitting in front of the television watching tv or playing computer games whilst eating crisps or takeaway or prepacked foods are the causes.

As a kid I ate dripping sarnies, ketchup sarnies, sugar sarnies and most of the kids ate the same and were skinny. The only fat kid would be the one whose parents allowed them to eat snacks and excused them from school sports whilst allowing them to watch tv all night unlike the rest of us who would be outside in the fresh air playing and actually doing physical stuff.

Edited By: philphil61 on Jul 21, 2017 18:24: Jul 21, 2017 18:24
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20 packs of Beef Space Raiders for £1.50 @ Farmfoods

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Just visited my local Farmfoods and they had an offer on crisps in which you can get two bags of 10 pack Beef or Pickled Onion Space Raiders for only £1.50. They also had different crisps such as Fris… Read More
Just visited my local Farmfoods and they had an offer on crisps in which you can get two bags of 10 pack Beef or Pickled Onion Space Raiders for only £1.50. They also had different crisps such as Fris…
jordan2k82k9 Avatar1d, 16h agoFound 1 day, 16 hours ago9 Comments
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Even cheaper than they were in the 80s!!!!!
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Out of this world! Hot.
Loose stools for days!
theyiddo
Shame its the beef and not pickled onion. :(
They had Pickled Onion as well
Shame its the beef and not pickled onion. :(
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Schweppes 3l Lemonade only £1.00 instore @ Farmfoods!!!

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Schweppes Lemonade 3l (2l + 50% extra free) just £1.00 at Farmfoods!! All stock currently dated Feb 18. Read More
Schweppes Lemonade 3l (2l + 50% extra free) just £1.00 at Farmfoods!! All stock currently dated Feb 18.
garethsmith1989 Avatar1d, 18h agoFound 1 day, 18 hours ago1 Comment
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they do this deal quite a lot, also have 3x3ltrs of Coca Cola/ Diet for £5 (55p per litre)
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Radox 500ml Eucalyptus & Citrus Oil Shower Gel @ Farmfoods - £1.00

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Double the size of the normal bottle for only £1 Read More
Double the size of the normal bottle for only £1
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Fairy Original 5L £5.99 instore @ FarmFoods

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FAIRY Original 5L £5.99 at Farmfoods Read More
FAIRY Original 5L £5.99 at Farmfoods
naastynad Avatar6d, 2h agoFound 6 days, 2 hours ago8 Comments
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Heat! works out to around £5.50 with the farmfoods vouchers. Normally double that price from Bookers
Misslovely
This is a different version of fairy. More watery should i say
I don't know. Should you?
watered down
This is a different version of fairy. More watery should i say
Thanks OP this is the Pro version of Fairy and it is definatley NOT as good as original fairy . Far better with Aldi Magnum Premium.
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10 tins of Heinz beans for £4.00 @ Farmfoods

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£4.00 @ FarmFoods
Heinz beans for 40p each. Read More
Heinz beans for 40p each.
Freebyforever Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago6 Comments
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but you can buy 12 cans of Branston beans for £3.75 in Tesco.
batemansxxxb
great deal if they're the big tins 400g ish


I can confirm they are. Bought them the other day in here.
Price increases for smaller items with cheaper ingredients........welcome to the future of shopping in GB ;)
don't light a match
price gone up then :(
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Liquorice Allsorts 460g boxes £1.00 at Farmfoods

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Spotted these in my local Farmfoods Redditch, only £1 with BBE date of end of August 2017. I'm sorted, well I'm allsorted! ;) Read More
Spotted these in my local Farmfoods Redditch, only £1 with BBE date of end of August 2017. I'm sorted, well I'm allsorted! ;)
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56cheryl56
They also had also cartons of jelly babies in my local store today - dated 5th September
very true, popped in today and they were stocking cartons of jelly babies too at £1 each with these same dates as you mentioned. It seems a national deal but is stock dependent!
No stock at Blakelaw,Newcastle,apparently sold out
Eat, drink and be merry..................because you are a known sugar addict ;)
They also had also cartons of jelly babies in my local store today - dated 5th September
Nice find op
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Persil 100 wash non bio £9.99 @ farmfoods

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Persil 100 wash non bio @ farmfoods Read More
Persil 100 wash non bio @ farmfoods
niallwilson1102 Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago6 Comments
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I actually went in for the surf deal and should be nationwide I think, don't think it's non bio though? Correct me if I'm wrong. =]
Thar
Misslovely
What about the surf? Thats 120 wash for same price
Thanks for the heads up! This Persil deal is good but that is even better!
Where? Non Bio?
Misslovely
What about the surf? Thats 120 wash for same price

Thanks for the heads up! This Persil deal is good but that is even better!
What about the surf? Thats 120 wash for same price
dilahk
10p a was is brilliant.

Don't forget "will be" lol
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72 cans of Irn Bru for £17.00 (24p a can) Farmfoods Dalkeith Edinburgh

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£17.00 @ FarmFoods
24 pack of Irn Bru x3 for £17 at Dalkeith, Edinburgh Farmfoods. 24p a can is a decent price! Read More
24 pack of Irn Bru x3 for £17 at Dalkeith, Edinburgh Farmfoods. 24p a can is a decent price!
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Gordinho
mb021
Also invented by the Americans...
And made with girders. (You have to imagine you're Taggart to pronounce girders properly) :)
Made in Scotland yes, but invented in America
hamsterboy
Gordinho
And made with girders. (You have to imagine you're Taggart to pronounce girders properly) :D
Made in Scotland from girders.
Made in Scotland yes... but originated in America
Pish
This is the usual price for IrnBru (Tango, Vimto, Pepsi) at Farmfoods. Was previously £16 for three. Go online (or if you get the leaflet through the door, use the ones in there) for £2.50 off £25-£49.99, £5 off £50-74.99, £2.50 + £5 vouchers off £75-£99.99, £10 off £100-£124.99 etc.
why these beverage make kids behave differently?
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Farmfoods have Mackies 1litre+1litre only £2.99

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£2.99 @ FarmFoods
Get 100% extra free Mackies of Scotland luxury dairy ice cream in Farmfoods. 2 litres of delicious creamy vanilla ice cream for £2.99. Bargain! £3.00 for only 1 litre in Sainsburys, Tesco, Waitrose… Read More
Get 100% extra free Mackies of Scotland luxury dairy ice cream in Farmfoods. 2 litres of delicious creamy vanilla ice cream for £2.99. Bargain! £3.00 for only 1 litre in Sainsburys, Tesco, Waitrose…
helebark Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago4 Comments
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Pssssst Aldi's Scottish own brand ice cream is made by mackies.
Been this price for a year!
Thanks op will have to pop into Farmfoods and stock up on this lovely ice cream!
One of the best ice creams out there because it actually contains a proper amount of cream, not milk or worse powdered milk and palm oil! Worth every penny.
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Classic Cornetto 12 pack. 2 for £5.00 at Farmfoods

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24 Classico Cornetto for £5 at Farmfoods Read More
24 Classico Cornetto for £5 at Farmfoods
maani12 Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago2 Comments
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Hot but cold! :D
Tesco still selling £1 for 4 if you have a small freezer or so not have Farmfoods near you. Also in mint and strawberry in Tesco. Nonetheless good deal op.
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42x Assorted Walkers Crisps Boxes £3.99 FarmFoods

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The 42x box includes; 14x Quavers, 14x Wotsits, 14x Monster Munch (5x roast beef, 5x pickled, 4x flamin' hot) They also have a 40x Walkers box which includes; 10x cheese & onion, prawn cocktail,… Read More
The 42x box includes; 14x Quavers, 14x Wotsits, 14x Monster Munch (5x roast beef, 5x pickled, 4x flamin' hot) They also have a 40x Walkers box which includes; 10x cheese & onion, prawn cocktail,…
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12 Whiskas Cat food Pouches Box £1.99 Farmfoods

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12 Whiskas Cat food Pouches Box £1.99 in Farmfoods Tredegar maybe national as these wasn't a sale price just normal, cheapest ive seen and cat loves it Read More
12 Whiskas Cat food Pouches Box £1.99 in Farmfoods Tredegar maybe national as these wasn't a sale price just normal, cheapest ive seen and cat loves it
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It's a discontinued line. Whiskas have replaced the Simply range with Casserole & Soup so I imagine FF are selling it all off. We cleared our local branch out. Our 3 Bengals are not happy that it's discontinued :-(
The cat face looks a bit like our Bengal's face.
Will post a pic later, IF, I can work out how to do it??!! Unless, a nice, kind person, tells me in easy English how to do so??!!! x
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This is the new one, I think? I'm sure we got a sample & £1 voucher in a box of the 40 original Whiskas??!!
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This gives me the crappers!
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54 toilet tissue rolls of nicky elite £10.00 FarmFoods

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54 rolls of three ply toilet tissue nicky elite Read More
54 rolls of three ply toilet tissue nicky elite
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loadsavmoney
£10 off at the moment, was there a £20 off or did you mean 10
Thought I had a 20 off but you got me questioning it now, just checked my current vouchers and they are indeed 10 off atm
michaeljb
540 rolls for £80 if you use their 20 off 100 spend voucher. just need the storage
£10 off at the moment, was there a £20 off or did you mean 10
Silhouette
futura
Clearly you have too much time on your hands and should maybe put your time to better use. One suggestion would be for you to try something before you slate it because you clearly haven't got a clue what you're talking about ("tracing paper"!)
You obviously didnt read the latest comment when posting - as literally the last thing said was someone concurring with my evaluation.
If you *dont* think this stuff is merely neatly packaged cheap toilet tissue... Then I worry for your bums and their upbringing for they have obviously never been gently caressed by anything layered with luxury.
Having used all the brands you describe as "luxury" i.e. waitrose, Andrex, Kleenex Velvet etc I can say my bum was not 'caressed' any better by them than it is by this. They did caress my pockets though and relieved me of considerably more money, hence why this happy bum will be sticking to this
futura
Clearly you have too much time on your hands and should maybe put your time to better use. One suggestion would be for you to try something before you slate it because you clearly haven't got a clue what you're talking about ("tracing paper"!)

You obviously didnt read the latest comment when posting - as literally the last thing said was someone concurring with my evaluation.

If you *dont* think this stuff is merely neatly packaged cheap toilet tissue... Then I worry for your bums and their upbringing for they have obviously never been gently caressed by anything layered with luxury.
Silhouette
If you divide the extra £4 to get 'proper' stuff for a few less rolls (45) you're looking at these Nicki Tracing Paper Sheets at 18.5p per roll (not factoring in how thick the rolls are - or the size of the tubing), but compare that to 32.5p - you're looking at 14p per roll more to go from FarmFoods to Waitrose... IfyaknowwhatimsayingJust seems a no brainer - as im not sure who else is like us, but a roll lasts a good for days, so considering its purpose and the risk that @robin5858 clearly pointed out above (we all know what he means), who'd risk that for 14p per roll :D
Note to self. Find better things to do during the day than sit around talking about bog roll economics.
Clearly you have too much time on your hands and should maybe put your time to better use. One suggestion would be for you to try something before you slate it because you clearly haven't got a clue what you're talking about ("tracing paper"!)

Edited By: futura on Jun 29, 2017 10:05
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Hellmans Salad Cream 39p instore at farmfoods

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430ml Hellmans salad cream 39p instore at farmfoods, seen in Northampton Read More
430ml Hellmans salad cream 39p instore at farmfoods, seen in Northampton
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3 for £20.00 / £7.99 each Whiskas 32+8 free cat food pouches at Farmfoods

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Whiskas cat food pouches are currently £7.99 for 40 pouches. (32 + 8 free). They are also 3 for £20. Plus if you're lucky enough to get a leaflet through the door which had vouchers for £2.50 off a £2… Read More
Whiskas cat food pouches are currently £7.99 for 40 pouches. (32 + 8 free). They are also 3 for £20. Plus if you're lucky enough to get a leaflet through the door which had vouchers for £2.50 off a £2…
hunterdm Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago8 Comments
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So if it's 1.99 for 12 pouches £20 worth is 120 pouches which is the same, so should be for right now 3 boxes for £20. 120 pouches. Good deal.
Huyton store the deal is on both and there was a lot more poultry stock there than the fish. Plenty of stock in store.

Edited By: RedStarBelgrade on Jul 04, 2017 17:04: Edited from the official Android app
Only have fish flavours at my local store (Bulwell) too...Otherwise a good deal.
Been hoping this offer would come back and now that it has I'll be taking full advantage of it :3
JUSTANOTHERSTAR
been delivering those leaflets all day...saw this deal and decided to try and figure out where my nearest one was...too far to go just for cat food though lol


It came just at the right time. Was on the lookout for a deal on these.
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Birds eye 4 Breaded fish fillets 480g two packs for £2.00 instore @ Farmfoods

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Went to farmfood's this afternoon. and they had these boxes of Birds eye breaded cod fish fillets for 2 for £2 you get 4 in a box so 8 fillets for £2 is a bargain. Considering these are £4 a box in Te… Read More
Went to farmfood's this afternoon. and they had these boxes of Birds eye breaded cod fish fillets for 2 for £2 you get 4 in a box so 8 fillets for £2 is a bargain. Considering these are £4 a box in Te…
lozboz31 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago7 Comments
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Found these today in Farm Foods Gorleston, Norfolk. Excellent deal.
heat
Good spot op! have some heat!
Good for cod
kick_u_in_the_nuts
BREADED FISH GUTS MORE LIKE


No, OP posted a pic that clearly says "Cod Fillets".

Not "Fish Fillets" or similar.
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Surf 120 Wash at Farmfoods - £9.99

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Down to 9.99 from 11.99. Read More
Down to 9.99 from 11.99.
Unknown316 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago2 Comments
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Near enough the same price as buying from Costco if you're a member. Good price
Great price op have some heat
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4 pack Heinz Spaghetti Hoops £1.00 @ Farmfoods

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4 pack Heinz 400g Spaghetti Hoops are just £1 Farmfoods Tredegar probably national ! Read More
4 pack Heinz 400g Spaghetti Hoops are just £1 Farmfoods Tredegar probably national !
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Yep , got these a while back....heat
Availability comfirmed in Newtown Birmingham branch.
I believe it's national..
they had these last week in the Cambridge st Glasgow store
Good find op, thanks, I'll have a look in my local tomorrow!

Company History of FarmFoods

FarmFoodsFarmFoods’ history goes back to the 1960s when it began as a Scottish frozen food producer. However, the company has expanded quickly over the past decade, selling high quality frozen meals at more than 300 stores across the UK. Recent years have also seen FarmFoods extend their range to plenty of other household items and groceries. Nowadays, they are the first place many UK shoppers head to if they need to carry out their regular shopping on a tight budget.

Where to Buy FarmFoods Products

Most of FarmFoods business takes place via its network of 300 stores and there should be an outlet near you. To find the nearest FarmFoods store, log onto their website and use the store finder tool. Just enter your postcode and all of the local stores will be listed. Shoppers cannot buy online from FarmFoods as yet, and all of the firm’s deals take the form of offers in your local store.

Product Categories Available at FarmFoods

FarmFoods specialise in selling frozen food products. They originated as a Scottish company that sought to bridge the worlds of farming and convenience food, and continue to offer a wide range of popular food products, including:

  • Ready meals – Meat and seafood based prepared meals, including chicken Kievs, shepherd’s pie, fish pie, chicken curries, pasta dishes, beef and lamb hotpot and even all day breakfasts. Also includes a wide range of ready meals designed specifically for those on a diet, including Weight Watchers products. There is also a vegetarian range available.
  • Pizzas – Featuring a full range of toppings and sizes.
  • Desserts – Including ice cream, prepared cakes and tarts, ice lollies, choc ices, sorbets, frozen yoghurt.
  • Frozen meats – FarmFoods offers every kind of farm-reared meat in affordable frozen packages, including bacon, beef, chicken, pork, lamb, rabbit, turkey and game. Burgers and hot dogs, chops and ribs are also available – ideal for barbecues.
  • Frozen seafood – Includes whole fish such as sea bass, trout, salmon, cod, haddock, pollock, mackerel, bream and plaice, along with shellfish like lobster, crab and prawns. Also features prepared seafood products like fish fingers, breaded fish, crab sticks, breaded scampi and prawn toast.
  • Bread and bakery products – Includes staples like sliced white and brown bread, speciality loaves, croissants and other pastries, crumpets, brioche buns and sandwich rusks.
  • Kitchen essentials – Butter, eggs, baking powder, oils, flour, sugar, icing, herbs and spices.
  • Tinned goods – Includes tinned tuna and salmon, baked beans, soups, spaghetti hoops, tinned vegetables (including sweetcorn, kidney beans, butter beans and spinach), curries, tinned meats and desserts.
  • Beverages – Includes soft drinks like Coke, Pepsi, Fanta, lemonade, fresh and concentrated fruit juices and squashes, alcoholic drinks like beer and wine, infusions like tea, herbal teas and coffee, as well as milk and bottled water.
  • Crisps and snacks – Includes big bags of branded potato crisps, tortilla chips, artisan crisps, nuts, Bombay mix, rice based snacks and pork scratchings.
  • Household essentials – Including toilet roll, kitchen roll, cleaning fluids, sponges, towels, flannels, wipes, scouring pads, mops, brushes, bathroom cleaner, carpet cleaner, room fragrances, detergent, washing powder, softener, water purifying tablets, dusters, rubber gloves and plenty more.
  • Confectionery – Includes chocolate bars, branded chocolates, boiled sweets, cereal bars, teacakes, biscuits, honey coated nuts, toffee and other sweet items.

FarmFoods leaflet deals

Brands Stocked by FarmFoods

FarmFoods stock plenty of meat sourced from their own network of farmers across the UK, but also carry products by the UK’s favourite food and drink brands. Big names on offer at the store include:

Making a Purchase From FarmFoods

FarmFoods currently does not offer the ability to purchase its products online or to have them delivered to your home. Instead, you will have to visit one of its hundreds of outlets located across the UK. There is a website at www.farmfoods.co.uk where you can look up further information about the merchant.

The FarmFoods Loyalty Scheme

FarmFoods has an in-house loyalty scheme to encourage customers to return again and again. If you want to enjoy cut-price frozen food and other grocery items, a FarmFoods Savings Card makes perfect sense.

To get hold of a FarmFoods Savings Card, head to one of the company’s stores and request a card. You can activate your card on the spot for as little as £1. After that, you can top up the credit on your card up to £200 whenever you visit a FarmFoods store.

The idea of the card is that the more you spend, the more you save. As you pay for your groceries at FarmFoods, you will accumulate store credit which can be used to save money on future shops. You can also charge up a FarmFoods card for other people to use, and they can be used in any FarmFoods store across the country.

Sales at FarmFoods

FarmFoods is a discount retailer and there are always in-store discounts on offer. You can pick up a FarmFoods catalogue by popping into one of its stores and this will list most of the current deals. Alternatively, you can check the FarmFoods HotUKDeals listings for short-term discount vouchers and save even more as you shop. All discount vouchers can be presented to staff at a FarmFoods outlet and your savings will be processed on the spot.

Check out seasonal sales at FarmFoods as well. The store offers regular summer and Christmas deals, allowing you to save money on items like festive gatherings and summer barbecues.

Payment Methods Accepted by FarmFoods

When you shop at FarmFoods you can pay with cash or most major credit and debit cards. You can also use your pre-charged FarmFoods Saving Card.

Returning Items to FarmFoods

FarmFoods will accept any damaged or inedible items and provide a replacement when the food product in question is within its use-by date. Just head to the store counter and show the product, and the clerk will offer a replacement on the spot. Take a receipt of purchase with you.

However, most FarmFoods outlets do not offer refunds. Stores will generally only offer a replacement should you encounter any problems. If you want to take up a complaint with the firm, the best idea is to phone or write to their customer service team.

FarmFoods local store

Ways to Stay In Touch With FarmFoods

If you want to keep up to date with what FarmFoods has to offer, you can subscribe to its email newsletter on the website, which provides regular information about current promotions and new products. You can also pick up printed brochures and leaflets at your local FarmFoods store with information about what is on offer.

Contacting FarmFoods

FarmFoods can be contacted via the following methods:

  • You can call the customer service team at 0121 7007160 (Monday to Saturday from 8:30-17:30).
  • Alternatively, you can put your query in writing by using their online contact form. This allows you to choose which department you’d like to contact. Most people will be looking for customer service, so be sure to choose the right option.

You can also write to the company’s head office at:

  • FarmFoods Ltd
  • 1507 Coventry Road
  • Yardley
  • Birmingham, B25 8LW
  • United Kingdom

farmfoods.co.uk provides some information about the company’s products and how to make a purchase, so it may be a good place to look first if you have a simple question.

FarmFoods is one of the UK’s most popular discount retailers, selling a wide range of cheap meat products, seafood, ready meals, canned foods, drinks and household items. If you want to save money on your regular shopping, head down to your local FarmFoods with a discount voucher from the HotUKDeals FarmFoods listings and stock up on whatever you need.