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Apple Turnover's 39p at Lidl
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Apple Turnover's 39p at Lidl

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Posted 31st MayAvailable: London

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Can confirm as a Lidl employee that the bagging of bakery items is not a permanent thing and some stores have already phased it out
Tasty looking samosas
Aldi could not give zero (poo)s to social distancing at the moment. Walk straight in, absolutely rammed to the point you have to queue up the aisles with people trying to shop around you. Honestly, it’s disgusting they’re allowed to open if they don’t abide by government guidelines. All other supermarkets I’ve been to (Waitrose Sainsbury’s Tesco) have all done amazing amazing job so far - Aldi were awful.
I would try Lidl, but I would not be buying anything from the bakery. Even before coronavirus it was a bit grotty.
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Good to see they care about peope in London...
In our Lidl stores all bakery products are in paper bags. One or two items per bag.
johnszi2331/05/2020 22:37

Good to see they care about peope in London...In our Lidl stores all …Good to see they care about peope in London...In our Lidl stores all bakery products are in paper bags. One or two items per bag.


They were doing that last week so I'm not sure if it's cause i was in the store early or they don't do it anymore
Same up here in Scotlandshire, everything in their In store bakery was already in bags to ensure no unnecessary handling.
Edited by: "Glesgabear" 31st May
Tasty looking samosas
johnszi2331/05/2020 22:37

Good to see they care about peope in London...In our Lidl stores all …Good to see they care about peope in London...In our Lidl stores all bakery products are in paper bags. One or two items per bag.


I hope this is a permanent change.
Cheapest Apple product ever. Heat
If it wasn’t for this being listed by Diamond I would have said this was made up, can’t believe they aren’t bagging them up like in other parts if the country. Betting someone from head office sees this and they get a bullocking tomorrow.
Aldi could not give zero (poo)s to social distancing at the moment. Walk straight in, absolutely rammed to the point you have to queue up the aisles with people trying to shop around you. Honestly, it’s disgusting they’re allowed to open if they don’t abide by government guidelines. All other supermarkets I’ve been to (Waitrose Sainsbury’s Tesco) have all done amazing amazing job so far - Aldi were awful.
I would try Lidl, but I would not be buying anything from the bakery. Even before coronavirus it was a bit grotty.
pre-packaging them in bags actually makes me more likely to buy them. So often you see kids poking or otherwise handling stuff from the bakery and putting them back...
eslick31/05/2020 23:02

If it wasn’t for this being listed by Diamond I would have said this was m …If it wasn’t for this being listed by Diamond I would have said this was made up, can’t believe they aren’t bagging them up like in other parts if the country. Betting someone from head office sees this and they get a bullocking tomorrow.


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10p off an apple turnover....will probs become the hottest deal of the day
Hsn200031/05/2020 23:00

Cheapest Apple product ever. Heat


Beatles singles were even cheaper!
YouTalkinToMe31/05/2020 23:00

I hope this is a permanent change.


Me too, I stopped buying bakery products when I saw the staff putting them on the shelves with his bare hands.
adzzzz31/05/2020 23:06

Aldi could not give zero (poo)s to social distancing at the moment ... …Aldi could not give zero (poo)s to social distancing at the moment ... they don’t abide by government guidelines.


Might be just your branch - my 2 Aldis are both manned on the door, limiting access. Within the shop, it has to be down to the individual because no shop has enough staff to police the aisles. You can't legislate for stupidity.
Edited by: "GeneralTactifer" 31st May
Have they started individual self selection now? Due to the Coronavirus they were prepacked in packs of two, even up until 3 days ago.
Edited by: "qasim.rasul" 31st May
bluestreak31/05/2020 23:37

Me too, I stopped buying bakery products when I saw the staff putting …Me too, I stopped buying bakery products when I saw the staff putting them on the shelves with his bare hands.


You are aware that a lot of food produce is handled by bare hands aren’t you????
adzzzz31/05/2020 23:06

Aldi could not give zero (poo)s to social distancing at the moment. Walk …Aldi could not give zero (poo)s to social distancing at the moment. Walk straight in, absolutely rammed to the point you have to queue up the aisles with people trying to shop around you. Honestly, it’s disgusting they’re allowed to open if they don’t abide by government guidelines. All other supermarkets I’ve been to (Waitrose Sainsbury’s Tesco) have all done amazing amazing job so far - Aldi were awful. I would try Lidl, but I would not be buying anything from the bakery. Even before coronavirus it was a bit grotty.


They need to pack people in, in there attempts to undermine the (far better) uk food retailers they have skipped online/home delivery.... LOL poor things
Edited by: "r200ti" 1st Jun
Can confirm as a Lidl employee that the bagging of bakery items is not a permanent thing and some stores have already phased it out
GeneralTactifer31/05/2020 23:38

Might be just your branch - my 2 Aldis are both manned on the door, …Might be just your branch - my 2 Aldis are both manned on the door, limiting access. Within the shop, it has to be down to the individual because no shop has enough staff to police the aisles. You can't legislate for stupidity.


The amount of people made it impossible to shop because of the queue up the aisle because of the amount of people in store when they weren’t bothering to man the entrance on a Saturday afternoon. Never bothering again.
r200ti01/06/2020 00:08

They need to pack people in, in there attempts to undermine the (far …They need to pack people in, in there attempts to undermine the (far better) uk food retailers they have skipped online/home delivery.... LOL poor things


30 percent cheaper than my usual Sainsbury’s shop. Quality so far - better. Shopping experience was abysmal.
Lidl we have is on an high street, not packed as before but still no way there is 2m distancing. The security sometimes is there or not, depending.. the hand sanitizer they put in for customers doesn't work, you get more germs just for trying tbh (the idea is what counts, right?)
They were bagging them maybe two weeks ago but they returned to no bags at all again.
Yes, produce is handled by people, but on a supermarket people pick it up to "check", for bakery, who knows?! People can cough around it, talk, even breath...... sneeze... You name it.
Does this have a 3.5 headphone socket?
kayleighwright_01/06/2020 00:18

Can confirm as a Lidl employee that the bagging of bakery items is not a …Can confirm as a Lidl employee that the bagging of bakery items is not a permanent thing and some stores have already phased it out


Apart from special offers which are now bagged all the time (also a lidl employee)
nlman01/06/2020 00:05

You are aware that a lot of food produce is handled by bare hands aren’t y …You are aware that a lot of food produce is handled by bare hands aren’t you????


Yes, but they are normally dedicated to that job and have hand washing facilities and/or wear gloves. This guy was stocking shelves, jumping on the tills. I'm sure he was washing his hands after handling the trolley and cash.
kayleighwright_01/06/2020 00:18

Can confirm as a Lidl employee that the bagging of bakery items is not a …Can confirm as a Lidl employee that the bagging of bakery items is not a permanent thing and some stores have already phased it out


In the Lidl I work in, not only is bagging continuing, we've even received details of new bags coming in later this week. Instead of the (relatively) expensive paper bags, we're switching to some type of (cheaper) plastic bags. The only issue we have with bagging up the products is the time it takes - it's easily 20 times longer...

As the baker in my store, I can assure you that the bakery products should *never* be handled with bare hands!
adzzzz31/05/2020 23:06

Aldi could not give zero (poo)s to social distancing at the moment. Walk …Aldi could not give zero (poo)s to social distancing at the moment. Walk straight in, absolutely rammed to the point you have to queue up the aisles with people trying to shop around you. Honestly, it’s disgusting they’re allowed to open if they don’t abide by government guidelines. All other supermarkets I’ve been to (Waitrose Sainsbury’s Tesco) have all done amazing amazing job so far - Aldi were awful. I would try Lidl, but I would not be buying anything from the bakery. Even before coronavirus it was a bit grotty.


Interesting. I was in Aldi (Grays Essex) on Sat and it was very different. Orderly queues outside with security on the door. A cleaning station for baskets, trolleys and hands. Restricted numbers inside and social distanced till queues.
NeoDoug101/06/2020 07:49

In the Lidl I work in, not only is bagging continuing, we've even received …In the Lidl I work in, not only is bagging continuing, we've even received details of new bags coming in later this week. Instead of the (relatively) expensive paper bags, we're switching to some type of (cheaper) plastic bags. The only issue we have with bagging up the products is the time it takes - it's easily 20 times longer... As the baker in my store, I can assure you that the bakery products should *never* be handled with bare hands!


As the baker... Could you tell me what variety of Apple you use in the turnovers please?
NeoDoug101/06/2020 07:49

In the Lidl I work in, not only is bagging continuing, we've even received …In the Lidl I work in, not only is bagging continuing, we've even received details of new bags coming in later this week. Instead of the (relatively) expensive paper bags, we're switching to some type of (cheaper) plastic bags. The only issue we have with bagging up the products is the time it takes - it's easily 20 times longer... As the baker in my store, I can assure you that the bakery products should *never* be handled with bare hands!


I did read some stores are trialling new bags that get sealed rather than our normal type
Glesgabear31/05/2020 22:45

Same up here in Scotlandshire, everything in their In store bakery was …Same up here in Scotlandshire, everything in their In store bakery was already in bags to ensure no unnecessary handling.


Yes, I wanted some doughnuts and they were bagged up as three - the other items were bagged up as well, but from what I could see there were no bags with just one in.
Jam doughnuts also reduced nationwide.
90% pastry 10% apple
Android turnovers are better....
marty-40101/06/2020 08:54

As the baker... Could you tell me what variety of Apple you use in the …As the baker... Could you tell me what variety of Apple you use in the turnovers please?


Absolutely no idea - the ingredients list just shows "apples"... Sorry!
keiran551701/06/2020 09:51

I did read some stores are trialling new bags that get sealed rather than …I did read some stores are trialling new bags that get sealed rather than our normal type


Not all stores are getting the sealer for the bags - looks like we're not... Not sure why some stores will be sealing bags while others aren't!
Bite off a corner and pour custard inside.....then microwave for 20 secs.......i would risk bubonic plague to have that for desert tonight......
nisc101/06/2020 11:51

90% pastry 10% apple


38% if you ask to see their bakery folder that shows all ingredients and allergens etc
Does it come with a free apostrophe?
NeoDoug101/06/2020 07:49

In the Lidl I work in, not only is bagging continuing, we've even received …In the Lidl I work in, not only is bagging continuing, we've even received details of new bags coming in later this week. Instead of the (relatively) expensive paper bags, we're switching to some type of (cheaper) plastic bags. The only issue we have with bagging up the products is the time it takes - it's easily 20 times longer... As the baker in my store, I can assure you that the bakery products should *never* be handled with bare hands!


Interesting! Our store has no plans to continue the bagging and will be phasing it out soonish I've heard. I'd be happy to continue the bagging if it didn't take such a ridiculously long time.
Apple , heat
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