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Whitworth Bros Self Raising Flour 10kg - £3.99 instore @ Aldi Nottingham
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Whitworth Bros Self Raising Flour 10kg - £3.99 instore @ Aldi Nottingham

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Whitworth Bros Self Raising Flour 10kg - £3.99 instore @ Aldi Nottingham
Posted 28th May 2020Available: East Midlands (Nottinghamshire, Nottingham)

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Self raising flour at Aldi for £3.99 - 10kg! Unsure if this is nationwide

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Joe90_guy28/05/2020 13:26

Brilliant! That's a lot of cake.


That is quite clearly flour.
I spoke to the store manager of our Aldi last week, and he was very proud of the massive pallet of self-raising flour he'd managed to get from their ordering system and position right in the centre of the store. Other store managers were jealous apparently. Didn't have the heart to tell him I only needed plain flour.
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Brilliant! That's a lot of cake.
Joe90_guy28/05/2020 13:26

Brilliant! That's a lot of cake.


That is quite clearly flour.
For £3.99 you can’t go wrong! I haven’t been out to any shops the last few months, and every food shop delivery flour was out of stock, when I saw this I had to grab a bag! Mrs was like wtffff lol
Which Aldi in Nottingham?
Once the demand subsides for flour which it seems to be already they will be left with a lot of these huge bags to shift. Good price though and thanks for the post!
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There wasn’t many left on the pallet... hopefully they have more in the back!
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I spoke to the store manager of our Aldi last week, and he was very proud of the massive pallet of self-raising flour he'd managed to get from their ordering system and position right in the centre of the store. Other store managers were jealous apparently. Didn't have the heart to tell him I only needed plain flour.
I think most stores will have or will have had these large bags. They were sent out to all stores.
If storing for an extended time you need to put it in the freezer; otherwise the veevil eggs will hatch and you'll have a big bag of flour you won't want to use!
Saw this in Chester le Street Aldi last Saturday
Would love to be 1 but I am not sure if one can consume 10kg without it being off at some point
Plenty in Macclesfield this evening for those in the area
Bashir_Alzawawi28/05/2020 21:53

Would love to be 1 but I am not sure if one can consume 10kg without it …Would love to be 1 but I am not sure if one can consume 10kg without it being off at some point


Easy to do if you bake a lot, definitely not worth doing if you only bake occasionally.
Also in mapperley Nottm today - lots of them
Until unless you are really into cake making, 10kg may become bad. Need to find how to put them into smaller sealed containers
Great company. They are based in Wellingborough Northamptonshire I think. They using Big Yellow Scania for deliver flour to bakery.

"Whitworth Bros Limited are speciality flour millers producing pizza flours, chupatti flours, bespoke, bakery and other speciality flours.
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Edited by: "madscientis" 29th May
It’s not a flour you would use for everyday baking. Self raising means it is contains a self raising agents like baking powder. It’s good for cakes and only for cakes. As someone pointed out above it is a lot of cakes
Raging seen this last Sunday in Aldi and was going to post. But didn’t think was much of a deal..
Must have been going into Aldi with the blinkers on, just spotted this tonight (Robroyston, near Glasgow)
just bought a bag from an Aldi store in Redditch, loads there by the way...
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