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Anchor Butter 250g Was £1.60 - Now £1 @Tesco
Anchor Butter 250g Was £1.60 - Now £1 @Tesco

Anchor Butter 250g Was £1.60 - Now £1 @Tesco

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Anchor Butter 250g
Was £1.60 Now £1 @ Tesco

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Good deal - was talking to someone who works in the food trade and the stuff that goes into butter substitutes is amazing - more like a chemical factory. His advice was stick to real butter.

It's interesting how they can offer such deep "discounts" on butter ....... but of course the price has almost tripled in the last few years, so no surprise. Odd that the price of milk hasn't done the same, isn't it? (_;)

More interesting is the fact that "full price" Anchor, Kerrygold, etc. is now the same price as President French butter and Organic butters that were always sold at a hefty premium. Also interesting that abroad, where the price of fresh milk is often higher, the price of butter is lower in comparison.....

I'd like to see an investigation into butter pricing ...... or maybe it's all the fault of the Chinese developing a taste for sarnies....

These are 2 for £1 at heron frozen foods

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Good deal - never pay more than a £ for butter as it's always on offer somewhere but hasn't been for about a week.

Last lot we got was Country Life at Asda.

Thanks OP - probably the only "deal" worth going to Tesco for. I honestly think it would be about the same price but better quality shopping at M&S or Waitrose compared to Tesco nowadays.

Deal ends 8th July so if you haven't got a Heron store be quick

Hot deal...only issue is that all the stock in Tesco has best before date of less than 10 days. At least in the 3 stores i went to. So make sure you consume it in good time.

It's interesting how they can offer such deep "discounts" on butter … It's interesting how they can offer such deep "discounts" on butter ....... but of course the price has almost tripled in the last few years, so no surprise. Odd that the price of milk hasn't done the same, isn't it? More interesting is the fact that "full price" Anchor, Kerrygold, etc. is now the same price as President French butter and Organic butters that were always sold at a hefty premium. Also interesting that abroad, where the price of fresh milk is often higher, the price of butter is lower in comparison.....I'd like to see an investigation into butter pricing ...... or maybe it's all the fault of the Chinese developing a taste for sarnies....



You've got a big interest in butter haven't you

Thats a bargain I paid £1.25 at asda and bought 4 dam...No heat added though its Tesco

Got charged £1.66 in my local Tesco Express this morning.

Short dated stock in my Tescos too.

Freeze them?

safc32

These are 2 for £1 at heron frozen foods


TWO FOR £1.........U SURE????
(WOW!, if its true.....)

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dondhain

Hot deal...only issue is that all the stock in Tesco has best before date … Hot deal...only issue is that all the stock in Tesco has best before date of less than 10 days. At least in the 3 stores i went to. So make sure you consume it in good time.



Thought that sounded like BS but just checked the ones I picked up and the date is 1 August.

Tesco are definitely going back to their market stall roots. My fault for not checking the date but even so - am sure when fresh butter has a shelf life of a few months at least.

Just checked our Flora Buttery bought about 6 weeks ago and that has a date of end of September.

Thanks for pointing that out dondhain - will definitely check in future

If you like butter of indeterminate age that's been frozen and sent halfway round the world, if you like butter from a country that ritually and inhumanely slaughters it's livestock by slitting their throats and bleeding them to death then OK, it might be a good deal to you but until New Zealand stops ritually killing their animals I'll give it a miss. I don't eat their lamb either.

sajsaleem

TWO FOR £1.........U SURE????(WOW!, if its true.....)

Yes they are 2 for £1 in Heron dated 14th july, but my family all freeze it so they bought loads!

dondhain

Hot deal...only issue is that all the stock in Tesco has best before date … Hot deal...only issue is that all the stock in Tesco has best before date of less than 10 days. At least in the 3 stores i went to. So make sure you consume it in good time.


You can always freeze it.
I always freeze it so does my colleague. She went out to buy a load at lunch break and got me 6 packs. I still have a few in the freezer from last time as well.

singhster

You've got a big interest in butter haven't you


I've got a bigger interest in price-fixing cartels and people ripping me off - don't you?

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£1 is way overpriced still
Should be at least 500g for this price

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A whole 60p saving?! Cant believe this is hot....what a joke.

good price bought 25 yesterday!

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dondhain

Hot deal...only issue is that all the stock in Tesco has best before date … Hot deal...only issue is that all the stock in Tesco has best before date of less than 10 days. At least in the 3 stores i went to. So make sure you consume it in good time.


totally agree

got some butter delivered a month ago from tesco when on £1 and just noticed its already past its use by date!

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kooltariq

good price bought 25 yesterday!


I hope you checked the dates

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macliam

It's interesting how they can offer such deep "discounts" on butter … It's interesting how they can offer such deep "discounts" on butter ....... but of course the price has almost tripled in the last few years, so no surprise. Odd that the price of milk hasn't done the same, isn't it? (_;)More interesting is the fact that "full price" Anchor, Kerrygold, etc. is now the same price as President French butter and Organic butters that were always sold at a hefty premium. Also interesting that abroad, where the price of fresh milk is often higher, the price of butter is lower in comparison.....I'd like to see an investigation into butter pricing ...... or maybe it's all the fault of the Chinese developing a taste for sarnies....


Its the price of milk thats been rigged, not butter

csiman

I hope you checked the dates

We always freeze and use as and when we need so no worries about expiry date!
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