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Posted 10 August 2023

Anchor Salted Butter 200g

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Good to find that Anchor butter has gone down in price, no doubt the weight is 200g.
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A block of salted butter lovingly made in Westbury, Wiltshire.. Made from 100% British milk and a bit of salt - nothing else!. Anchor has been perfecting the rich taste of our golden butter for generations of butter lovers.. We're farmer owned, so when you buy Anchor you're helping support our farmers and their families.. Vegetarians, rejoice and tuck in; there's only buttery goodness in here!.

Suitable for Vegetarians.
Ingredients - Butter (Milk), Salt (1.7%)

Storage - Keep refrigerated or freeze for up to three months. Defrost thoroughly in the fridge. Do not re-freeze.

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  1. huw62's avatar
    It's 200g folks, not the 'Standard' 250g but still a good deal...Shrinkflation strikes again (edited)
    mchu6am4's avatar
    Absolute swines.... No doubt the rest will follow this unethical practice!
  2. Newbold's avatar
    "Dairy is another area where lots of branded and own brand products are made by the same company.
    And there is an easy way to tell which products have come from the same manufacturer – a handy code.
    This means different products will have the same code if they've come out of the same factory.

    For example, Yeo Valley Butter and Anchor butter are made in the same factory as five own-brand butters.
    In the documentary, all seven butters have the code GBWQ108, meaning they've been produced in the Arla food factory in Wiltshire."
    Julie_Canavan's avatar
    Does being made by the same company mean that they are the same???
  3. Brummyboy21's avatar
    Farmfood 250g butter £1.29

    Sorry, it's 227g at Farmfoods (edited)
    namGB's avatar
    There was a deal on buying two of them a while ago 
  4. namGB's avatar
    Home bargains do 250g for 1.49 Meadow Churn
    Newbold's avatar
    Funnily enough, that carries the dairy code GBWQ108 - it’s identical to Anchor and from the very same dairy. You’re being ripped off by a brand name with Anchor.
  5. po57405k's avatar
    Farmfoods is the place for butter.
  6. beaufinder1's avatar
    Strange how it’s been voted hot?
    huw62's avatar
    Butter bots ....
  7. ought's avatar
    Yes, another idiotic size reduction. There should be a legal requirement to state "New smaller size" In big letters for 6 months. (edited)
  8. Newbold's avatar
    £2 for 250g worth of butter - the normal size. Overpriced, bog standard butter. Own label butters are identical - and cheaper.
    innocent's avatar
    Obviously if you think that "Own label butters are identical", you don't seem to be able to tell the difference! Others might disagree with your assertion.
  9. beaufinder1's avatar
    This is robbing the maths thickos.
    huw62's avatar
    And my mum - partially sighted but can see headline prices.
  10. innocent's avatar
    People will grumble about 200g size but really this has been selling at higher price at various supermarkets than the price in this deal, hence the posting 🙋
  11. dvdvicar's avatar
    We need Leslie Crowther to intervene here.
  12. magicalex9's avatar
    Shrinkflation again
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