ben and jerrys ice cream £2.50 at tesco... while stocks last!
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ben and jerrys ice cream £2.50 at tesco... while stocks last!

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Found 13th Oct 2016
just popped into my local tesco (bank station) and saw ben and Jerry's ice cream... reduced! not 10 pc higher and not oos!

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I'd rather go without.

Sod Unilever and everything that goes with it.

isn't this meant to Hot Deals? I'd hardly call this a deal - just an average offer.

TESCO Don't sell this anymore ! ! !

rmaee

TESCO Don't sell this anymore ! ! !



​At the minute they dont, depends who is doing the negotiations (could be **** negotiator) on the Tesco end, they might **** Unilever off and they won't supply Tesco with Unilever goods.
Edited by: "DCFC79" 13th Oct 2016

Using 2 companies tiff to gain 'likes'

What childish world we live in.

Using 2 companies tiff to gain 'likes'

What childish world we live in.

Scanned at £1.12 this morning

Original Poster

gidsterc

isn't this meant to Hot Deals? I'd hardly call this a deal - just an … isn't this meant to Hot Deals? I'd hardly call this a deal - just an average offer.



​they were in the freezer section too...

£2.47 in Asda, and they had plenty of stock this morning

pennyfarthing88

I'd rather go without.Sod Unilever and everything that goes with it.


All manufacturers are suffering massive cost increases at the moment. This is fact - we can bury our head in the sand and ignore it or accept it like adults (not aimed at you but Tescos)
If companies start to loose money they cut workforce = even worse situation.

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All manufacturers are suffering massive cost increases at the moment. … All manufacturers are suffering massive cost increases at the moment. This is fact - we can bury our head in the sand and ignore it or accept it like adults (not aimed at you but Tescos)If companies start to loose money they cut workforce = even worse situation.



Hard to feel sorry for Unilever when they're posting near £2 billion profits for the first half of 2016?
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