Anchor Spreadable 500g £1.50 @ Asda instore
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Anchor Spreadable 500g £1.50 @ Asda instore

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LocalFound 9th Jun
It’s been a long time since I saw these so cheap! Anchor spreadable butter is only £1.50 instore (£2 online). £3.25 in Tesco and Sainsbury’s!
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I would avoid all spreadables, I use solely butter and it is £1.50 for a pack of President butter.

glycidol and 3-MCPD could increase your risk of cancer ; glycidol is genotoxic and carcinogenic , glycidol and 3-MCPD “inevitably produced” when vegetable oil is heated during the refining process,

There is no recent (2016, 2017, 2018) published testing of these levels in UK. food.gov.uk/No UK independent third party testing of correct labelling. E.g. A foreign government found amongst many: A product from Lurpak, for instance, claimed to have 36mcg of sodium per 100 grams of blended butter, but tests found the amount was 11 times more than it stated, at 410mcg per 100 grams.

The European Food Safety Authority (ESFA) is set to publish its standards for glycidol intake this year (2018). Last year it recommended that the intake of the by-product 3-MCPD should be no more than 120 micrograms per day for adults.




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Edited by: "splender" 9th Jun
its not butter !
deanos3 m ago

its not butter !

I can't believe it..,
splender1 h, 1 m ago

I would avoid all spreadables, I use solely butter and it is £1.50 for a …I would avoid all spreadables, I use solely butter and it is £1.50 for a pack of President butter. glycidol and 3-MCPD could increase your risk of cancer ; glycidol is genotoxic and carcinogenic , glycidol and 3-MCPD “inevitably produced” when vegetable oil is heated during the refining process,There is no recent (2016, 2017, 2018) published testing of these levels in UK. https://www.food.gov.uk/ No UK independent third party testing of correct labelling. E.g. A foreign government found amongst many: A product from Lurpak, for instance, claimed to have 36mcg of sodium per 100 grams of blended butter, but tests found the amount was 11 times more than it stated, at 410mcg per 100 grams.The European Food Safety Authority (ESFA) is set to publish its standards for glycidol intake this year (2018). Last year it recommended that the intake of the by-product 3-MCPD should be no more than 120 micrograms per day for adults. [Image]


You should stick to grass fed cow butter while your at it
squiff36 m ago

Anchor use palm oil which I refuse to buy on principle.


It uses rapeseed oil
heat if correct...unusually cheap for 500g
Thanks for sharing
It’s not butter it’s margarine
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