Anchor Butter 250G - £1.50 and BOGOF at Tesco
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Anchor Butter 250G - £1.50 and BOGOF at Tesco

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Found 15th Dec 2010Made hot 15th Dec 2010
As per title, 250g blocks of Anchor Butter are £1.50 and Buy One Get One Free at Tesco.

For information, the offer is a bit more expensive at Tesco Express stores - £1.56 and BOGOF.

ClashInDevon

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Great price, lots of heat added......
but not enough to melt it

Great price? Maybe. But when was one £1.50??!!

Lakeside

Great price? Maybe. But when was one £1.50??!!



for the last 6 months at least so it really is a great price, have a look next time you go shopping. You'll be surprised

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Yes that's right!

Couldn't agree more X)

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My sentiments exactly

At least someone talks sense around here

gr8 price we always use this and its £1.25 each in asian shops and £1 on offer now and then in supermarkets

I'm sure I paid more the £2 for this at Costco!

thanks for posting

Forget about it

all tesco/tesco value butter is Anchor
the same for asda
sainsburys etc

I temped in the Anchor factory a few years ago
it all comes in in huge blocks straight from New Zealand plain boxes with New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture on them
and just gets sliced into small blocks with changes every few hours for diff wrappers
for every brand under the sun

Shonk

Forget about itall tesco/tesco value butter is Anchorthe same for … Forget about itall tesco/tesco value butter is Anchorthe same for asdasainsburys etcI temped in the Anchor factory a few years agoit all comes in in huge blocks straight from New Zealand plain boxes with New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture on themand just gets sliced into small blocks with changes every few hours for diff wrappersfor every brand under the sun



Why is Lurpak a competely different colour and taste then? Think you are dreaming. Abd there's no way this was ever £1.50 for one it's normally about £1 each.
Edited by: "maddoglewis" 15th Dec 2010

Not Kerrygold I think. That's made my Irish farmers.

Lurpack is danish is why

Ah, not every brand under the sun!

If it has Product of New Zealand on it 100% its anchor
if it has product of more than one country there's a 99% chance its also anchor
as i suspect some retailers use that to mask where its from

It's normally about £1 when on offer. Checked a few online supermarkets and it's always £1.50 full price

I just checked ours. Tesco value butter. Product of New Zealand! You are right!!! Oh, then it says "Packed in Denmark for Tesco". Did you do your temping in Denmark then?
Edited by: "Lakeside" 15th Dec 2010

Nope swindon

Im just trying to help
Anything product of New Zealand is anchor

they do every supermarket butter that i can think of even waitrose

Just looked it up seems anchor butter has a factory in Denmark for New Zealand butter now as well

* Please note that the butter imported from Denmark includes Anchor butter from New Zealand which is actually channelled via Denmark.
Edited by: "Shonk" 15th Dec 2010

this stuff tastes fab on toast!

So, Tesco value butter is Anchor in disguise?

Banned

good price but not in the same league as lurpak.

will stock up for a few months though so thx op

yep
any butter that is a product of New Zealand is

Civilised Maniac

So, Tesco value butter is Anchor in disguise?


Edited by: "Shonk" 16th Dec 2010

Banned

Shonk

Forget about itall tesco/tesco value butter is Anchorthe same for … Forget about itall tesco/tesco value butter is Anchorthe same for asdasainsburys etcI temped in the Anchor factory a few years agoit all comes in in huge blocks straight from New Zealand plain boxes with New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture on themand just gets sliced into small blocks with changes every few hours for diff wrappersfor every brand under the sun


FAIL!

tesco value butter is 98p so more expensive than this deal.

I wont be forgetting it lol

Lets all just try to avoid buying produce thats got a MASSIVE carbon footprint buy purchasing British produce!

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andysmyth1976

Lets all just try to avoid buying produce thats got a MASSIVE carbon … Lets all just try to avoid buying produce thats got a MASSIVE carbon footprint buy purchasing British produce!


which butter is british then?

Good for making Ghee!

csiman

which butter is british then?


Country Life is, also you can buy own brands labelled Scottish butter or English butter

Banned

Lakeside

Country Life is, also you can buy own brands labelled Scottish butter or … Country Life is, also you can buy own brands labelled Scottish butter or English butter


Cheers - will take a gander at box standard english butter (assuming they are 75p) but really dont like country life

my wallet always takes precedence over my carbon footprint. The Americans will finish off the planet far sooner than global warming

csiman

my wallet always takes precedence over my carbon footprint.


Totally agree, but isn't it ludicrous that massive blocks of butter can be shipped literally half way round the world and still compete with our own butter?

Banned

Lakeside

Totally agree, but isn't it ludicrous that massive blocks of butter can … Totally agree, but isn't it ludicrous that massive blocks of butter can be shipped literally half way round the world and still compete with our own butter?


maybe the farmers pay a lot lower tax in NZ

excellent deal:p

andysmyth1976

Lets all just try to avoid buying produce thats got a MASSIVE carbon … Lets all just try to avoid buying produce thats got a MASSIVE carbon footprint buy purchasing British produce!



Common misconception, but this is absolutely untrue. Butter is shipped - which is immensely efficient - and you need to consider the whole life cycle of the product. Cows in NZ stay outside all year long eating grass with no need for shelter or supplementary feed, thanks to the temperate climate. Overall, eating butter (and apples) from NZ will decrease your carbon footprint.

SugarRay

It's normally about £1 when on offer. Checked a few online supermarkets … It's normally about £1 when on offer. Checked a few online supermarkets and it's always £1.50 full price



Yeah but its 2 for £2 in Asda and sainsburys and its nearly always on offer

maddoglewis

Yeah but its 2 for £2 in Asda and sainsburys and its nearly always on … Yeah but its 2 for £2 in Asda and sainsburys and its nearly always on offer


Yes and 2 for £2 compares favourably with this 2 for £1.50 deal!

Lakeside

Yes and 2 for £2 compares favourably with this 2 for £1.50 deal!



Well said!

good deal, i've always loved the taste of this butter.

Lakeside

Yes and 2 for £2 compares favourably with this 2 for £1.50 deal!



I wasn't saying it was better than this deal, just that £1.50 for 1 is overpriced
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