1kg Tilda Long Grain Rice - Just £1 at Poundworld!
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1kg Tilda Long Grain Rice - Just £1 at Poundworld!

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Found 1st Jan 2011
Had plenty of these in my local Poundworld so stocked up. Amazing price for 1kg of Tilda rice. You can pay close to £2 for half the amount in a supermarket.

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This is a great price for small amounts e.g. if you don't eat rice very often, or if you don't have space to store a bigger bag. At this price though per kilo, if you buy larger bags, you could get Tilda Basmati. Heat added though, as it's still a good deal for most who don't eat rice as often as I do!

have they got the egg fried , that's the best one IMHO

DreamerV

This is a great price for small amounts e.g. if you don't eat rice very … This is a great price for small amounts e.g. if you don't eat rice very often, or if you don't have space to store a bigger bag. At this price though per kilo, if you buy larger bags, you could get Tilda Basmati. Heat added though, as it's still a good deal for most who don't eat rice as often as I do!



Tilda basmati is £1.80-3.90/KG on Amazon.
Where can it be had for £1/KG?

Cheers

How much is this rice from Poundworld

cawsmawr

How much is this rice from Poundworld



LOL

This is always for £1 at Home Bargains

Got a bag of rice as a Christmas present, it was from Uncle Ben.

Great price , thanks OP

gratts

Tilda basmati is £1.80-3.90/KG on Amazon.Where can it be had for … Tilda basmati is £1.80-3.90/KG on Amazon.Where can it be had for £1/KG?Cheers



In Asian shops, in bigger quantities e.g. 20kg, you can often get it around £20. In 10kg bags, you could prob gets it around £11 or £12 which is still decent.

Edit: That said, I've not had to buy for a year and a half because it takes me a while to finish a bag, and I have noticed an increase in prices since. (Not been great times in India, etc - my family are paddy farmers over there). I would think though, for 20kg you could get a bag still for £25ish. Did a quick search online and found a recent promotion at £26.67, but I'm sure you could do better with time and with promotions at certain points of year. But yeah, £20 does not seem realistic anymore! Damn

Edited by: "DreamerV" 1st Jan 2011

This is long grain as opposed to basmati rice hence the low price so no heat from me, if it was basmati that would be a different matter

mwa

This is long grain as opposed to basmati rice hence the low price so no … This is long grain as opposed to basmati rice hence the low price so no heat from me, if it was basmati that would be a different matter



This rice is over £2 at asda, even if it's long grain, it's a bargain!

good for making zarda but I would not use this to make a Biryani.

good price from poundland!
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