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Tesco value butter £0.50

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6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago
Just as it says in the title- value butter reduced to 50p nationwide and online. Uusally 98p
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#1
Spotted this last night when I was in getting some cooking/baking supplies. Only seems to be the salted though as unsalted was still 98p.

Edited By: swordjo on Nov 12, 2010 11:16
#2
it dosent show it on line just looked
#3
still 98p in my local Tesco
#4
I wonder where the milk comes from for this. Thailand? China? Korea?

A bit like their Value Chicken, which "isn't from caged hens" - because they keep them outside or in huge sheds in Thailand....
#5
padair
still 98p in my local Tesco


Yep me too....but it was 50p in another store nearby. Tesco slow to update deals as usual I think!
#6
98p in my local too
#7
withabix
I wonder where the milk comes from for this. Thailand? China? Korea?

A bit like their Value Chicken, which "isn't from caged hens" - because they keep them outside or in huge sheds in Thailand....


Tesco Chickens

So are they lying then?

Edited By: Lewman on Nov 12, 2010 13:45
#8
Iceland - 2 for £1 on decent branded butter!
1 Like #9
This butter is really good when you compare it to the plastic **** such as "cant believe, wont believe"
#10
gratts
Iceland - 2 for £1 on decent branded butter!


Can you say which brand please?

ClashInDevon
#11
ClashInDevon
gratts
Iceland - 2 for £1 on decent branded butter!


Can you say which brand please?

ClashInDevon


Will check when I'm next in.
They also do Willow which is a butter mix (a 'butterspread') which is pretty darn close to normal butter!
#12
gratts
ClashInDevon
gratts
Iceland - 2 for £1 on decent branded butter!


Can you say which brand please?

ClashInDevon


Will check when I'm next in.
They also do Willow which is a butter mix (a 'butterspread') which is pretty darn close to normal butter!


And yet still doesn't taste like it! :p
banned#13
withabix
I wonder where the milk comes from for this. Thailand? China? Korea?A bit like their Value Chicken, which "isn't from caged hens" - because they keep them outside or in huge sheds in Thailand....

Who cares where it comes from as long as it's cheap.................
#14
Butter my arse!

Edited By: Moozalic on Nov 12, 2010 15:13
#15
To those asking where the buitter comes from... What do you think happens to the butter that's no longer in semi-skimmed/skimmed milk and that we get charged the same price for?

Fact is, you've already paid for it! :-)
#16
Moozalic
Butter my arse!


Horrible thought.
1 Like #17
withabix
I wonder where the milk comes from for this. Thailand? China? Korea?A bit like their Value Chicken, which "isn't from caged hens" - because they keep them outside or in huge sheds in Thailand....

Caged cows?
#18
I'd put an extra 25p and buy the Kerry's Irish Butter. Good quality BUTTER.

Unfortunately I've stocked up on the Lurpak Butter with oven tins when it was on offer, or probably still is, otherwise I'd go for the Kerry's Butter.



Edited By: tarryboy on Nov 12, 2010 16:21: .
#19
what Kerry's Irish butter? Have I missed a thread?
#20
Not in my local store.
banned#21
sharonm
what Kerry's Irish butter? Have I missed a thread?

It's Irish butter from Kerry.....................
#22
Lewman
withabix
I wonder where the milk comes from for this. Thailand? China? Korea?

A bit like their Value Chicken, which "isn't from caged hens" - because they keep them outside or in huge sheds in Thailand....


Tesco Chickens

So are they lying then?


Very carefully written. Look at the paragraph about Tesco Standard and Value Chicken. It doesn't mention where the Value chicken comes from at all, or what the welfare standards for Value chicken are. Draw your own conclusions....

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