2 packs of Country Life Butter 250g (500g total) for £2.50 - Iceland
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2 packs of Country Life Butter 250g (500g total) for £2.50 - Iceland

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Found 1st May
Country Life Butter 250g each - £1.80 per pack

Buy 2 packs for £2.50 - total 500g

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Good price.
Good spot op. Heat added
Buy it and freeze it. Butter prices are increasing.
Great price thanks will get some in the morning
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unclecuddles6 m ago

Buy it and freeze it. Butter prices are increasing.


Who needs gold!
unclecuddles8 m ago

Buy it and freeze it. Butter prices are increasing.


All im seeing is deals for butter at the moment ?
50p cash back too on topcashback
Edited by: "limpingpiggy" 1st May
Rip off Britain
waterloo1 h, 47 m ago

All im seeing is deals for butter at the moment ?


There is a lag between current input costs and the price the supermarkets charge. The current cost of bulk butter is around £5,000 per tonne, which means that 250g costs £1.25 before you add the cost of manufacturing, packaging, transport and profit margin for the producer or the supermarket. Like I said, if you like butter buy it now. It freezes well and keeps for a long time.

From dairy.ahdb.org.uk/mar…es/

“Butter prices rose quickly through April. Earlier in the year, there was an expectation of more milk. However, this did not really come into fruition (partly due to weather conditions) and it seems there have been deals struck where product is still needed to fulfil orders, causing more people to venture into the spot market. Prices started around £4,200/4,300. It was less clear at the end of the month with some of the panel believing price had gone above £5,000 and others staying below.

Cream was more volatile, but still with an overall upward trend. Prices picked up quickly at the start of the month before easing mid-April and rallying again in the latter stages. Starting prices given by the panel were mixed (anywhere between £1,850 and £2,000) but general consensus was an end price around £2,200 (+/- a bit). As prices picked up quickly, the average seemed to edge towards the higher end.”
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^^

It's great to have an expert correspondent on my thread!!
unclecuddles2nd May

There is a lag between current input costs and the price the supermarkets …There is a lag between current input costs and the price the supermarkets charge. The current cost of bulk butter is around £5,000 per tonne, which means that 250g costs £1.25 before you add the cost of manufacturing, packaging, transport and profit margin for the producer or the supermarket. Like I said, if you like butter buy it now. It freezes well and keeps for a long time.From https://dairy.ahdb.org.uk/market-information/milk-prices-contracts/wholesale-prices/uk-wholesale-prices/#.WujwXorTWf0“Butter prices rose quickly through April. Earlier in the year, there was an expectation of more milk. However, this did not really come into fruition (partly due to weather conditions) and it seems there have been deals struck where product is still needed to fulfil orders, causing more people to venture into the spot market. Prices started around £4,200/4,300. It was less clear at the end of the month with some of the panel believing price had gone above £5,000 and others staying below.Cream was more volatile, but still with an overall upward trend. Prices picked up quickly at the start of the month before easing mid-April and rallying again in the latter stages. Starting prices given by the panel were mixed (anywhere between £1,850 and £2,000) but general consensus was an end price around £2,200 (+/- a bit). As prices picked up quickly, the average seemed to edge towards the higher end.”


WOW JUST WOW
Thanks OP.
I luv Butter 😸
omendata15 h, 11 m ago

dont forget topcashback 50p offSo bargain @ …dont forget topcashback 50p offSo bargain @ £1.50https://www.topcashback.co.uk/SnapAndSave/upload/5021


Finish today 2nd may
Butter's on my shopping list, need to go to Iceland, so perfect timing! Thanks OP.
Been and nothing in my local also not online ???????????
bargainbatti5 h, 46 m ago

I luv Butter 😸


Yip me too nothing like buttering yer muffin!
omendata2nd May

Yip me too nothing like buttering yer muffin!


Wotever
bargainbatti3 h, 34 m ago

Wotever


Oh how low class!
Expressions like wotever and "it is what it is" are reserved for the pea brained lower class who cannot string a sentence together!
Annoyed?
Wow you are easily annoyed i was cracking a Diceman joke ya fudd!
I repeat Wotever....
Edited by: "bargainbatti" 4th May
sussie05091st May

Rip off Britain


Nah butter prices have gone to crap all across the world.
Edited by: "britboy28" 4th May
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