Blueberries at Aldi - 150g 89p or 350g £1.99
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Blueberries at Aldi - 150g 89p or 350g £1.99

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Found 13th Jul 2015
Aldi have reduced the price of their blueberry punnets, possibly in response to the Morrisons offer but now they're even cheaper! Great quality and typically last at least a week in my fridge before any loss in texture.

350g for £1.99 works out a very cheap 57p per 100g.

Found in Aldi Maypole but I would imagine this is a national deal.

21 Comments

Great price but i find there strawberries, rasberry and blueberries don't last very long

amzzzzyyyy

Great price but i find there strawberries, rasberry and blueberries … Great price but i find there strawberries, rasberry and blueberries don't last very long


Same as most fresh fruits
Edited by: "7777777" 14th Jul 2015

Don't last long in our house either....scoffed

Personally I find fruit from Aldi doesn't last as long as most supermarkets and is often smaller, poorer quality and around the same price. Morrison price match Aldi through the match and more card but even without this I'd buy from morrisons as the quality is better. This is just my opinion so can the Aldi converts not bother posting back to me because I don't have time to check replies.

We bought from them for years but have now stopped. We get more for our money from Asda and the fruit and veg doesn't end up in the bin.

Not the superfood people are led to believe,better off buying blackcurrants according to a recent TV program and about a third of the price.

Skybird

Not the superfood people are led to believe,better off buying … Not the superfood people are led to believe,better off buying blackcurrants according to a recent TV program and about a third of the price.



But they taste good and that's what gets them in my shopping basket

Skybird

Not the superfood people are led to believe,better off buying … Not the superfood people are led to believe,better off buying blackcurrants according to a recent TV program and about a third of the price.



I have to admit that society tends to eat stuff because its good for you in one way or another... Where are the good old days gone when people just ate because they liked it? I accept that a lot of foods 'are' bad for you but this is un-processed fruit!

If you enjoy, eat!

ninjin

I have to admit that society tends to eat stuff because its good for you … I have to admit that society tends to eat stuff because its good for you in one way or another... Where are the good old days gone when people just ate because they liked it? I accept that a lot of foods 'are' bad for you but this is un-processed fruit! If you enjoy, eat!




If we were all getting the nutrients we needed in our diets, I don't think it would be as much of an issue. But we're not, which is why having at least some "superfoods" is so important.

Blueberry Muffins :-)

adamcb

Personally I find fruit from Aldi doesn't last as long as most … Personally I find fruit from Aldi doesn't last as long as most supermarkets and is often smaller, poorer quality and around the same price. Morrison price match Aldi through the match and more card but even without this I'd buy from morrisons as the quality is better. This is just my opinion so can the Aldi converts not bother posting back to me because I don't have time to check replies.


The best sign fruits are fresh and less genetically modified or chemically treated is to see them go off quickly and smaller in size.
This is not a comment defending Aldi, but fruits in general.
The blueberries and strawberries I used to eat as a kid and that actualy had some taste where all very small, and did go off quickly.
Now I can buy a tomato that has been chemically treated and it will last for ever... no thanks.

Aldi do however have some of the best tomatoes compared to any other super market. They are small and unimpressive for the type of person that I replied to.

Skybird

Not the superfood people are led to believe,better off buying … Not the superfood people are led to believe,better off buying blackcurrants according to a recent TV program and about a third of the price.


What a weird comment, they where right there at the top, just not on the first place.
If you only want to eat a fruit that takes the 1st place in some sort of top, it is your choice, but nobody said they think this is a super food, so your post is a bit surprising.

adamcb

Personally I find fruit from Aldi doesn't last as long as most … Personally I find fruit from Aldi doesn't last as long as most supermarkets and is often smaller, poorer quality and around the same price. Morrison price match Aldi through the match and more card but even without this I'd buy from morrisons as the quality is better. This is just my opinion so can the Aldi converts not bother posting back to me because I don't have time to check replies.



Replied purely to annoy you

Love Blueberry season. My favourite berries and they're a heck of a lot cheaper in peak season.

Zzzzzz. Only read the first few words but got the gist of what you were saying. The sign that fruit and veg going off quickly gives to me is that it is short dated and not as fresh as it should be when it gets on the shelf. It doesn't take many brain cells to know that fruit and veg should easily last more than a few days. End of

MaximusRo

The best sign fruits are fresh and less genetically modified or … The best sign fruits are fresh and less genetically modified or chemically treated is to see them go off quickly and smaller in size.This is not a comment defending Aldi, but fruits in general. The blueberries and strawberries I used to eat as a kid and that actualy had some taste where all very small, and did go off quickly. Now I can buy a tomato that has been chemically treated and it will last for ever... no thanks.Aldi do however have some of the best tomatoes compared to any other super market. They are small and unimpressive for the type of person that I replied to.



Just read the rest as I was curious and as I expected more drivel about Aldi. Having tried tomatoes from Aldi I know that they were the most tasteless I have tried from any supermarket and this only backs up my first impression that you clearly talk rubbish. Goodbye have a nice day. Bored

Judging by the Food scares and scandals, Fresh, Frozen or Processed food, will have either been,
reprocessed and reshaped, modified, enriched, injected and sprayed with a delicious range of mystery ingedients
Lovely............

supermarket fruit can be upto two years old!

An excellent fruit for the immunity system, full of vitamins and antioxidants and supposed to be even more effective when eaten with the 'good bacteria' contained in most yoghurts according to research. More importantly, they taste pretty good too.

Last time I was in Aldi I looked at the blueberries. Tiny little fruits. no thanks.

smaller is better for blueberrys. in fact for most fruit and veg smaller is better.
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