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McDougall's Plain flour & Self-raising flour 1.5kg 70p Morrisons

£0.70 @ Morrisons
Large packet 70p down from £1.45 Read More
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#1
Good price, any deals on bread flour currently?
#2
just came from there.. might be store specific as i was looking for some flour in particular but no offers whatsoever ..:(
#3
I presumed it will be national as part of their price crunch. Obviously not then.
#4
Weight?
#5
let me check my kitchen
1 Like #6
1.5kg. I knew it was the 'big' packet
#7
on offer in my Morrisons :)
#8
Is this much different to store own flour? Sainsburys bread flour makes better bread IMHO than Allinsons or Hovis, so why pay the extra.
#9
Cozworth806
Is this much different to store own flour? Sainsburys bread flour makes better bread IMHO than Allinsons or Hovis, so why pay the extra.


Haven't tried store own flour my self, but this one does make truly awesome cakes :). Also at this price it might even be cheaper than store own flour!!

Edited By: meowmix on Jan 19, 2011 08:41
#10
is this '00' grade?
#11
My usual "strong flour" was 63p a bag last year. Currently it's closer to £1.50.

Is this a usual 'seasonal' price increase, or was there a bad harvest last year or something?!?
#12
BorisTheSpider
My usual "strong flour" was 63p a bag last year. Currently it's closer to £1.50.

Is this a usual 'seasonal' price increase, or was there a bad harvest last year or something?!?


Excuses I've heard in the last couple of days include a poor Russian harvest and the Australian flooding.

I suspect that a large part of the increase is due to the fact that many financial speculators have shifted their focus to basic commodities as they are not making money from their traditional focuses. Hence the food price riots in other parts of the world, not forgetting the recent large inflationary increases that we've seen in our food prices.

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