Onions, 1KG pack Only 39p @ Lidl instore - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit

All Comments

(9) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
Oh the poor farmers that supplied these, they must only get a few quid per tonne, its enough to make your eyes water
#2
Yeah,poor farmers whose farms are only worth a few million squid. Poor dears....
#3
moneysaver9988
Oh the poor farmers that supplied these, they must only get a few quid per tonne, its enough to make your eyes water


Yes those same farmers who get subsidies for not planting in some fields as well as subsidies for lots of other things.:thinking:
#4
Lidl actually will make a small loss or break even as those prices.

The 'millions' that these farmers have are the the farms that supply Tesco/Sainsbury etc not the smaller discount stores that are the scraps off the table that have been left by the Super farms bought up by seed companies and pension funds.

Farmers that get subsidies are once again huge pension funded land owners who have 'friends'in high places, not small growers who have prepare the land, buy the seeds, spray and attend to their crops,harvest them in the hope the crops they gambled on to grow firstly actually grow and second actually make the money the farmer needs to make a living and invest for next season ........ Where would we be if it was not for the farmer ! Not far and all very very hungry !


By the way some very good prices on the products on offer from a customers view !
#5
onions are always 72p for 2kg @tesco/asda (so 36p/kg)
#6
Bought these once from Lidl, ended up binning them as they went rotten within 2 days, and that was me keeping them in the fridge. Rubbish.
#7
Gball
Bought these once from Lidl, ended up binning them as they went rotten within 2 days, and that was me keeping them in the fridge. Rubbish.


dont keep uncut onions in the fridge, a cool dry ventilated place they stay fresh & last longer
#8
I love Lidl's prices but I hate their service. Spent 40 mins doing a shop at the Bolton Astley Bridge branch on Sunday afternoon, with bad-tempered child in sweltering heat (poor me - boo hoo). Got in line, then we were all told that as the only till open had gone down we had to leave our baskets and go. No apology. I left and then realised I was due the pound in my trolly (tight I know). Got back in and got it - remonstrated about the general situation only to be told by the manageress that she would rather be at home watching the football!
#9
barclays
Lidl actually will make a small loss or break even as those prices.

The 'millions' that these farmers have are the the farms that supply Tesco/Sainsbury etc not the smaller discount stores that are the scraps off the table that have been left by the Super farms bought up by seed companies and pension funds.

Farmers that get subsidies are once again huge pension funded land owners who have 'friends'in high places, not small growers who have prepare the land, buy the seeds, spray and attend to their crops,harvest them in the hope the crops they gambled on to grow firstly actually grow and second actually make the money the farmer needs to make a living and invest for next season ........ Where would we be if it was not for the farmer ! Not far and all very very hungry !


By the way some very good prices on the products on offer from a customers view !


:thumbsup: Knows his onions.

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!