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300g fresh blueberries now £1.49 @ Aldi, getting cheaper and cheaper!
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#1
Dayum.. I just bought some on Ocado for £5.99 for 700g :(
#2
can yoi find same in lidl?
#3
works out cheaper if you buy two of the 69p ones which are 125g
3 Likes #4
snowflake75
works out cheaper if you buy two of the 69p ones which are 125g


I think you need to do your maths again ;)
2 Likes #5
snowflake75
works out cheaper if you buy two of the 69p ones which are 125g

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2 Likes #6
Morrisons have the 500g on offer for £2 or 2 for £30 --- 1kg of blueberries for £3 lol
2 Likes #7
dragonfury
Morrisons have the 500g on offer for £2 or 2 for £30 --- 1kg of blueberries for £3 lol

I think you need to do your maths again ;)
banned#8
Fresh? Very doubtful. No chillers there for this, kept out in middle of store to rot in the heat. And no dates on them, meaning they can sell rotting stuff for as long as they like.

Cold.
#9
2 Likes #10
[quote=valerydarcy]Dayum.. I just bought some on Ocado for £5.99 for 700g :([/quote

I didn't know the upper classes visited this site,things must be tight...:D
#11
lolyehright
Fresh? Very doubtful. No chillers there for this, kept out in middle of store to rot in the heat. And no dates on them, meaning they can sell rotting stuff for as long as they like.

Cold.

I've never had rotten fruit from Aldi, they're kept in chillers in the back before being displayed, and they do have dates on in week number and day number format :)
#12
dragonfury
Morrisons have the 500g on offer for £2 or 2 for £30 --- 1kg of blueberries for £3 lol

I have no idea where my nearest Morrisons is, but thanks - also been told not available in every store :)
1 Like #13
snowflake75
works out cheaper if you buy two of the 69p ones which are 125g

only in that you part with less money
2 Likes #14
Bluberry jam - Simmer 300g and a small apple for 15 minutes.
Add 150g sugar - simmer for 5 more minutes.
Pot in clean 454g jar. eat remainder.
1 Like #15
500g for £2 at Morrissons with a mix and match 2 for £3. How is this a good deal?
#16
fish323
500g for £2 at Morrissons with a mix and match 2 for £3. How is this a good deal?

*Morrisons

Thanks for letting us all know for the third time, it's getting a bit tedious and repetitive now.
#17
Almost as tedious as reading **** 'deals'
#18
fish323
Almost as tedious as reading **** 'deals'

Talking about your own deals there? 3 in 3 years, impressive! Are we due another one sometime soon? :)
#19
kneale81
fish323
Almost as tedious as reading **** 'deals'

Talking about your own deals there? 3 in 3 years, impressive! Are we due another one sometime soon? :)
All real deals. I should have posted the Morrisons deal rather than have non deals posted by you. Close the 'deal' and stop wasting people's money.
#20
fish323
kneale81
fish323
Almost as tedious as reading **** 'deals'

Talking about your own deals there? 3 in 3 years, impressive! Are we due another one sometime soon? :)
All real deals. I should have posted the Morrisons deal rather than have non deals posted by you. Close the 'deal' and stop wasting people's money.

LOL - I'll stop feeding the troll now :)
2 Likes #21
lolyehright
Fresh? Very doubtful. No chillers there for this, kept out in middle of store to rot in the heat. And no dates on them, meaning they can sell rotting stuff for as long as they like.

Cold.

Your store sells them in the wrong place then, they should be in a chiller, they are in my local. Also they do have dates on them, but they are in code system, and nothing is sold out of date.
#22
We're pretty much in blackberry season now so check your local hedges etc for free food. They taste better than blueberries anyway imho and don't need to be flown half way round the world. ;-)

Edited By: sotomonkey on Aug 02, 2014 15:41: .
#23
sotomonkey
We're pretty much in blackberry season now so check your local hedges etc for free food. They taste better than blueberries anyway imho and don't need to be flown half way round the world. ;-)

I'd hardly call Spain and Poland half way round the world.
#24
kneale81
sotomonkey
We're pretty much in blackberry season now so check your local hedges etc for free food. They taste better than blueberries anyway imho and don't need to be flown half way round the world. ;-)

I'd hardly call Spain and Poland half way round the world.

Really? Last one's I had were from Chile I think. Still unnecessary air miles unless you really like blueberries.
#25
sotomonkey
kneale81
sotomonkey
We're pretty much in blackberry season now so check your local hedges etc for free food. They taste better than blueberries anyway imho and don't need to be flown half way round the world. ;-)

I'd hardly call Spain and Poland half way round the world.

Really? Last one's I had were from Chile I think. Still unnecessary air miles unless you really like blueberries.

I love them. Buy some British strawberries, cherries, blackberries or raspberries if air miles bother you.
#26
kneale81
sotomonkey
kneale81
sotomonkey
We're pretty much in blackberry season now so check your local hedges etc for free food. They taste better than blueberries anyway imho and don't need to be flown half way round the world. ;-)

I'd hardly call Spain and Poland half way round the world.

Really? Last one's I had were from Chile I think. Still unnecessary air miles unless you really like blueberries.

I love them. Buy some British strawberries, cherries, blackberries or raspberries if air miles bother you.

I think buying blackberries from the supermarket this time of year is even worse. Granted not everywhere has blackberries a plenty but there really are tonnes of fresh ones out there waiting to be picked at the moment. The only agro is the process of picking them and locating them, although that's not such a big deal imo.

If you find a good patch, pick buckets full of them and shove them in the freezer. They're easier to wash too once they're frozenn.

Edited By: sotomonkey on Aug 02, 2014 17:22
#27
snowflake75
works out cheaper if you buy two of the 69p ones which are 125g
that's £1.38 for 250g

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