16 Richmond Pork Sausages (2 × 454g) for 99p at Aldi
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16 Richmond Pork Sausages (2 × 454g) for 99p at Aldi

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Found 25th Apr
99p box of 16 thick Richmond pork sausages (2 packs) on sale in Aldi. Total weight 908g. Considering these sausages are usually more than this for 1 pack then this seems a pretty good deal.
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Worst sausages ever
Once had a group of lads ask me to go in the shop for them for a pack of Richmond. That’s exactly what I got them.
Think they wanted something different...
only buy these if you hate the people you're cooking for
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Once had a group of lads ask me to go in the shop for them for a pack of Richmond. That’s exactly what I got them.
Think they wanted something different...
Seems a very good deal, which store?
Too meaty for me

The minimum meat content to be labelled Pork Sausages is 42% (30% for other types of meat sausages), although to be classed as meat, the Pork can contain 30% fat and 25% connective tissue.
Wonder what these are
Edited by: "fearona" 25th Apr
Worst sausages ever
Ever wondered What all that white congealed fat is in the pan after cooking these....
Lotta sossies but very poor quality. Aldis Ashfield Farm ones are nice, 72% meat which isn't bad either.
Noooooo! Don't do it.
Moonmonkeys25 m ago

Lotta sossies but very poor quality. Aldis Ashfield Farm ones are nice, …Lotta sossies but very poor quality. Aldis Ashfield Farm ones are nice, 72% meat which isn't bad either.


Agree.. Heat for Deal
only buy these if you hate the people you're cooking for
Ok not the finest sausage in town but an excellent price for a cheap meal. Thank you.
I like them 😜 watch the use by date though it's usually very short on these deals
Sausage in shape only
Amazingly good price for absolutely terrible product. HOT! that's how you should eat these.

If you prefer nice tasting sausages that are not well priced, and want to deviate a bit from the norm, then you should try some of THESE! they are delicious, and even better when done on a BBQ with a nice brioche roll, and some relish.
Cheap. But for a reason, not sure if these are legally allowed to be called sausages?? Hardly any 'meat' in them
But cheap if you like em!
rolstherat1 m ago

Cheap. But for a reason, not sure if these are legally allowed to be …Cheap. But for a reason, not sure if these are legally allowed to be called sausages?? Hardly any 'meat' in themBut cheap if you like em!



The minimum meat content to be labelled Pork Sausages is 42% (30% for other types of meat sausages), although to be classed as meat, the Pork can contain 30% fat and 25% connective tissue.
1.99 in my local aldi
If you couldn't care less about your health or a decent diet, buy these immediately. Contribute to the fatberg.
You’re better of getting quality food you’ll need less of it to fill you up.
Why?
Do not eat sausages,they are bad for your health.
The nations favourite No wonder the NHS and numerous sewage systems are crippled if this is what's being consumed.
I don't get these sausages. I've always considered quality = meat %, but these ones have 42% which is around supermarket value, 3/4p a sausage level. Usually these are £1.50-£2 a pack, but you can get 72% for a quid or less, and 90% for £2! They're just a waste of time
So much hate for a sausage! I got a 12 pack from Morrisons for £2 today. Now I feel stupid.
tibby53 m ago

So much hate for a sausage! I got a 12 pack from Morrisons for £2 today. …So much hate for a sausage! I got a 12 pack from Morrisons for £2 today. Now I feel stupid.


As you should!
HOT, these are good enough for the majority of people, stop pretending otherwise.
Keyser0098719 h, 46 m ago

Ever wondered What all that white congealed fat is in the pan after …Ever wondered What all that white congealed fat is in the pan after cooking these....


No, because I don't cook dots.
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