Anchor Butter Salted & Unsalted (250g) was £1.70 each now 2 for £2.00 @ Tesco
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Anchor Butter Salted & Unsalted (250g) was £1.70 each now 2 for £2.00 @ Tesco

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Found 7th Apr 2015
Anchor Butter Salted & Unsalted (250g) was £1.70 each now 2 for £2.00

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Hot deal, heat added.

Not in my local tesco express

Original Poster

pinkpanther123

Not in my local tesco express

Thats because the deal doesn't start until tomorrow!

Need to read the deal properly next time

Original Poster

pinkpanther123

Need to read the deal properly next time


Definitely helps!

Good deal, voted hot.

Banned

thanks for posting

Brilliant,I can feel a huge baking session coming on

Shame that Anchor is no longer produced from grass fed cows in NZ and, instead, is produced from milk from British cows.

Sounds good to me - a significant reduction in food miles

When vegetable spread became popular I remembered that Anchor was quite a bit cheaper than British butter. Now it is the other way round with a higher price, but made in Wiltshire now with a different taste. So £1 for Anchor is a good price but no thanks as it is no NZ.

splender

When vegetable spread became popular I remembered that Anchor was quite a … When vegetable spread became popular I remembered that Anchor was quite a bit cheaper than British butter. Now it is the other way round with a higher price, but made in Wiltshire now with a different taste. So £1 for Anchor is a good price but no thanks as it is no NZ.


Why would you want to have butter which has been frozen then transported 10000 miles to Denmark to be re packed? At least it is packed in the UK now.

unclecuddles

Why would you want to have butter which has been frozen then transported … Why would you want to have butter which has been frozen then transported 10000 miles to Denmark to be re packed? At least it is packed in the UK now.


Why not, cows that ate NZ fresh grass and organic.

It will be a meltdown Hot! Hot!! Hot!!!

Good price

Anchor here is made by Arla (who also own Lurpak). Imagine you go into Tesco and it said ARLA on it instead of Anchor (real Anchor is and was New Zealand). Which would you pick up: 2 of the Arla at 2 quid on offer, or what is actually in Tesco at this minute, their own Butter, British (so no different from Arla) at just 88p?
There you have it, 2 Arla under the guise of the misleading Anchor name for 2 quid, or 2 Tesco brit butter for £1.76?

NO CONTEST! so COLD for Anchor (sorry, ARLA).

Edit to add, anyone who pays £1.70 for Anchor (ARLA) needs their head examined!

Edited by: "jnigel26" 8th Apr 2015

splender

Why not, cows that ate NZ fresh grass and organic.


Hi all. We are proud to be British Arla farmers. Our milk could be going to make Anchor butter (or Anchor cheese, Cravendale, etc)

NZ cows do eat a mainly grass diet, because the NZ climate is really good for growing grass & mild enough for the cows to be kept outside mostlly all year round.
NZ dairy farming is not organic just because they can graze most of the year though.

British cows also eat grass too. My cows eat grass for around 7 months of the year - there's not enough quality in the grass for them the other months, but we feed them silage (preserved grass) when there's none in the fields.
Our cows went out to graze grass yesterday, for the first time this year.
http://s15.postimg.org/s790jjhdn/out.jpg

Arla is a 'dairy cooperative'. There are over 3,000 British Arla farmer owners & so we directly benefit from any profits.

Thank you to everyone who loves Anchor butter & Arla dairy products.
Any questions - please ask!
Mags.
Edited by: "milk2gogo" 8th Apr 2015

jnigel26

Anchor here is made by Arla (who also own Lurpak). Imagine you go into … Anchor here is made by Arla (who also own Lurpak). Imagine you go into Tesco and it said ARLA on it instead of Anchor (real Anchor is and was New Zealand). Which would you pick up: 2 of the Arla at 2 quid on offer, or what is actually in Tesco at this minute, their own Butter, British (so no different from Arla) at just 88p? There you have it, 2 Arla under the guise of the misleading Anchor name for 2 quid, or 2 Tesco brit butter for £1.76?NO CONTEST! so COLD for Anchor (sorry, ARLA).Edit to add, anyone who pays £1.70 for Anchor (ARLA) needs their head examined!



Hi jnigel26

You're right, the supermarket's own butter could be made by Arla too - check out the 'Dairy code' on the packaging. The code for Arla Westbury is "UK WQ108 EC"

I'm sure though that it won't be 'exactly' the same butter 'recipe' in each of the packets though - there is a slight taste difference & so it depends on your individual taste & / or price preference! (_;)

I can recommend either! X)

jnigel26

Anchor here is made by Arla (who also own Lurpak). Imagine you go into … Anchor here is made by Arla (who also own Lurpak). Imagine you go into Tesco and it said ARLA on it instead of Anchor (real Anchor is and was New Zealand). Which would you pick up: 2 of the Arla at 2 quid on offer, or what is actually in Tesco at this minute, their own Butter, British (so no different from Arla) at just 88p? There you have it, 2 Arla under the guise of the misleading Anchor name for 2 quid, or 2 Tesco brit butter for £1.76?NO CONTEST! so COLD for Anchor (sorry, ARLA).Edit to add, anyone who pays £1.70 for Anchor (ARLA) needs their head examined!


Do you have some sort of grievance with Arla? Actually, forget I asked because I'm afraid you'll answer!
I have tried both Anchor (or Arla if you want to be that ****) and tesco butter and much prefer the taste of the Anchor variety. Therefore, I'm more than happy to pay the 24p difference.

Good deal, but I went to my local Tesco last night and the offer did not seem to be on.

Is this store specific? Have my store just not got around to updating the shelf labels?

Cheers OP! The offer is not store specific as more than a couple of stores visited had the offer.

thanks
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