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Aldi Wheat Bisks (36 pack) - £1.59 (Instore)
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Aldi Wheat Bisks (36 pack) - £1.59 (Instore)

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Aldi Wheat Bisks (36 pack) - £1.59 (Instore)
Posted 14th JulAvailable: National

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These 36 packs of Aldi's Wheat Bisks have been reduced to £1.59. They were £1.75 last time I got some. Just thought I'd let people know. Can't remember if it was a timed offer or permanent reduction.
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Yeah just as good as the other supermarket home brands, which are usually 48 for £2.50, so similar priced
this will be why Tesco's own brand have now dropped to £1.06 for 24 and they are just as good as Wheetabix
jase.214/07/2020 20:12

this will be why Tesco's own brand have now dropped to £1.06 for 24 and …this will be why Tesco's own brand have now dropped to £1.06 for 24 and they are just as good as Wheetabix



Now that's the same price as this deal but the 48 for £2.50 quoted above is not similar priced imo.
darkovo14/07/2020 19:34

Yeah just as good as the other supermarket home brands, which are usually …Yeah just as good as the other supermarket home brands, which are usually 48 for £2.50, so similar priced


Was talking about this today. I would never buy the Aldi ones again. The box would probably taste better.
jase.214/07/2020 20:12

this will be why Tesco's own brand have now dropped to £1.06 for 24 and …this will be why Tesco's own brand have now dropped to £1.06 for 24 and they are just as good as Wheetabix


I used to love Tescos own brand breakfast cereals. Now they're as bad as Morrisons own brand....well, maybe not THAT bad, but not good
Are these anywhere near as good as weetabix ?
PhilK14/07/2020 20:48

Are these anywhere near as good as weetabix ?



i bet you couldnt tell the difference between Tesco / Sainsburys / Asda wheat bisc and Wheetabix - never had aldi tho
PhilK14/07/2020 20:48

Are these anywhere near as good as weetabix ?


I would say these are just as good as Weetabix. I can't tell the difference and more importantly, my kids haven't noticed a difference either. We only got round to trying these last year. I've stopped buying Weetabix now and only get the Aldi version
jase.214/07/2020 20:51

i bet you couldnt tell the difference between Tesco / Sainsburys / Asda …i bet you couldnt tell the difference between Tesco / Sainsburys / Asda wheat bisc and Wheetabix - never had aldi tho


Oh I dunno though. I see your point but there has to be differences. I mean look at the difference in Frosties or Corn Flakes to many own brands. Difference is like shoe soles made from leather or cardboard !
Edited by: "PhilK" 14th Jul
PhilK14/07/2020 20:55

Oh I dunno though. I see your point but there has to be differences. I …Oh I dunno though. I see your point but there has to be differences. I mean look at the difference in Frosties or Corn Flakes to many own brands. Difference is like shoe soles made from leather or cardboard !



if you google it you will see Wheetabix admit they make Asda's own brand. The code numbers on the asda packs are exactly the same format as Sainsburys own brand so clearly made in the same place
36 ... £1.59... they’ve done that so we have to do hard maths to figure it out
PhilK14/07/2020 20:48

Are these anywhere near as good as weetabix ?


I no longer buy weetabix, these are just as good.
devilsadv0cate14/07/2020 20:33

Now that's the same price as this deal but the 48 for £2.50 quoted above …Now that's the same price as this deal but the 48 for £2.50 quoted above is not similar priced imo.


Tesco has also dropped the price of 48 to £2.25, but still cheaper to buy the small 24 pack size.
PhilK14/07/2020 20:48

Are these anywhere near as good as weetabix ?


Do not know what the Aldi version taste like but I can comment on the Lidl version (Bixies). They are nasty. The Tesco version is very similar to the original.
So i use be like fk them cheap brands always weetabix! But then i tried asdas cheepos due to a sub during corona and they are actually better... tried tescos after but asdas are still the best. Maybe give aldi a go now.
jase.214/07/2020 20:58

if you google it you will see Wheetabix admit they make Asda's own brand. …if you google it you will see Wheetabix admit they make Asda's own brand. The code numbers on the asda packs are exactly the same format as Sainsburys own brand so clearly made in the same place


Nice one. Didn't know that.
I'm making my way through the Aldi cereal. So far tried their version sugar puffs, golden syrup porridge oat sachets, cheerios. All very good in my opinion and like the original.
jase.214/07/2020 20:58

if you google it you will see Wheetabix admit they make Asda's own brand. …if you google it you will see Wheetabix admit they make Asda's own brand. The code numbers on the asda packs are exactly the same format as Sainsburys own brand so clearly made in the same place


yeah its not just weetabix a lot of the big food manufacturers make store own brands

thesun.co.uk/mon…ng/
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