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1 box of locally sourced organic fruit&veg a week, home delivered for 4weeks = £64 (Plus £50 account credit) @ Abel & Cole
1 box of locally sourced organic fruit&veg a week, home delivered for 4weeks = £64 (Plus £50 account credit) @ Abel & Cole

1 box of locally sourced organic fruit&veg a week, home delivered for 4weeks = £64 (Plus £50 account credit) @ Abel & Cole

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1 box of locally sourced organic fruit & veg a week for 4weeks

£16 x4 = £64 less £50 cashback = £14 Locally sourced organic fruit&veg for 4weeks home delivered

+ you support local farmers not Suckermarkets

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To ensure that you receive the £50 credit to your account, you need to have 4 consecutive weekly deliveries, each of £15 or more (not including 99p delivery charge). Each delivery must include one of our set fruit &/or veg boxes, selected on an "every week" order frequency. After 4 consecutive deliveries you will receive a £50 credit on your Abel & Cole account.

Not a bad deal though. Hot

Haven't looked into this, but seems like a good deal.

Bit misleading saying cashback as that normally means money in your pocket, whereas this is credit to be used on future abel and cole purchases.

EDIT: Now much clearer in original post/title

Still good though, £50 worth of fruit and veg free

davelfc;6220188

Not a bad deal though. Hot



Trickyjabs;6220222

Haven't looked into this, but seems like a good deal.



Till you see how small the boxes are. Not voted

Banned

with all the vegetable deals in lidl for £0.29 and fruit deals in aldi for £0.49 i doubt it is a good deal

Original Poster

only my first post guys, why do noob posts always end up in deep freeze... . The point here is not to compare to Aldi as this is locally sourced organic fruit and veg.

Botton line is, are the boxes worth £16 a week? Obviously not if your fruit n veg spend is 29p + 49p a week but for those who already spend that much at fresh and wild, whole foods etc, this could be a convenient option with a £50 bonus. Worth trying for a couple of months, fresh Organic fruit and veg definitely tastes better than typical supermarket produce.

sumilux;6224536

only my first post guys, why do noob posts always end up in deep … only my first post guys, why do noob posts always end up in deep freeze... . The point here is not to compare to Aldi as this is locally sourced organic fruit and veg. Botton line is, are the boxes worth £16 a week? Obviously not if your fruit n veg spend is 29p + 49p a week but for those who already spend that much at fresh and wild, whole foods etc, this could be a convenient option with a £50 bonus. Worth trying for a couple of months, fresh Organic fruit and veg definitely tastes better than typical supermarket produce.



Have you tried it I have and I was not impressed. Not voted. Please don't take the cold votes to heart.
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