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Lurpak Slightly Salted Block Butter 250G £1.00 @ Tesco

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Lurpak Slightly Salted Block Butter 250G Save 70p Was £1.70 Now £1.00 Offer valid for delivery from 24/8/2016 until 13/9/2016
voucherman01 Avatar2h, 47m agoFound 2 hours, 47 minutes ago2 Comments
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Why do they only do slightly salted now?
And yes I know the health issues....but it lacks in taste.
Also available in sainsbury, yesterday unsalted as well at this price
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Lurpak Slightly Salted Butter (500g) was £3.25 now £2.00 (Rollback Deal) @ Asda

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if you don't shop at Sainsbury's http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lurpak-butter-slightly-salted-unsalted-250g-was-1-80-now-1-00-sainsbury-s-2493336, here's another chance to stock with Lurpak
voucherman01 Avatar2w, 2h agoFound 2 weeks, 2 hours ago4 Comments
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d1gger
Already posted 3 days ago. £2 is the standard deal price for this anyway.
That was for Lurpak spreadable (which contrary to the title, ain't butter)


​Spreadable is OK for it's spreadability. And that's what's Lurpak is good for. For butter this is expensive. Most supermarket brands, at least as good quality, are 85p for 250g.
Lurpak unsalted makes a very good hollandaise sauce .Thank me later
d1gger
Already posted 3 days ago. £2 is the standard deal price for this anyway.
That was for Lurpak spreadable (which contrary to the title, ain't butter)
Already posted 3 days ago. £2 is the standard deal price for this anyway.
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Lurpak Butter - Slightly Salted / Unsalted (250g) was £1.80 now £1.00 @ Sainsbury's

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This deal Starts on Wednesday 10th August and ends on Tuesday 30th August Lurpak Butter - Slightly Salted / Unsalted (250g) was £1.80 now £1.00 Lurpack Spreadable Slightly Salted / Unsalted (500…
rubberbullets Avatar2w, 18h agoFound 2 weeks, 18 hours ago14 Comments
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I've just bought mine in tesco using brand match. please remember 10 unique barcodes.
great for cakes
jnigel26
LURPAK ...owned by Arla Foods now.
As is ANCHOR sold here (it's not from NZ like they want you to think it is. If it said ARLA BUTTER, would you pay £1.80? Of course not, even a £1 is too much. It's basically bog-standard butter, regardless of whether you like salted, slightly salted or unsalted.
Hi Nigel.
You seem to think you have this butter thing off-pat! (_;)

We're Arla dairy farmers.
Arla is a dairy cooperative - owned by us farmers & so all profits from sales of our products come directly back to us as our milk price.
So, no middlemen telling us how much (or little) we're getting for our milk.
There are 13,000 Arla farmers, 2,700 of which are British, producing 1/4 of British milk.

Anchor butter is made with milk from British Arla dairy farmers.

Lurpak butter is a Danish butter made with milk from Danish Arla dairy farmers. It has a distinct creamy taste.
It is Britains No.1 butter brand. :{

Because Arla is a cooperative, the profits from Lurpak are shared equally with all Arla farmers, including those in Britain.


Arla butter is around 80% butter (fat)
No! oO
Both Lurpak & Anchor butter is 100% butter.

Thank you to everyone who supports us dairy farmers by buying Arla Foods products. <3
LURPAK ...owned by Arla Foods now. As is ANCHOR sold here (it's not from NZ like they want you to think it is. If it said ARLA BUTTER, would you pay £1.80? Of course not, even a £1 is too much. It's basically bog-standard butter, regardless of whether you like salted, slightly salted or unsalted.
BUY Cornish butter or Devon butter... ie REAL butter. Most butter buyers 'never' look on the pack, look on the side to see what the butter/fat content is. You are being ripped off!
Arla butter is around 80% butter (fat), same as all the cheap brands and unbranded.

West Country or Cornish will be around 96 to 98 per cent butter and cost you just £1.19. You can even get it in Aldi. Lovely stuff, try it - you won't get fooled again!
https://www.aldi.co.uk/p/3308/0
https://www.aldi.co.uk/west-country-farmhouse-butter/p/058532005658400
That last one is even made with 'Maldon' sea salt. They know a thing or two about salt!
Mind you, any butter is better than 'spreads'. Don't touch that stuff with a barge pole. Just look at the ingredients list. And don't believe the crap you read about butter not being good for you. 'They' would say that wouldn't they!

So, just like where my Cornish butter is this minute - in the cold and this is, sorry, COLD!




Edited By: jnigel26 on Aug 10, 2016 18:15
wildecat
Yuck - you can always add your own salt.
I don't see what is so special about these blocks of Lurpack - it's not even the spreadable stuff.
moneysavingkitten
I wish someone would make salty as a seadog butter. None of it is salted enough any more.
Seems like a fair price for branded butter if that's your thing.

Yeah, cause gritty salt added on top of butter is lovely :|

Doesn't seem like you like much tbh.
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Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable Butter 500g £2.00 Asda

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Lurpak spreadable butter, back on offer at Asda
Tr1gger Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago8 Comments
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This is not butter so should be removed from the title. It is 'spread'. AKA marge.
shanecr
tried the norpack and another, forgot the name.both were totally un-spreadable unless you left it out for 20mins. tend to stick to lurpack lighter

I had tried it in the past too and it was hard to spread but I tried it again a few months ago and it's fine. I compared the ingredients to Lurpak and it's identical (with equal butter content). The did put the price up to £1.49 but it saves 51p and shopping around.
It's on at Co-Op 2 for £4 as well
tried the norpack and another, forgot the name.both were totally un-spreadable unless you left it out for 20mins. tend to stick to lurpack lighter
This - inc the Lighter and Unsalted Varieties - is still on offer (after 3 weeks) at Morrisons ('till 14th August) @ 2 for £4
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WAITROSE - LURPAK SPREADABLE 2x500g for £2.70

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Until 26th July, Waitrose have Lurpak spreadable, slightly salted, 2 for £4, but is also on PYO with extra 20% discount, making £2.70. Discounts apply to full price.
LEXIE55 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago10 Comments
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20% of £4 is only 80p so the price would be £3.20 not £2.70
Malabus
I find that it's not spreadable.
Store it in the fridge rather than the freezer then.
I find that it's not spreadable.
LS83
Most places do this 2 for £4 i end up getting it from the co-op of all places as the deal is on in their often for me.
The offer is £2.70 for 2 packs....
Jase79
Daft question what's PYO?


Thanks
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Birds Eye Breakfast 8 Waffles 240g 50p, 6 Pancakes 240g 50p, 6 Chocolate Pancakes 240g 50p and Lurpak Infusions 75p WITH JUNE TESCO MAGAZINE VOUCHER

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Birds Eye Breakfast products currently on offer for £1.50 reduced from £2.00 at Tesco, £1 off voucher in Free June Tesco Magazine. Voucher Expires 19th July 2016 Birds Eye 8 Classic Waffles 240g 50…
andreocean Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago16 Comments
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They're this price because they're rank... I got them on a free offer and tried them - so glad I didn't pay for them :|oO:(
Another one who didn't like the waffles (I tried cinnamon ones). They were so disappointing!
The best in the range are the chocolate croissants but hard to find around me!
Really didn't like the waffles when I tried them, Had very little flavour and they were extremely dry.
I'm sure Birds Eye released these back in the 80's and pre-dated the potato waffle?
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Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable Butter 500G @ 3 for £3.00 !! @FultonsFoods

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3 for £3 on 500G Lurpak butter and it's freezable. Dated 07/06/2016. Cheapest I've seen!
Baaargain Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago10 Comments
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It's my local by Aussie outback standards (40 miles) X)
shug05
where abouts?
​clearly states in the heading. FULTONS

It was not in the original post pal, that was added after.
shug05
where abouts?


​clearly states in the heading. FULTONS
Just a 250 mile drive :D

http://i63.tinypic.com/2qcgi28.jpg

Edited By: haritori on May 26, 2016 23:18
A good deal but really should be described as slightly spreadable.
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WAITROSE LURPAK SPREADABLE 500g 2 for £2.70

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Waitrose has Lurpak Spreadable 500g on 2 for £4 offer until 7th June. Also on Pick Your Own Offers with myWaitrose, giving extra 20% discount, making the two packs £2.70. Salted, unsalted, lighter,
LEXIE55 Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago14 Comments
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It's not butter.
It's butter blended with oil.
Only 52% milk fat.

And worth adding regular butter is around 80%
It's not butter.
It's butter blended with oil.
Only 52% milk fat.
£2 in sainsburys.
Which makes it £4.00 for two....
The full price is £3.25 per tub, making £6.50 for two. Then take the 20% off £6.50 = £1.30, then take £1.30 off the £4.00, which is the offer at moment for two tubs.
It's not butter.

It's butter blended with oil.
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Lurpak salted and unsalted butter 250g £1.00 @ Tesco

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good butter save £0.70. Great for baking. offer ends 31st May 2016
hussanLS007 Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago5 Comments
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Wow - Lurpak is 2 for £3 in the local shop...
http://s32.postimg.org/47ihvdfk5/lurpack.jpg


Edited By: daveconnelly on May 18, 2016 10:58: Link updated
Fab I got a 75p off Lurpak voucher when i bought my shopping last week so that's a bargain 25p for my block.
yaszq2001
can you freeze butter??
Yes, it freezes very well. Taste and texture exactly the same when defrosted.

Brilliant deal, will be restocking my freezer.
can you freeze butter??
Thanks - time to stock up for the freezer
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Lurpak Spreadable Butter (500gms) all varieties was £3.25 now 2 packs for £4.00 Tesco

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Spreadable butter for a good price. See if it is useful
kkthomask Avatar4m, 5d agoFound 4 months, 5 days ago10 Comments
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banned
Not butter.
cusstard
Moneysaving tip: get a glass butter dish and keep butter in a cupboard instead - always spreadable.
How is that money saving? Surely that way you're using more butter
hiezra
If your a member of Costco its this price all the time for the 1kg
Thanks..Sorry I am not.
cusstard
Moneysaving tip: get a glass butter dish and keep butter in a cupboard instead - always spreadable.
But it's not cheaper. :|
If your a member of Costco its this price all the time for the 1kg
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lurpak 1kg £3.75 ASDA

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lurpak spreadable 1kg
chrissym46 Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago11 Comments
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lurpak spreadable 1kg

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HEAT! But not too much in case it melts!

Also have the lighter option at same 1KG price ;-)

http://groceries.asda.com/product/light/lurpak-lighter-spreadable-slightly-salted/2085163
SDTH72
Cheaper in Costco
my nearest costco 20miles away and i know i wouldnt just by the lurpak lol
cupcake125
They don't have long sell by dates though I could'nt get through all that in 4 weeks.
mine is dated 8th june
Cheaper in Costco
They don't have long sell by dates though I could'nt get through all that in 4 weeks.
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Various 500g Lurpak Spreadable varieties reduced to £2.00 at Sainsbury's from 06/04/16

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Link to products in offer in 1st comment.
yoshiiiii Avatar4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago12 Comments
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55derek
When it's a deal always check the use by date.

ravylesley
I was in Asda today and noticed their 1kg tubs of Lurpak spreadable were down to £3.75 which is a bit cheaper than this deal
Been this price for at least a fortnight if not longer.
OP - good price if you just want 1 x 500g of the thing.
I'd personally stick with butter, paid £0.78 for 250g the other day
Always on a similar offer somewhere but handy to find out where.

Like certain other staples I only buy when £2 or less.

Thanks OP.
dawg
Two 500g for £4 at Morrisons. Pretty similar deal if you're not near a Sainburys.
Strangely, the 1kg tubs are £5.
and in Tesco 2 for £4
2 x 250G for £3 at ASDA
1kg - £3.75 at Asda
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1KG Lurpak Spreadable - Slightly Salted (Was £6.20) Now £3.75 - Asda

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Also Lurpak Spreadable Lighter - Slightly Salted. Bit of a change from the 'usual' posts, but you have to understand the excitement I developed when our Doris came home with this. Absolute bargain
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Monotony? Who you trying to impress? :D
To be honest it doesn't end there. They're not even Pot Noodles, they're these:(
It gets worse, this isn't even butter. You are spreading vegetable oil on your toast
​its still 64% butter and only around 20% vegetable oil
So as I said, it is not butter.

Jeez


​it's not vegetable oil either ;-)
asiot
dazco
BuzzDuraband
oUkTuRkEyIII
Monotony? Who you trying to impress? :D
To be honest it doesn't end there. They're not even Pot Noodles, they're these:(
It gets worse, this isn't even butter. You are spreading vegetable oil on your toast
​its still 64% butter and only around 20% vegetable oil
So as I said, it is not butter.

Jeez
Great value!! Can't live without it!
Picked one up today :)
£3.75 is still too much to pay for butter
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Lurpak 500g (all varieties) £2.00 at Morrisons

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As the title says, Morrisons have Lurpak 500g's in all their unsalted and slightly salted configurations for £2. This is for single packs instead of the usual buy 2 for £4 deal you see a lot of, but…
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2 for £4 in Tescos as well
2 for £4 in asda too, if like me you have no morrisons in your area.
Besford
This is now one of those products regularly on a similar offer across most supermarkets - basically this is becoming 'normal' price and you would be a mug (or desperate) to buy at the much higher rrp. Applies to cheese, prawns and various other products they use to make these false offers.
Still voting hot though!

Askrulous
Besford
This is now one of those products regularly on a similar offer across most supermarkets - basically this is becoming 'normal' price and you would be a mug (or desperate) to buy at the much higher rrp. Applies to cheese, prawns and various other products they use to make these false offers.
Still voting hot though!
Yes, its a case of stocking up when the offers are on.....nothing worse than badly needing an item while an 'offer drought' is on and having no choice but to pay the rrp!

Agree!
Besford
This is now one of those products regularly on a similar offer across most supermarkets - basically this is becoming 'normal' price and you would be a mug (or desperate) to buy at the much higher rrp. Applies to cheese, prawns and various other products they use to make these false offers.
Still voting hot though!

Yes, its a case of stocking up when the offers are on.....nothing worse than badly needing an item while an 'offer drought' is on and having no choice but to pay the rrp!
This is now one of those products regularly on a similar offer across most supermarkets - basically this is becoming 'normal' price and you would be a mug (or desperate) to buy at the much higher rrp. Applies to cheese, prawns and various other products they use to make these false offers.

Still voting hot though!

Edited By: Besford on Feb 03, 2016 20:35
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Lurpak Butter - Slightly Salted / Unsalted (Block or Spreadable) was £3.00 now 2 for £4.00 @ Asda

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Lurpak Butter - Slightly Salted / Unsalted (Block or Spreadable) was £3.00 now 2 for £4.00
rubberbullets Avatar6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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teddytort
Same price in Tesco, Sainsburys and Morrisons
In Sainsbury's only the Spreadable is 2 for £4.00

Yeah, nobody but Asda appear to have the larger 500g BLOCK type of real butter at 2 for £4 at the moment as far as I can tell..
voucherman01
thewongwing101
teddytort
Same price in Tesco, Sainsburys and Morrisons
mysupermarket has £3.25 each and no multibuy at Sainsburys and Ocado
nobody else selling it
http://s29.postimg.org/xvlcfruzb/LUR.png
Also at Morrisons you can just buy one for £2. Good for those who don't want 2 packs.
Surprised no-one's pointed out yet that it's not actually butter, the spreadable stuff that is.
Oh right I was looking at the butter(which that isn't)
thewongwing101
teddytort
Same price in Tesco, Sainsburys and Morrisons
mysupermarket has £3.25 each and no multibuy at Sainsburys and Ocado
nobody else selling it
http://s29.postimg.org/xvlcfruzb/LUR.png
Also at Morrisons you can just buy one for £2. Good for those who don't want 2 packs.

Surprised no-one's pointed out yet that it's not actually butter, the spreadable stuff that is.
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teddytort
Same price in Tesco, Sainsburys and Morrisons

In Sainsbury's only the Spreadable is 2 for £4.00
Morrisons - £2.00 each ( 500G)
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Lurpak Lighter Spreadable 500g Butter £1.49 @ Heron Foods

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If you have a Heron they are selling Lurpak butter for £1.49 a tub. They are normal sized and best before end of January. You can freeze them too to keep them x
skintgirl6 Avatar8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago3 Comments
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None in Leigh
This could go cold - been posted a few times
http://i.imgur.com/azKCQRn.jpg

Edited By: skintgirl6 on Dec 09, 2015 13:39
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Lurpak Spreadable / Lurpak Lighter Spreadable (1Kg) was £6.20 now £3.50 (Rollback Deal)@ Asda

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Lurpak Spreadable (1Kg) was £6.20 now £3.50 Ingredients Butter (64%) (Milk) , Rapeseed Oil , Water , Lactic Culture (Milk) , Salt Lurpak Lighter Spreadable (1Kg) was £6.20 now £3.50 Ingre…
rubberbullets Avatar8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago24 Comments
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trumptonblue
lianne21
futura
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Usually about this price in Costco. I've started using Norpack from Aldi now, tastes the same as Lurpack at fraction of the cost.
You must have had your taste buds stolen at birth if you really think that. While Aldi do offer some great alternatives to branded goods (their doritos are immense) Norpak is iust vile and just doesnt compare. You only need to look at the butter content to understand why.
Btw in reply to the flora quotes, from my experience those who buy lurpak spreadable wouldnt touch flora or any other margarine even at half the price
Myself and loads of people I know must have had theirs stolen too then as I switched to Norpak a year ago too. I gave my OH toast with Norpak and even though he always said Lurpak is the best he didn't even notice.
How the hell do you spread that norpack stuff? It doesn't soften up.

It does, you might have your fridge setting too high. Try turning it down a bit as that happened to me too :)

Ps: Also make sure you store it low down in fridge too.

Edited By: lianne21 on Dec 04, 2015 14:02
trumptonblue
lianne21
futura
americanv8
Usually about this price in Costco. I've started using Norpack from Aldi now, tastes the same as Lurpack at fraction of the cost.
You must have had your taste buds stolen at birth if you really think that. While Aldi do offer some great alternatives to branded goods (their doritos are immense) Norpak is iust vile and just doesnt compare. You only need to look at the butter content to understand why.
Btw in reply to the flora quotes, from my experience those who buy lurpak spreadable wouldnt touch flora or any other margarine even at half the price
Myself and loads of people I know must have had theirs stolen too then as I switched to Norpak a year ago too. I gave my OH toast with Norpak and even though he always said Lurpak is the best he didn't even notice.
How the hell do you spread that norpack stuff? It doesn't soften up.
http://onlinemanuals.txdot.gov/txdotmanuals/scm/images/7-3.jpg
lianne21
futura
americanv8
Usually about this price in Costco. I've started using Norpack from Aldi now, tastes the same as Lurpack at fraction of the cost.
You must have had your taste buds stolen at birth if you really think that. While Aldi do offer some great alternatives to branded goods (their doritos are immense) Norpak is iust vile and just doesnt compare. You only need to look at the butter content to understand why.
Btw in reply to the flora quotes, from my experience those who buy lurpak spreadable wouldnt touch flora or any other margarine even at half the price
Myself and loads of people I know must have had theirs stolen too then as I switched to Norpak a year ago too. I gave my OH toast with Norpak and even though he always said Lurpak is the best he didn't even notice.
How the hell do you spread that norpack stuff? It doesn't soften up.
beck29
yrreb88
beck29
Anyone know that margarine is one molecule away from being plastic and if you leave it outside flies wouldn't even land on it!
Google it, it's disgusting lol

Do you believe everything on google? :p

Aside from simply not being true, it's not a fair comparison. Many molecular structures of substances can be similar but have vastly different properties. Water is one molecule away from hydrogen peroxide for example. There's no real evidence to back up the insect claim and they seem to land on anything and everything.


But it does have 27 ingredients the same as paint doesn't it?
Anyway I'm going back to googling google.
And hot from me, love proper butter lol


Do you base what you eat and whether it's good to eat by the number of ingredients? What about a banana?

http://media.vocativ.com/photos/2014/01/Banana-Chemical-Compounds-011416084470.jpg

Next you'll tell me you don't eat anything you can't pronounce. :p
NSA
americanv8
Usually about this price in Costco
Yep, £3 last weekend in Costco for those people that have a Costco card...
And live closer than 71 miles to their nearest store
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Lurpak Spreadable 500g @Tesco £2.00

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Available in all kinds of Lurpak spreadable, nationwide deal available to all.
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Lovely butter but they'll never admit the truth


http://i.imgur.com/FW8uurz.png

X)


​agreed
Lovely butter but they'll never admit the truth


http://i.imgur.com/FW8uurz.png

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cjabingham
Buy British Tesco value butter. Cheaper and tastier and British !


Chips are not gourmet ! Sweet potatoes are better, microwaves not deep fried.
cjabingham
Buy British Tesco value butter. Cheaper and tastier and British !

Thanks but I think I'll pass. You also probably think that Chips with vinegar is gourmet...
Buy British Tesco value butter. Cheaper and tastier and British !
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Lurpak Lighter 500g £1.50 @ heron

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500g lurpak lighter spreadable £1.50 at herons bargain!
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Cheers OP, rare to see it less than £2 a pack and that's normally a multi-buy offer somewhere! ;)
Cold its that lighter crap! Full fat ftw!
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Jack futons Lurpak spreadable 500p £1.49

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Lurpak spreadable 500g seen at crossgates Leeds, had a poster in window so maybe national
devlino Avatar9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago7 Comments
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That's a bargain £4.50 for 2 in sainsburys
£1.49 each or 2 for £2.50 in my local JF yesterday
awesome price
best butter for toast
Defo heat :) by far cheapest ive seen
Usually on offer 2 for £4 atmost supermarkets

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Lurpak butter 1kg - £3.10 instore @ ASDA

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Lurpak Butter 1kg reduced to clear from £6.20 to £3.10 at ASDA Roehampton
wikka Avatar10m, 1w agoFound 10 months, 1 week ago7 Comments
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Yeah this offer will rotate about stores, its just come off offer in Bristol
snapdragon
Remove butter from the title. This is marge with a smear of butterfat.

Think you're confusing lurpak spreadable with cheap and nasty alternatives like Aldi/Lidl's Norpak - the Lurpak one has a decent butter content.

OP needs to change the title though as its Lurpak spreadable not Lurpak butter and for what its worth its still full price at my local Asda (£6.20) though it was on offer recently at £3.87. 500g packs are currently on offer at £2
Remove butter from the title. This is marge with a smear of butterfat.
Just been to Asda (Blackburn) but it wasn't on offer.
banned
Splendid. Will have to stock up on my favourite spread.
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Lurpak Lighter Spreadable - Olive Oil (500g) was £3.25 now £2.00 (Rollback Deal) @ Asda

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Lurpak Lighter Spreadable - Olive Oil (500g) was £3.25 now £2.00 (Rollback Deal) Tesco, Sainsbury's Waitrose and Ocado all £3.25 All other Lurpack Spreadable (500g) products are £2.00 on (Rollba…
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I like it :-)
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So I take it very few people like this OLIVE OIL version of Lurpack?
rubberbullets


All other Lurpack Spreadable (500g) products are £2.00 on (Rollback)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lurpak-slightly-salted-500g-2-00-asda-2298431
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Lurpak slightly salted 500g £2.00 @ Asda

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Asda have Lurpak 500g spreadable on Rollback for £2.00 original and lighter. not as good as the recent 1kg offer but still a good saving Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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"Spreadable"
Lurpak's longest running joke that is.
Tastes nice but a mare to use. Slips all over the place when trying to spread it
:( thought it was the butter. OP please could you add spreadable to the title
not the full butter but mixed with oil so not as nice imho
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Lurpak Butter 500g(with free tea towel)-£2 each & 3 for £5.00 @ Asda

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Was in our local Asda yesterday, and noticed this offer. At £1.66 each, it is the best offer on Lurpak Butter I've ever seen. Added to that, you get 3 tea towels too. Assuming it's national,
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physco786
It's showing £3.18 online


​yes these packs are special offer i think they got normal ones for 3.18 with no tea towels but weird the ones with the tea towels are for 2pounds or 3 for 5 pounds
already posted.
Got this in ASDA Warrington, I only got one and got some other choices in the 3 for £5, date was 11 November, so seemed OK. Tea Towel seemed OK as well. It was the cheapest butter they sold,
It's showing £3.18 online
roxannelewis1
Is it the block or spreadable?

The good stuff (block}
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Lurpak Slightly Salted Butter 500g with Free Tea Towel £2.00 @ Asda

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Special pack with a cardboard sleeve. Each block has a free tea towel. Bought instore. Probably nationwide. Unsure if the packs are available in other supermarkets. Without the free tea towe…
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??? oO
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Panda_1987
They were on a promotional end on offer, three for a fiver :) Bought two and an innocent fruit smoothie :)
Got a pack today (Liscard store) @ £2 and can confirm they're still included in the 3 for £5 promo. items.
Heat, OP

Why did you not get 2 for £2 each and then a third for £1. Oh sorry Liscard is in Merseyside a district of Northern Ireland.
Panda_1987
They were on a promotional end on offer, three for a fiver :) Bought two and an innocent fruit smoothie :)

Got a pack today (Liscard store) @ £2 and can confirm they're still included in the 3 for £5 promo. items.

Heat, OP
Oh the sheer delight, Danish butter on my toasted Danish bacon sandwich.
EveshamLad
foes4you
My Mum - 87 - has lived on Lurpak all her life, must be something good in it.
Woman cannot live by butter alone.
Furthermore,
It wasn’t until 1957 that Lurmark Danish Butter became the Lurpak® that we know and love today.
http://www.lurpak.co.uk/our-story/
So who knows what she was eating for almost 30 years...
Whatever it was, for 14 of those years butter was rationed, typically to just 2 oz (about 50g) per week per adult. Of course that didn't mean the local nominated store had any butter, let alone Lurpak
Very interesting thanks


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Lurpak Spreadable 1KG - was £6.30 now £3.70 @ ASDA

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Bread & bacon sold separately.
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Mr Hunter
Was waiting a TV show about butter v merge. And they tried to defend it saying it's not good for you. (butter). But we eat butter in this house and so did generations of my family before me. Most of it is marketing crap to make you buy all the crap spread out there.
Indeed. Vegetable oil is added to spreadable/light butter. Vegetable oil is not good for you at all, it is very high in omega 6 polyunsaturated fats... Google will tell you more.
This is a good price for what it is, so it's hot, but I wouldn't buy it.
Omega 6 is not good for you at all, said probably no dietician ever. Guess we have to stop eating meat, eggs, nuts, cereals etc. Google will tell you lots of things but it's not always right. We need omega 6, it's an essential fatty acid, but we do tend to consume too much particularly compared to omega 3. However people tend to use a small amount of spread and it's a small amount of oil added, it's not really going to do anything.

Yes we do need omega 6, however the ratio of 6:3 that we consume seems to be a big problem now as you have mentioned. Let's not get in to that however apart from being very high in omega 6 vegetable oil is a highly processed substance.
Mr Hunter
Was waiting a TV show about butter v merge. And they tried to defend it saying it's not good for you. (butter). But we eat butter in this house and so did generations of my family before me. Most of it is marketing crap to make you buy all the crap spread out there.


Personally, I agree with you. I prefer the taste of butter anyway, and I just think that the less something is 'messed about with', the better. I'm sure 250g of actual butter is 85p at Lidl, making that £3.40 kg? Nevertheless, it's a deal on this product, for them that like it, so added heat for the deal
thermomonkey
Mr Hunter
Was waiting a TV show about butter v merge. And they tried to defend it saying it's not good for you. (butter). But we eat butter in this house and so did generations of my family before me. Most of it is marketing crap to make you buy all the crap spread out there.

Indeed. Vegetable oil is added to spreadable/light butter. Vegetable oil is not good for you at all, it is very high in omega 6 polyunsaturated fats... Google will tell you more.

This is a good price for what it is, so it's hot, but I wouldn't buy it.


Omega 6 is not good for you at all, said probably no dietician ever. Guess we have to stop eating meat, eggs, nuts, cereals etc. Google will tell you lots of things but it's not always right. We need omega 6, it's an essential fatty acid, but we do tend to consume too much particularly compared to omega 3. However people tend to use a small amount of spread and it's a small amount of oil added, it's not really going to do anything.
spreadable crap...
eat real butter and store it at room temperature
pennyfarthing88
http://i.imgur.com/opcUpzx.png

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I had some warburtons bread that looked just like that last week
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Lurpak Spreadable and Lighter Spreadable Slightly Salted (1Kg) was £6.20 now £3.87 (Rollback Deal) @ Asda

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Lurpak Spreadable and Lighter Spreadable Slightly Salted (1Kg) was £6.20 now £3.87 (Rollback Deal)
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http://i.imgur.com/CJkoW3L.png
( there's always one ) X)

Same always happens to me too
Heart attack? If you listen to any medical advice after 1980 all you will be is confused
Bought today, great deal - 1kg should last a week, heart attack here we come
mudisoft
pinnman
Flombard
Lower in butter content than other spreadables.
I don't think that's correct. Lurpak has 64% butter content whereas most others have a lower butter content e.g. Anchor 54%.
true that. I would love to be pointed to another spreadable with a higher butter content that is actually spreadable
try Grahams i prefer it to Lurpak and it is normally £2 per 500g from aldi, plus it comes from Scotland :D

Edited By: -=blootoon=- on Jul 01, 2015 22:17
pinnman
Flombard
Lower in butter content than other spreadables.
I don't think that's correct. Lurpak has 64% butter content whereas most others have a lower butter content e.g. Anchor 54%.

I stand corrected. I'd checked on the packaging a couple of years ago but I must have looked at the light version. Lurpac for me from now on
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lurpak cooking spray mist and cooking liquid 75p.! Heron foods, Bolton

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lurpak cooking spray mist and lurpak cooking liquid just 75p ! Found in heron frozen foods in Bolton :-) x Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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is this good for sun bathing
If it's like the butter - is it Lurpak Un'spray'able
Spotted in Chester le Street this afternoon, great price
Had these at Heron Stourport too, really lovely stuff :)
cburns
Bargain....So glad I nearly mist it ;)

boom boom
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Lurpak Spreadable or Light Butter (500g) was £3.25 now £1.99 @ Lidl

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Lurpak Spreadable Butter (500g) was £3.25 now £1.99
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If you aint got a lidl co op are doing two tubs 4.00 cant beat lurpak
richgo
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winky111276
Great price, just picked up two, have some heat....
It's not butter - it's adulterated butter.
These are mixtures of butter, water and vegetable oil - probably palm oil.
There is no Palm Oil in Lurpack spreadable. I looked at the ingredients as I was surprised by your comment. In my experience Palm Oil is usually found in inferior products, this is not one of them.
You may be right about Lurpak, but it's impossible to tell from the vague 'vegetable oil' shown as a major ingredient. Vegetable oil is frequently a euphemism for palm oil - used because it sounds somehow nicer.
True story....

http://i.imgur.com/CJkoW3L.png

Edited By: pennyfarthing88 on Apr 11, 2015 18:52
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winky111276
Great price, just picked up two, have some heat....
It's not butter - it's adulterated butter.
These are mixtures of butter, water and vegetable oil - probably palm oil.

There is no Palm Oil in Lurpack spreadable. I looked at the ingredients as I was surprised by your comment. In my experience Palm Oil is usually found in inferior products, this is not one of them.
winky111276
Great price, just picked up two, have some heat....

It's not butter - it's adulterated butter.

These are mixtures of butter, water and vegetable oil - probably palm oil.
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Lurpak unsalted butter 35p @ Tesco - In store Luton

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Just went into my local tesco. All the unsalted lurpack butter only 35p ! Best before date is 10/06/15. But that's okay as you can freeze them for l8tr use and since I do a lot of baking I bought 10.
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Wow! :D
any other stores
Actually there are still some there as of 8pm today just checked
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And of course they've SOLD OUT.
Wow great deal!!!!
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Lurpak Spreadable - Slightly Salted & Lighter (1Kg) was £6.20 now £4.00 @ Tesco

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Lurpak Spreadable - Slightly Salted & Lighter (1Kg) was £6.20 now £4.00
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Cheaper in Asda - 500g £1.97
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Lurpak Spreadable 500g £1.97 at Asda

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500g tubs of Lurpak Spreadable are £1.97 in Asda. This is slightly better than the latest deal I've seen 2 for £4 in Iceland. Includes lighter, lightest, olive oil, cooks range baking spread var…
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Used Sainsburys 2 for £4 offer last week to stock up
Just bought onr
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Lurpak Spreadable 500g 2 for £4.00 at Iceland instore and online = £2 per pack or 40p per 100g

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Better deal than the big supermarkets right now.. Available in slightly salted or lighter slightly salted
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lisans
Isn't this £4.00 per kilo, not 40p per kilo!
get a life!!!
Isn't this £4.00 per kilo, not 40p per kilo!
Good deal
same in Sainsburys at the moment. Purchased some yesterday.
£4 per kilo I think. 40p per 100g.
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Lurpak spreadable - 500g - 2 for £5.00 ASDA

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Lurpak Lightest or Regular Spreadable - 2 for £5 at ASDA
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Also 2 for £4 in Sainsbury's from Wednesday
If only this was on offer on valentines day :p
http://i.imgur.com/Og9lFZgl.jpg
£2 in NISA
2 for £4 in the Co-op but only until tomorrow
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Lurpak slightly salted, 500g - £2.00 @ Asda

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Lurpak slightly salted - 500g @ £2.00
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Good butter to cook with
I don't think any amount of heat would make this spreadable
It's a great price. Thanks for posting :)
Amazing I like more salty but fantastic find
Odd the way some deals which should be hot go inexplicably cold because of weird voting by people who can't or won't read.

I'm not keen on Lurpak butter (it's different from most butters) but this is an excellent price, so heat added.