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100g smoked salmon £1.69 Lidl weekend deal
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100g smoked salmon £1.69 Lidl weekend deal

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Posted 30th Mar
100g smoked salmon in lidl as part of weekend offers 2 flavours available rich and intense or mild and delicate
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None delivered at mine in Plymouth today
There's a bind of 100g smoked salmon, in stock, at my local.
Edited by: "Discente" 30th Mar
None at my store at 9am today
All gone in mine, didn’t look like they got any extra stock in for it compared to normal weekend deals ie only 3 empty boxes normally they have loads of extra stock
Edited by: "jamhops" 30th Mar
No stock? Cos it was posted before.
Who changed the pic?
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No stock in either of the stores near me
Looks good, vent especially as Cardiff morrisons is out of smoked salmon
rmckavb1cd848 m ago

No stock in either of the stores near me


Probably bulk snaffled by the store manager and staff
Loads in my local
Got 6 packets this morning at store opening which was 8am. Maximum purchase of 6 per customer.
Keep them in the freezer and will use one packet at a time when needed over the coming months.

There was a fully stocked section on the shelf in my local. I can image though that these will have all gone fairly quick. As there were others filling up there baskets.

I would be surprised if they get another delivery tomorrow but great deal for those that got in early!
The store I went to didn't have the above flavour options. It did have Hickory and Applewood 100g packs for £1.69, which I bought. However, there was only about one box of packs.
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Quite a few in Clapham Junction branch
Wild or farmed?
Thanks will pick up a few if available in local. Does it have a decent bbe?
Elbandito5 m ago

Thanks will pick up a few if available in local. Does it have a decent bbe?


Mine had till 6th April but it'll be gon3 before then some people have said they freeze
Slobadon31/03/2019 10:40

Wild or farmed?



Where can I buy wild ?
Edited by: "Pawel_Adamowicz" 31st Mar
I like salmon but you won't believe how unhealthy farmed salmon is. I had no idea of this until I watched the following documentary. Basically, there are several issues but a couple are the copious amounts of pesticides used which get concentrated in the salmon. Sea lice are a huge problem.

There can also be issues with the feed, sometimes very oily fish from the baltic sea are used, (the most polluted sea in the world) and some weird toxic chemicals are added which again get concentrated in the salmon.

I'm not sure if this Lidl salmon is the same but it's just something I think you should be aware of.


youtube.com/wat…52s
supermann31/03/2019 12:24

I like salmon but you won't believe how unhealthy farmed salmon is. I had …I like salmon but you won't believe how unhealthy farmed salmon is. I had no idea of this until I watched the following documentary. Basically, there are several issues but a couple are the copious amounts of pesticides used which get concentrated in the salmon. Sea lice are a huge problem. There can also be issues with the feed, sometimes very oily fish from the baltic sea are used, (the most polluted sea in the world) and some weird toxic chemicals are added which again get concentrated in the salmon. I'm not sure if this Lidl salmon is the same but it's just something I think you should be aware of.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYYf8cLUV5E&t=452s



I'm aware of farmed/wild and grain fed/grass fed differences. Just wish the grass fed and wild stuff was more available.
Pawel_Adamowicz31/03/2019 12:42

I'm aware of farmed/wild and grain fed/grass fed differences. Just wish …I'm aware of farmed/wild and grain fed/grass fed differences. Just wish the grass fed and wild stuff was more available.


Grain fed vs grass fed? Do you mean livestock?

It's sad because most cattle in the world are fed on grains, the modern meat industry wouldn't be possible without this. As you know, that's where most of the calories come from.

It's quite interesting as cattle that are fed exclusively on grass (only really found in very poor parts of the world) are the most polluting in terms of greenhouse gas emissions. This is what does my head in about this trend of buying supposedly 'grass fed' cattle, on the presumption that it's somehow good for the environment.
Edited by: "supermann" 31st Mar
supermann31/03/2019 13:05

Grain fed vs grass fed? Do you mean livestock?It's sad because most cattle …Grain fed vs grass fed? Do you mean livestock?It's sad because most cattle in the world are fed on grains, the modern meat industry wouldn't be possible without this. As you know, that's where most of the calories come from. It's quite interesting as cattle that are fed exclusively on grass (only really found in very poor parts of the world) are the most polluting in terms of greenhouse gas emissions. This is what does my head in about this trend of buying supposedly 'grass fed' cattle, on the presumption that it's somehow good for the environment.


I'm living keto lifestyle so as much unprocessed stuff as I possibly can. It's not good that the meat that I'm buying is fed with grain to gain weight asap when I'm staying off the grain/wheat myself. As you said there are so many different tricks they use like: grass fed to certain stage and then grain fed towards the end, it's just crazy.
No salmon in the 4 stores near me and I called early. This isn't the first time this has happened either. At this rate I won't be shopping at Ludl any more - this seems to be
becoming a con! Have written to Lidl and have received no real answer. Waste of my time making the effort to go - my nearest store is a 10 mile round trip.
Pawel_Adamowicz9 h, 9 m ago

I'm living keto lifestyle so as much unprocessed stuff as I possibly can. …I'm living keto lifestyle so as much unprocessed stuff as I possibly can. It's not good that the meat that I'm buying is fed with grain to gain weight asap when I'm staying off the grain/wheat myself. As you said there are so many different tricks they use like: grass fed to certain stage and then grain fed towards the end, it's just crazy.



Just wait for Brexit to lead us onto buying American meat.
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