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Morrisons Wonky Veg, Carrots 1kg 35p, Parsnips 500g 52p, Onions 1Kg 42p, Savoy Cabbage 44p , 2.5kg Potatoes £1.12

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I know this has been posted before but not recently, this is however the first time I have seen such a selection of different wonky items together in store, My local store had all these as an end of a… Read More
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8m, 3d agoFound 8 months, 3 days ago
I know this has been posted before but not recently, this is however the first time I have seen such a selection of different wonky items together in store, My local store had all these as an end of aisle display, and quality was really good

Carrots 1kg 35p

Parsnips 500g 52p,

Onions 1Kg 42p,

Savoy Cabbage 44p each

2.5kg Potatoes £1.12 (White & Red)

Also had bags of wonky baby potatoes but I didn't notice the price of them. No wonky fruit unfortunately thou
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#1
I am buying wonky potatoes last few times. maris piper . in begging I was sceptical for this offer . but is more than ok.
#2
Cheers will take a look on payday :)
#3
The other half is partial to a bit of wonky.
1 Like #4
Your text here z
#5
The carrots are allways bent and most of Morrison's fruit and veg are allways bad and poor quality so go to ASDA for better fruit and veg. all so Asda have green grapes and pineapples and apples at only 50p.
1 Like #6
rmaee
The carrots are allways bent and most of Morrison's fruit and veg are allways bad and poor quality so go to ASDA for better fruit and veg. all so Asda have green grapes and pineapples and apples at only 50p.

Never mind, you don't seem to have much luck with anything, do you, Only ever seen negative comments from you, unless it's on your own deals
1 Like #7
goldy12
rmaee
The carrots are allways bent and most of Morrison's fruit and veg are allways bad and poor quality so go to ASDA for better fruit and veg. all so Asda have green grapes and pineapples and apples at only 50p.

Never mind, you don't seem to have much luck with anything, do you, Only ever seen negative comments from you, unless it's on your own deals


check out miss Marple :D:D
#8
Courgettes too, one big one small but about 60p for both, perfectly fine
2 Likes #9
i bought the wonky carrots today,great value and couldn't tell any different from my usual carrots.
#10
merrymaid
i bought the wonky carrots today,great value and couldn't tell any different from my usual carrots.

Me too, I bought all wonky veg for tomorrows dinner, Carrots, Parsnips, Potatoes and Cabbage , all good quality and not really wonky at all, just varying sizes with a few blemishes here and there. Under £2.50 and dinner sorted ( apart from the meat ) I thought it was a good deal which is why I posted it.
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Would encourage everyone to buy "wonky" to prove to Morrisons that non-perfect veg will sell & they should stop rejecting so much of what farmers produce
1 Like #12
So Morrison wonky veg is now slightly more expensive than Lidl and Aldi's normal veg
#13
bigbargainbear
So Morrison wonky veg is now slightly more expensive than Lidl and Aldi's normal veg

Your maths isn't very good then. Here are the prices at Aldi, notice they are more expensive...

Carrots 41p
Parsnips 59p
Onions 55p
Savoy cabbage 55p
2.5kg Potatoes £1.15


Edited By: spullot on Sep 25, 2016 09:26
#14
Good old Brussels and the EU Power machine aboloshing 'wonky' veg years ago plus other laws forced upon us (pesticides, items not allowed to be sold in pounds and ounces). Another reason why I voted Leave. ;)
#15
It might be my local but every time I've bought wonky veg from there it always ends up being low quality and on its way out.
I couldn't use a single onion from the last bag :(
#16
grahamfromoldham
Good old Brussels and the EU Power machine aboloshing 'wonky' veg years ago plus other laws forced upon us (pesticides, items not allowed to be sold in pounds and ounces). Another reason why I voted Leave. ;)
Lol not sure if serious or trolling .

FYI The regulations dictating standards on appearance ,colour , size etc of fruit and veg got dropped by the EU in 2009 . Since then Its good wholesome British supermarkets like Tescos , Sainsburys ,Morrisons and Asda which have been upholding the standards by rejecting anything other than perfect class 1 fruit and veg .

As for pounds and ounces do you really think we are going to go back to those measures after we leave ?
#17
grahamfromoldham
Good old Brussels and the EU Power machine aboloshing 'wonky' veg years ago plus other laws forced upon us (pesticides, items not allowed to be sold in pounds and ounces). Another reason why I voted Leave. ;)


dont forger, we will simply be swapping one set of rules for another, 1 set of self serving Muppets for another. Nowt much will change ;)
#18
merrymaid
i bought the wonky carrots today,great value and couldn't tell any different from my usual carrots.

I can - they're enormous! Way better value than the standard carrots, such a shame our Morrisons seems to run out of them so quickly too :(
#19
goldy12
merrymaid
i bought the wonky carrots today,great value and couldn't tell any different from my usual carrots.
Me too, I bought all wonky veg for tomorrows dinner, Carrots, Parsnips, Potatoes and Cabbage , all good quality and not really wonky at all, just varying sizes with a few blemishes here and there. Under £2.50 and dinner sorted ( apart from the meat ) I thought it was a good deal which is why I posted it.
as long as it all edible it doesn't matter what shape it is .
#20
Is anyone else finding this whole 'wonky' produce scheme a bit insulting? I mean rather than cut into their margins to provide customer savings, they instead thought it genius to start selling what they initially classed as sub-standard produce to customers at a reduced price. Don't get me wrong - a saving is a saving, but this seems like a good example of 'greed behind the gift'.

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