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Super 6 @ Aldis. Fruit and Veg Specials for 69p

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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
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2.5kg of Baking Potatoes
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1.5kg of Onions
500g of White Seedless Grapes
Large Vine Tomatoes(450g)
6 pack of Green Apples
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#1
Thank you.

:viking:
#2
Damn, they had 5KG Maris Pipers for 49p last month. Prices seem to be rising again......
#3
bought their vine tomatoes today.
All i can say is you get what you pay for.
#4
toycollector
bought their vine tomatoes today.
All i can say is you get what you pay for.


Tomatoes? :?
The cheeky bar-stewards even left the green bits on!
#5
tightasagnatschu
Tomatoes? :?
The cheeky bar-stewards even left the green bits on!

And if you leave the green bits on, the tomatoes will keep fresh and firm a lot longer.
#6
Biffo the Bear
And if you leave the green bits on, the tomatoes will keep fresh and firm a lot longer.


C'mon Biffo, I thought people in this fair historic city of ours could distinguish between a joke (albeit a poor one) and a dumb comment.
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tightasagnatschu
C'mon Biffo, I thought people in this fair historic city of ours could distinguish between a joke (albeit a poor one) and a dumb comment.


You thought wrong :lol:
#8
What I don't understand is why when the cost of fuel has drastically fallen and we are in a recession does the price of food keep increasing by massive amounts!

As Shengis has pointed out, the other week Aldi were selling 5kg Maris Piper potatoes for 49p, now it's 2.5kg of Baking Potatoes for 69p (that's 50% of the weight plus 40% price increase = about a 180% /kg increase)

I buy UHT milk and Aldi's price has increased over the last few weeks from 41p a carton to 54p (a 32% increase).

And Aldi aren't the only ones. All the supermarkets are doing the same thing!

In these days when money is tight and we might have to be selective in what we buy, we cannot cut back on the basics of life, food.
Why isn't something being done to cap the price of this commodity!!! :x
#9
tightasagnatschu
C'mon Biffo, I thought people in this fair historic city of ours could distinguish between a joke (albeit a poor one) and a dumb comment.

Very interesting point, and I'd like to think so. Sadly, I've encountered people in supermarkets who were diligently removing the 'green bits' before weighing the tomatoes, because they thought it was a deliberate ploy by the shop to increase the weight.
Lots of people are now distanced from the source of their foodstuffs. A friend, who teaches, asked her class, as part of a food project, where chips came from. The majority said, Asda.
Wow, I'm taking myself far too seriously here: I'm off to lighten up. :roll:
#10
Biffo the Bear
Lots of people are now distanced from the source of their foodstuffs. A friend, who teaches, asked her class, as part of a food project, where chips came from. The majority said, Asda.


So the majority knew the answer? I dare say the rest said fish and chip shop, which is also correct :lol:
#11
Supermarkets target 6 lines out of hundreds and hundreds to try and sound good. If you want cheap fruit and veg your best bet is your local market. I know from experience that most of the goods there are fresh, and cheaper. On a side note maris pipers and baking potatoes are completley different, and baking pot's are usually alot more money :)
#12
Like Desiree, Maris Piper scores 5 on the waxy / floury scale. With its pleasant floury texture it is therefore ideal for many potato dishes from chips and roast potatoes, mash and wedges. Maris Piper is one of the best known and popular potato varieties on sale, with more Maris Piper grown across the UK than any other variety. It is also a great favourite with fish and chip shops because it is so reliable. It has a creamy coloured flesh and although technically its skin is white to yellow in colour, it is regarded as a ‘white’ potato and is widely available. This is a Main Crop variety

Maris Piper is suitable for:

* Jacket Potatoes
* Potato Wedges
* Chips
* Boiling
* Roasting
* Mashing

There's no such thing as a 'baking potato'. It's just a matter of size. Because these are bigger they somehow cost more. That's BS in my book as theres absolutely no extra effort involved in production.
#13
bargaindeals
What I don't understand is why when the cost of fuel has drastically fallen and we are in a recession does the price of food keep increasing by massive amounts!


Because of how well the pound is doing. Which is why fuel is on the up and up (oil is sold in dollars). Imports will cost drastically more now and local producers will be trying ot keep their profits high as possible to see them through the harder times when fuel prices are back up significantly.
#14
I'm in agreement with what Shengis has posted.

But to someone who is trying to live on a budget, a potato is a potato no matter what variety it's called or what size it is.

And yes, MorpheusDreams, we all know that fuel is paid for in US Dollars but in real terms the price that you pay at the pumps has gone down!
#15

There's no such thing as a 'baking potato'. It's just a matter of size. Because these are bigger they somehow cost more. That's BS in my book as theres absolutely no extra effort involved in production.


Specific potatoes are selected for baking. You can use pretty much any potatoe for baking BUT proper bakers have a skin that will crisp and will taste a hell of a lot better for eating.
#16
very good deals despite them being 49p last month - just did the weekly shop and picked up everything bar the pineapple probably saved about £4 from getting the same stuff from tescos

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