Best Lurpak butter at the COOP 2 X 250G for £3 or super price £2.70
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Best Lurpak butter at the COOP 2 X 250G for £3 or super price £2.70

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Best Lurpak butter at the COOP 2 X 250G for £3 or super price £2.70. To get the super price use your NUS extra card minus 10% (30p) block of butter £1.35
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Anyone else stunned how much the price of butter has increased in the last few months? Its gone up about 50%!
bangorgeoff10 m ago

get golden butter real, Irish example. that butter is no cream


Pardon?!
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get golden butter real, Irish example. that butter is no cream
bangorgeoff10 m ago

get golden butter real, Irish example. that butter is no cream


Pardon?!
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compadre5 m ago

Pardon?!


golden butter, this not
Can't get NUS discounts round these parts
bangorgeoff4th Feb

get golden butter real, Irish example. that butter is no cream


President???
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mRActivate81 m ago

President???


butter if good is no look like LARD this does
bangorgeoff6 m ago

butter if good is no look like LARD this does

Strangely, I go by flavour not colour. Much prefer most French or lurpak to yellow butter.
bangorgeoff22 m ago

butter if good is no look like LARD this does


have you got a name for butter or you stuck at the so called golden colour.
I just need one.
Can someone please post a direct link
Anyone else stunned how much the price of butter has increased in the last few months? Its gone up about 50%!
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stebaird23 m ago

Anyone else stunned how much the price of butter has increased in the last …Anyone else stunned how much the price of butter has increased in the last few months? Its gone up about 50%!

Just as stunned as I was on the 24th June 2016
Lovely.
What the heck is bangorgeoff taking about colour for, Its taste not the colour ! Thick?
Is the unsalted version the same price?
Rubbish price
Thank you
Buckyball1 h, 40 m ago

Rubbish price


Really, please post where it is cheaper. Certainly not at Lidl, Tesco, Asda, Morrisons...
llanyrafonladies3 h, 48 m ago

What the heck is bangorgeoff taking about colour for, Its taste not the …What the heck is bangorgeoff taking about colour for, Its taste not the colour ! Thick?


If his username is any clue I very sadly think he is holding true to the stereotype.
He' s trying to say that real butter colour is gold not the white one we are buying today in supermarkets
Am confused now
Good, this thread. I think. Is, expert, I am. Butter, purchaser on from now.
stebaird9 h, 10 m ago

Anyone else stunned how much the price of butter has increased in the last …Anyone else stunned how much the price of butter has increased in the last few months? Its gone up about 50%!


Yep. Due to an EU-wide production shortage.

Basically, Russia banned EU diary products. It imported a fair amount of EU diary (30%+). This essentially dumped a ton of diary products in the EU which made it all super cheap a few years back (I think it was 85p for a 250g block of butter). So the EU intervened, and got it completely wrong. Now we have an under production which has pretty much doubled the price of the likes of Butter.
squiby8 h, 56 m ago

Just as stunned as I was on the 24th June 2016



squiby8 h, 56 m ago

Just as stunned as I was on the 24th June 2016


Completely irrelevant and unrelated comment, as per usual (but pretty much expected).

EU issue, nothing to do with Britain voting to leave the EU.

Hence why... In France's biggest supermarket..

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French Butter (Made in France) is equally/if not more expensive. (£1.80/2.04EUR).
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Suin1 m ago

[Image] The best Real Butter


love it, is real and cream and say, GOLDEN in real taste
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cheap crap from Europe, get real Irish, Northern Irish UK
britboy289 h, 30 m ago

Yep. Due to an EU-wide production shortage.Basically, Russia banned EU …Yep. Due to an EU-wide production shortage.Basically, Russia banned EU diary products. It imported a fair amount of EU diary (30%+). This essentially dumped a ton of diary products in the EU which made it all super cheap a few years back (I think it was 85p for a 250g block of butter). So the EU intervened, and got it completely wrong. Now we have an under production which has pretty much doubled the price of the likes of Butter.


More people are enjoying the benefits of drinking whole milk & eating butter now.
So there's less butterfat "spare" from skimmed milk to make into butter & cream.
Whole milk is only ~4% butterfat.

The price increase is purely down to supply+demand.
It's starting to ease a little now though!
login.name12 h, 24 m ago

Good, this thread. I think. Is, expert, I am. Butter, purchaser on from …Good, this thread. I think. Is, expert, I am. Butter, purchaser on from now.


Hmm the force is strong with this one.
Give this a steer, and buy British. Bods forever buying foreign tat and then complaining jobs are going.
SUPPORT BRITISH FARMERS
squiby23 h, 29 m ago

Just as stunned as I was on the 24th June 2016


Yawn. The price of butter is nothing whatsoever to do with Brexit. It’s gone up by that much around the world. It’s to do with a major shortage of the part of milk that makes butter. Keep blaming it on Brexit though.
britboy2814 h, 43 m ago

Yep. Due to an EU-wide production shortage.Basically, Russia banned EU …Yep. Due to an EU-wide production shortage.Basically, Russia banned EU diary products. It imported a fair amount of EU diary (30%+). This essentially dumped a ton of diary products in the EU which made it all super cheap a few years back (I think it was 85p for a 250g block of butter). So the EU intervened, and got it completely wrong. Now we have an under production which has pretty much doubled the price of the likes of Butter.


Butter prices have gone up worldwide. Not just the EU. I have family in Australia and the prices there have doubled.
Lurpak is like Anchor - made by Arla. It's NOT butter! It's the same as the cheapest butter you can find unbranded - LOOK at the label and read the ingredients when buying butter. Majority will be 82 per cent butter. That's NOT butter, real butter is Irish or imo CORNISH or DEVON. Take Trewithen Cornish Butter (ALDI sell it too!) it's 92.2 per cent BUTTER! Not 80 or around that figure.

The scared of 'fat'... arghhh 'fat!' brigade won't eat it, but that's probably because they are obese from eating anything but butter, they'd rather eat 'spreads' - oh dear, have you read the ingredients list in a spread? Ugh! It's as long as your arm! People have been scared to death of 'fat' since so-called 'healthy eating' began about 20 odd years ago and what has happened since people have been put off of 'fat'? They've all got fatter! Isn't that funny. You couldn't make it up.
Anchor butter is no longer from NZ, it's made by Arla. Think about it, would you pay a premium price for Lurpak or Anchor if it said 'Arla Butter'? Of course you wouldn't, but that is exactly what you are doing.
If you like butter, and I mean 'real' butter, pop into Aldi and get some Trewithen Cornish Butter and see what you've been missing. And you'll have some change to put back in your pocket. It's gone up (like all butter - nothing to do with Brexit. At all!) but not by a lot. Try it and then realise how you have been brainwashed. My neighbour swears by Anchor and still thinks it comes from New Zealand. Idiot. But then he moans about everything including Brexit. He voted Remain.
What a surprise!


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Edited by: "jnigel26" 5th Feb
Lurpak is made in Denmark,Anchor is made in Wiltshire.
jnigel264 h, 10 m ago

Lurpak is like Anchor - made by Arla. It's NOT butter! It's the same as …Lurpak is like Anchor - made by Arla. It's NOT butter! It's the same as the cheapest butter you can find unbranded - LOOK at the label and read the ingredients when buying butter. Majority will be 82 per cent butter. That's NOT butter, real butter is Irish or imo CORNISH or DEVON. Take Trewithen Cornish Butter (ALDI sell it too!) it's 92.2 per cent BUTTER! Not 80 or around that figure.The scared of 'fat'... arghhh 'fat!' brigade won't eat it, but that's probably because they are obese from eating anything but butter, they'd rather eat 'spreads' - oh dear, have you read the ingredients list in a spread? Ugh! It's as long as your arm! People have been scared to death of 'fat' since so-called 'healthy eating' began about 20 odd years ago and what has happened since people have been put off of 'fat'? They've all got fatter! Isn't that funny. You couldn't make it up.Anchor butter is no longer from NZ, it's made by Arla. Think about it, would you pay a premium price for Lurpak or Anchor if it said 'Arla Butter'? Of course you wouldn't, but that is exactly what you are doing. If you like butter, and I mean 'real' butter, pop into Aldi and get some Trewithen Cornish Butter and see what you've been missing. And you'll have some change to put back in your pocket. It's gone up (like all butter - nothing to do with Brexit. At all!) but not by a lot. Try it and then realise how you have been brainwashed. My neighbour swears by Anchor and still thinks it comes from New Zealand. Idiot. But then he moans about everything including Brexit. He voted Remain. What a surprise! [Image]


How about getting it right Trewithen is made with cow's milk and salt, and contains 80% fat. Just the same as all premium butters. You may like it, but it contains most of the same stuff as all butters. Of course butters do taste differently, but that's just what you prefer. Of course. If you want more fat forgo the salt and fat content rises to circa 82%.
Edited by: "compadre" 6th Feb
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