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Apple juice/Orange Juice 3 x 200ml for just 40p at Tesco
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Apple juice/Orange Juice 3 x 200ml for just 40p at Tesco

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Posted 3rd Dec 2019

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Works out at just 14p per 200ml carton (and a free straw )
Apple juice is the same price in lidl
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If I am not mistakes this brand is not pure and 100% apple juice.
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regular price @ Tesco,Asda,Aldi Lidl.& they do orange juice ones as well
GDawes03/12/2019 14:18

If I am not mistakes this brand is not pure and 100% apple juice.


INGREDIENTS: Apple Juice from Concentrate, Citric Acid.
GDawes03/12/2019 14:18

If I am not mistakes this brand is not pure and 100% apple juice.


It's the ones that say Apple juice 'Drink' that are not all juice.
This juice tastes gnarly. 🤮
ys103/12/2019 14:45

e.g. https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/301219535


Ah yes, I couldnt see it before on the thumnail - looks like this is only 50% juice!
Tesco value rebrand by looks of it


Sainsburys have done this to their basics range too, on nearly all their product. Mary Anne (dairy) J. James (mostly meat products) their toilet roll is now branded House 247. Basic snacks like chips and snacks are rebranded Just Snax



I'm fine with it, but it is confusing for many shoppers and they do get posted a lot on here and heat when its just the usual price and not a deal.
Edited by: "PizzaTheHutt" 3rd Dec 2019
Redbu1103/12/2019 14:47

Ah yes, I couldnt see it before on the thumnail - looks like this is only …Ah yes, I couldnt see it before on the thumnail - looks like this is only 50% juice!



The product posted originally is 100% from concentrate. The link the ys1 provided is a juice drink and different from the original post. I also just noticed that on the image provided by Tesco the boxes say 150ml, so can we be sure of any of the info they provide.
Edited by: "jdbigguy" 3rd Dec 2019
PizzaTheHutt03/12/2019 15:38

Tesco value rebrand by looks of itSainsburys have done this to their …Tesco value rebrand by looks of itSainsburys have done this to their basics range too, on nearly all their product. Mary Anne (dairy) J. James (mostly meat products) their toilet roll is now branded House 247. Basic snacks like chips and snacks are rebranded Just SnaxI'm fine with it, but it is confusing for many shoppers and they do get posted a lot on here and heat when its just the usual price and not a deal.



You are right. Tesco's etc. do it because many of the products that are "branded" in Lidl and Aldi are in fact produced exclusively for them under a string of brands to make it look like their own brands are properly (in the generally accepted use of the term) "branded" products.
jdbigguy03/12/2019 16:12

You are right. Tesco's etc. do it because many of the products that are …You are right. Tesco's etc. do it because many of the products that are "branded" in Lidl and Aldi are in fact produced exclusively for them under a string of brands to make it look like their own brands are properly (in the generally accepted use of the term) "branded" products.


True but these supermarkets are giving only their value ranges a brand name, while the original supermarket name version (ie, Tesco milk chocolate chip cookies) remain.

I know why they are doing it, because it looks more appealing and more will buy them as some are ashamed to buy the fugly tesco value products.
They are generally inferior products though, but not always the case.

Most of the Lidl's stuff is best to be compared to the supermarkets own brand non-value range, or the big brand itself imo

Giving Lidls products brand names make perfect sense for Lidl because they don't stock many big brands apart for the usual things everyone loves like Heinz ketchup.


Having said that Lidl some years ago started releasing a few products under the branding simply... which is plain white packaging and their value range. Its a bit odd considering all the other supermarkets are doing the complete opposite.
Edited by: "PizzaTheHutt" 3rd Dec 2019
Yep, always this price. Buy 5 packs every week for pack-ups.
Are these sugar free?

Warm if so.

Kindest regards
Check the sugar content on these - its the same as coca-cola!
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