2.5Kg White Potatoes, 500g Parsnips, 1kg Carrots, 1kg Onions, Brocoli & Swede any 3 for £1.00 @ Morrisons Instore
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2.5Kg White Potatoes, 500g Parsnips, 1kg Carrots, 1kg Onions, Brocoli & Swede any 3 for £1.00 @ Morrisons Instore

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Found 23rd MarEdited by:"goldy12"
Any 3 for £1.00 (or 50p each) @ Morrisons Instore.
2.5Kg White Potatoes,
500g Parsnips,
1kg Carrots,
1kg Onions,
Broccoli
Swede
Found in the Cwmbran store this morning
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Presumably this is to compete with the Tesco deal posted here 13th march valid until 3rd April

hotukdeals.com/dea…400

cheap Sunday dinners for a few weeks, soups and stews as well
kamenitzabrit58 m ago

Presumably this is to compete with the Tesco deal posted here 13th march …Presumably this is to compete with the Tesco deal posted here 13th march valid until 3rd Aprilhttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/any-3-for-1-white-cabbage-1kg-carrots-brown-onions-485g-parsnips-500g-brocolli-tesco-from-1403-2908400cheap Sunday dinners for a few weeks, soups and stews as well


I'm waiting for Tesco to include 2.5kg White Potatoes for Easter! They ll usually follow suit at Christmas and Easter. Love the oul veg.
Fab deal. Would love to get some of these into my kids.
markandbridget10 m ago

Fab deal. Would love to get some of these into my kids.


Make it so!
Why do I have a feeling there is some out in our shed from the same Christmas offer they had on 🤢
TH711 m ago

Why do I have a feeling there is some out in our shed from the same …Why do I have a feeling there is some out in our shed from the same Christmas offer they had on 🤢


Cos of the smell? Rotten potatoes eeuuurgh!
Now that's what i call a deal. Who cares about Aldi nowadays HOT
compadre2 m ago

Cos of the smell? Rotten potatoes eeuuurgh!


I am being honest here lol

Will go and check later. Not had to go in the shed since Christmas
Online too ?
Cheltenham store has not had any potatoes delivered for this offer...they have filled the racks with oranges !!!!... you could not make this up
markandbridget2 h, 16 m ago

Fab deal. Would love to get some of these into my kids.



If you're saying your kids don't eat veg willingly, join the club. I make soup from chicken bones, add all the veg to the stock, and then blend it so they cannot see any lumpy bits - I used to put bits of feta cheese on top and tell them it was cheese soup, which kept them happy for a few years until they now eat it willingly.
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Why can't they just sell loose stuff, buy what you need and have less food waste and packaging etc
magicalex93 h, 52 m ago

Why can't they just sell loose stuff, buy what you need and have less food …Why can't they just sell loose stuff, buy what you need and have less food waste and packaging etc


They do. loose carrots/potatoes/brocolli/onions.. not sure what else you could really want?
Why would you have food waste?, you can always give the extra you don't need to friends, family and neighbours. That's what I do if I end up with too much. I find my elderly neighbours appreciate it and I share with my friends.
Also they can last a long while especially potatoes if they are stored in a cool,dark dry place. All of the veg in the offer would be fine to eat past the date but brocolli gets brown quick.
m5rcc4 m ago

Those who rather buy all of the above for 19p each...


Dont get too excited after so many days and Aldi finally price matching and competing Asda and Morrisons.

Honestly, i would still go to my local morrisons rather than go to Aldi to save 50p total. Much better produce and shelf life and supporting british farmers and supermarkets.
If the spuds are Harmony, they're tasteless disgusting blobs of yuk. Avoid. They're not even worth getting for free. Aldi's Maris Piper should be far better.
abhijitdash1232 m ago

Dont get too excited after so many days and Aldi finally price matching …Dont get too excited after so many days and Aldi finally price matching and competing Asda and Morrisons.


I don't see Morrison's price matching...


abhijitdash1232 m ago

Honestly, i would still go to my local morrisons rather than go to Aldi to …Honestly, i would still go to my local morrisons rather than go to Aldi to save 50p total.


That assumes that you are not buying many vegetables nor buying other things.


abhijitdash1232 m ago

Much better produce and shelf life and supporting british farmers and …Much better produce and shelf life and supporting british farmers and supermarkets.


Another assumption given Aldi's 19p offer is from British suppliers...
m5rcc9 m ago

I don't see Morrison's price matching...That assumes that you are not …I don't see Morrison's price matching...That assumes that you are not buying many vegetables nor buying other things.Another assumption given Aldi's 19p offer is from British suppliers...


If you cant see Morrisons, you can atleast see that Aldi is price matching Asda. It does not offer as good deals in the past and has been increasing prices on the Super 6 as well.

Yeah i but 5 packs of vegetables and am not bothered about 50p saving from Aldi.

Aldi is still a german company and Morrisons is still British so would rather support a local supermarket than Aldi for savings which are not significant.
abhijitdash1233 m ago

If you cant see Morrisons, you can atleast see that Aldi is price matching …If you cant see Morrisons, you can atleast see that Aldi is price matching Asda.


And?


abhijitdash1233 m ago

It does not offer as good deals in the past and has been increasing prices …It does not offer as good deals in the past and has been increasing prices on the Super 6 as well.


Blame the cost of Brexit. Prices have risen everywhere.


abhijitdash1233 m ago

Aldi is still a german company and Morrisons is still British so would …Aldi is still a german company and Morrisons is still British so would rather support a local supermarket than Aldi for savings which are not significant.


So what if Aldi is German? The produce is British. Most of Morrison's shares are owned by foreign owned fund managers...
Edited by: "m5rcc" 28th Mar
m5rcc5 m ago

And?Blame the cost of Brexit. Prices have risen everywhere.So what if Aldi …And?Blame the cost of Brexit. Prices have risen everywhere.So what if Aldi is German? The produce is British. Most of Morrison's shares are owned by foreign owned fund managers...


Source of information please?
m5rcc23 m ago

Of which info? Inflation has risen almost six-fold since the EU …Of which info? Inflation has risen almost six-fold since the EU referendum. Sterling has depreciated 11% against the Euro and Morrison's is owned by foreign registered funds?


That still does not explain how most of Morrisons shares are owned by foreign fund investors.

Tp keep it simple, Morrisons employs more than 130000 employees in the UK. Compare that to Aldi which employs only 30000 and if you still dont get the motivation to help your local supermarket, then i cant convince you more.

Aldi seems to be affected by price rises and brexit much more than Morrisons.
abhijitdash1236 m ago

That still does not explain how most of Morrisons shares are owned by …That still does not explain how most of Morrisons shares are owned by foreign fund investors.


Then I can't help you if you're too lazy to do some research.


abhijitdash1236 m ago

Tp keep it simple, Morrisons employs more than 130000 employees in the UK. …Tp keep it simple, Morrisons employs more than 130000 employees in the UK. Compare that to Aldi which employs only 30000 and if you still dont get the motivation to help your local supermarket, then i cant convince you more.


I don't need any convincing: I am price-sensitive and Morrison's are not as cheap as they used to be. Besides, Morrison's is not local to me.

Employee size is largely an irrelevant point to make given that Aldi have almost 700 stores and Morrison's has just under 500 stores (though it has a much bigger footprint).

abhijitdash1236 m ago

Aldi seems to be affected by price rises and brexit much more than …Aldi seems to be affected by price rises and brexit much more than Morrisons.


Yet Aldi remains cheaper than Morrison's. Curious.
m5rcc1 h, 12 m ago

Then I can't help you if you're too lazy to do some research.I don't need …Then I can't help you if you're too lazy to do some research.I don't need any convincing: I am price-sensitive and Morrison's are not as cheap as they used to be. Besides, Morrison's is not local to me.Employee size is largely an irrelevant point to make given that Aldi have almost 700 stores and Morrison's has just under 500 stores (though it has a much bigger footprint).Yet Aldi remains cheaper than Morrison's. Curious.


Well, i am out as i dont want to continue this conversation any further. If you have the facts for morrisons share ownership, post it.

I believe in the UK local supermarkets and supporting a company that supports more than 130000 people in the UK.

If you are happy supporting a german company for whatever reason who employs 30000 people in the UK and for a few pennies, that is your choice.

I am out. Peace
abhijitdash12316 m ago

Well, i am out as i dont want to continue this conversation any further. …Well, i am out as i dont want to continue this conversation any further. If you have the facts for morrisons share ownership, post it.


They have been posted. Read the link I have provided.


abhijitdash12316 m ago

I believe in the UK local supermarkets and supporting a company that …I believe in the UK local supermarkets and supporting a company that supports more than 130000 people in the UK.If you are happy supporting a german company for whatever reason who employs 30000 people in the UK and for a few pennies, that is your choice.I am out. Peace


I support a business that offers value to its clients. I don't care for the proventance of its origins.
Further to my earlier post about how vile these Harmony potatoes are that Morrisons are selling, I found this . It's sad that food production has got to the point where the yield and storage is seen as more important than edibility.
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qbs4 h, 46 m ago

Further to my earlier post about how vile these Harmony potatoes are that …Further to my earlier post about how vile these Harmony potatoes are that Morrisons are selling, I found this . It's sad that food production has got to the point where the yield and storage is seen as more important than edibility.



qbs4 h, 46 m ago

Further to my earlier post about how vile these Harmony potatoes are that …Further to my earlier post about how vile these Harmony potatoes are that Morrisons are selling, I found this . It's sad that food production has got to the point where the yield and storage is seen as more important than edibility.



Not Harmony potatoes in my local store, they have a variety called Melody which makes lovely smooth mash, and a variety called Cultra makes nice chips
Edited by: "goldy12" 28th Mar
Have these expired I went in they over 1 pound know
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