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Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice - £0.69 @ Lidl

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8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
Freahly Squuzed orange Juice fo 69p. Normally 1.09 which was cheap anyway!!
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#1
Words like Trades Description springs to mind
#2
'Freshly squeezed' means within minutes. How can this be freshly squeezed?

Cold.
banned#3
You're a pedantic group, it means it was freshly squeezed into the carton (not literally mind pedants). When you buy a fresh chicken do you expect i tto be alive? Or Just that minute killed?
#4
I worry about the 'freahly squuzed' stuff personally!!!!!!!
#5
Title says @ Tesco but deal is at Lidl
#6
master_chief
You're a pedantic group, it means it was freshly squeezed into the carton (not literally mind pedants). When you buy a fresh chicken do you expect i tto be alive? Or Just that minute killed?



So with your logic a fresh chicken is a chicken that was killed freshly and put in a freezer?
this is not freshly squeezed orange juice which ever way you look at it.. being from Lidl it has been imported.
banned#7
Captain Hook
So with your logic a fresh chicken is a chicken that was killed freshly and put in a freezer?
this is not freshly squeezed orange juice which ever way you look at it.. being from Lidl it has been imported.


OK i recant my comment, Just looked at the actual site and it isn't freshly squeezed as it doesn't state on the packaging.

If it did say freshly squeezed on the packaging and wasn't pasteurized (which is what separates "freshly squeezed" packaged Juice from the long life concentrate ****) then it was bottled freshly squeezed so can claim so.

Sorry for multiple edits
#8
master_chief
OK i recant my comment, Just looked at the actual site and it isn't freshly squeezed as it doesn't state on the packaging.


Okay, point taken

hey.. that wasn't the post I was replying to
#9
most of the "freshly squeezed" stuff is from concentrate anyway
#10
That is cheap.............no wonder the growers in poor countries cant afford to eat.

As tight as i am with money always buy fair trade a few pence to you and I is a massive ammount to someone else.
(my tesco have stopped doing fair trade ornage juice saddly)
#11
GREAT DEAL, THANKS :thumbsup:
#12
This juice is delicious. But it is at LIDL, not Tesco. It is freshly squeezed, which means not from concentrate.
"Words like Trades Description springs to mind" - eh what??
If you want freshly-freshly squeezed, buy your own oranges. Or even better, grow them.
#13
http://www.lidl.co.uk/uk/home.nsf/pages/c.o.pc.p.Freshly_Squeezed_Orange_Juice

Not from concentrate.. you can just make it out i think
banned#14
freshly squeezed would never come from concentrate. At the end of the day, just go by taste for juices as by the time you drink them, then there is booger all vitamins left in them.
#15
I bought one of these last week - tasted pretty good, actually.
#16
We've been buying this for a while now and it really does taste like freshly-squeezed, much more than Tropicana does. I know it's Lidl and to shop there one needs to go in disguise in case being spotted but here's my list of their best stuff: Reserve Rioja £4.99(or less), Gorgonzola cheese £1.49, Thai Green/Red curries + rice £1.89, Salami/Chorizo sausage ~£1.60. I'm in the wine trade and trust me when I tell you the Rioja is def worth the money and if you like strong cheese let the Gorgonzola ripen for a few days and it is delicious. In fact if you want to impress your partner you could have a Thai curry and rice each, cheese and biscuits to follow, all washed down with some nice wine all for around a tenner!

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