Aldi Super 6 - New Potatoes, Cucumber, Mild Onions, Parsnips, Carrots, Sweetheart Cabbage @ 39p each
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Aldi Super 6 - New Potatoes, Cucumber, Mild Onions, Parsnips, Carrots, Sweetheart Cabbage @ 39p each

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Found 14th Oct 2012
Starting Sunday 14th October and running until Saturday 27th October, the new super six are:

New Potatoes (750g) (1kg bags - Asda £1, Sainsbury's £1.50, Ocado £1.99)
Cucumber (Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury's, Ocado all 80p)
Mild Onions (3pk) (Can't find any suitable comparison)
Parsnips (Asda 98p, Waitrose, Tesco and Sainsbury's £1, Ocado £1.09)
Carrots (1kg) (Ocado and Waitrose 66p, Asda, Sainsbury's and Tesco £1)
Sweetheart cabbage (Asda 76p)

All prices are taken from mysupermarket.co.uk on 14/10/12
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good prices but does not last as long as Tesco/Sainsburys produce
Orcinus_orca

good prices but does not last as long as Tesco/Sainsburys produce



Take them out of sealed plastic bag as they tend to sweat and rot.
geordie7

Take them out of sealed plastic bag as they tend to sweat and rot.



That's all i do and they last for Ages in the fridge!
My Lidl/Aldi stuff always lasts just as long as from any where else

Good offers this week.
Yep just as good as the rest but cheaper prices
These sites not last as long as Sainsbury/ts/asda claims are silly and never true..
I suppose a lot of people buy once, have a bad experience and then write them off completely. I have had stuff from Aldi that didn't last or was in some way under par, but it's the exception rather than the norm and fresh produce you get from anywhere, no matter what price you pay, can be hit and miss.
Edited by: "Starlet" 14th Oct 2012
Orcinus_orca

good prices but does not last as long as Tesco/Sainsburys produce




Utter tosh.:(
Orcinus_orca

good prices but does not last as long as Tesco/Sainsburys produce



Your bank account wont last as long either. Especially sainsburys, can someone tell me why nearly everything there is 2 for £4 ??
Thanks I picked up some cabbage while I was passing. Aldi is cheap but not really cheaper if you're someone who shops around anyway.
lasts much longer than Tesco/Sainsburys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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You certainly have to watch what you pick up when buying fruit and veg at Aldi/Lidl.
I have seen plenty of rotting stuff when shopping there, I think their items tend to be more ripe than the other supermarkets.
Our local has very little chilled area and the majority is never chilled at all, add that to it being riper in the first place and the shelf life drops.
The softer the fruit/veg the more picky you have to be.
Cheap though so hot.




Edited by: "deleted117705" 14th Oct 2012
Aldi never fails to impress with vegetables...last week or week before they had savoy cabbage the size of a football great value as usual.
i have been an aldi convert for a couple of months, ALL the fruit and veg i buy lasts twice as long as anything i have bought from asda, morrisons and tesco. I am also saving myself about £30 a week on food shopping (and getting more treats such as clotted cream and scones) I now spend about £70 instead of £100. To go with all this cheap veg they do a lovely free range chicken there for £4.99 which would feed about 5 people. I suppose it depends on where you live on how much turnover the store has, but my local one is REALLY busy so there is no fruit and veg left by late afternoon.
If you buy the most up-to-date packets they last a good week in the veg drawer in the fridge. Granted some of the packets have old dates on them, but I always make sure I buy the newest dated ones. Hardly ever have a problem
OWENSET

If you buy the most up-to-date packets they last a good week in the veg … If you buy the most up-to-date packets they last a good week in the veg drawer in the fridge. Granted some of the packets have old dates on them, but I always make sure I buy the newest dated ones. Hardly ever have a problem



Thought there were no dates on Aldi Fruit/Veg? Heat by the way..
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i brought some cabages and strawberrys and they where rotten and leakin goo when i got them home. this happened about 4 times and there bananas are brown inside.
there onions stink and there spuds are soft and black. take my advice and stay well away!
[quote=nigelwatkins]i brought some cabages and strawberrys and they where rotten and leakin goo when i got them home. this happened about 4 times and there bananas are brown inside.
there onions stink and there spuds are soft and black. take my advice and stay well away![/qu

Did you have your eyes shut when you bought them, or did they turn rotten on the way home in the car? Sounds a bit silly really.
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glastogal

[quote=nigelwatkins]i brought some cabages and strawberrys and they where … [quote=nigelwatkins]i brought some cabages and strawberrys and they where rotten and leakin goo when i got them home. this happened about 4 times and there bananas are brown inside.there onions stink and there spuds are soft and black. take my advice and stay well away![/quDid you have your eyes shut when you bought them, or did they turn rotten on the way home in the car? Sounds a bit silly really.




uh, i was fully awake thank u very much. maybe u need a wake up call. happend on lots off occassoins. rotten strawberrys,, dirty cabbage. soft cucumbers etc etc.
all im saying is open you're eyes and dont be a conned sheep.
i thought sweden had higher standards than that
nigelwatkins

[quote=glastogal] [quote=nigelwatkins]ii thought sweden had higher … [quote=glastogal] [quote=nigelwatkins]ii thought sweden had higher standards than that



Therein is your problem. The veg from Ikea is not the same as from Aldi.

Edited by: "johnmac" 14th Oct 2012
Orcinus_orca

good prices but does not last as long as Tesco/Sainsburys produce



Youre having a laugh. I've stopped shopping with both cos their fruit and veg is garbage. Had a home delivery from Tesco the other week and the spuds ran out of date in 3 hours.

Anyone who thinks Aldi food is rubbish is a snob, we've ditched mainstream supermarkets for Aldi and we love it, plus it costs a lot less than the others.
Edited by: "misterfrostie" 14th Oct 2012
I have to agree that aldi fruit and veg goes off quickly. I always buy as much as I can from aldi as thy are cheaper, but recently their produce have been appalling at my local. Things were fine up until a month or so ago. I was hoping I was just being unlucky.

Ps I have my fridge set to 1 degree and my fruit and veg usually last well past the sell by date. I always check everything thoroughly before buying as well.
Been using both for years.Im lucky my stores are very busy and the quality is top notch and spanks the majors. The only iffy thing is lidl`s onions are poor.
I think the poor harvests have caused a drop in all veg/fruit quality and thus storing quality this year.This affects all supermarkets btw.
nigelwatkins

uh, i was fully awake thank u very much. maybe u need a wake up call. … uh, i was fully awake thank u very much. maybe u need a wake up call. happend on lots off occassoins. rotten strawberrys,, dirty cabbage. soft cucumbers etc etc.all im saying is open you're eyes and dont be a conned sheep.i thought sweden had higher standards than that



Since when has " Sweden " been in Germany?oO
These don't last as long as the ones from Ocado or Waitrose
All comes from the same place.................the ground! Just pick the best looking as you would at any shop or market.
Normally because Tesco nuke the S&*t out of their veg.
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