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British Potatoes £1.29 for 5Kg at Aldi (under 26p per KG)
British Potatoes £1.29 for 5Kg at Aldi (under 26p per KG)

British Potatoes £1.29 for 5Kg at Aldi (under 26p per KG)

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Was going to Mash them, but they went on strike. Obviously British. The generally available best price is £1 for a 2.5KG bag works out at 40p per KG.

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Original Poster

It was a reference to being British and striking, which of course isn't true. (Bearing in mind what the poor pubic workers were forced to do yesterday in response the the Government breaking longstanding contracts with their employees). Hope this helps, sorry it wasn't a good joke but potatoes don't really strike.

Gonna get a bag so i can through them at some of the 300k a year union fat cats. (_;)

Flombard

Do you mean throw? If so try lobbing a few at the owners of The Sun, … Do you mean throw? If so try lobbing a few at the owners of The Sun, Daily Mail and Telegraph all tax exiles


Yep, throw em.X)

Original Poster

Rather you threw them at the top 100 directors who again awarded themselves a wopping 49% pay rise this year. Public workers are also on a pay freeze for 2 years meaning a 10% pay cut (inflation being 5%), never mind their pensions. Were all in this together my A*se.

Potato politics!

Best thing about Aldi? People loading their cars with M&S bags thinking they are posh

I get 25 kg of top quality maris pipers from my local farm shop for £6.

Bu5ter

Best thing about Aldi? People loading their cars with M&S bags thinking … Best thing about Aldi? People loading their cars with M&S bags thinking they are posh



People with Marks & Spencer carrier bags that shop at Aldi think they're posh. That's an interesting hypothesis, but, ...eerrrr, NO! Incidentally, what about people like me that Use an Aldi bag for shopping at Marks & Spencer? Waitrose carrier bags are better for Aldi as they are Free by comparison.

There's no shame in shopping at Aldi. Although the British press regard them as a 'discounter' their quality - value yield is frankly second to none. I'm tired of the relatively poorer quality and higher prices of Tesco, Asda and Morrisons in particular.

scratch1964

People with Marks & Spencer carrier bags that shop at Aldi think they're … People with Marks & Spencer carrier bags that shop at Aldi think they're posh. That's an interesting hypothesis, but, ...eerrrr, NO! Incidentally, what about people like me that Use an Aldi bag for shopping at Marks & Spencer? Waitrose carrier bags are better for Aldi as they are Free by comparison.There's no shame in shopping at Aldi. Although the British press regard them as a 'discounter' their quality - value yield is frankly second to none. I'm tired of the relatively poorer quality and higher prices of Tesco, Asda and Morrisons in particular.



Morrisons is expensive but you simply can't get better beef at any other supermarket. FACT

rather buy meat from aldi morrisons meat is the equivalent to chewing leather

shadowdogg

Morrisons is expensive but you simply can't get better beef at any other … Morrisons is expensive but you simply can't get better beef at any other supermarket. FACT



That's very subjective. However, I do agree that some of their meat products are quite good. I also find their fresh bakery and produce lines to be notably better than Tesco and Asda too. It's the cheap and nasty brands that Morrisons sells for high prices which lets it down (E.g. Rathbones bread, Patterson's shortbread, etc). Morrisons also have relatively poor ranges of goods such as fresh coffee beans, Olive oil, baking ingredients, etc, but they do excel with Asian foods, deslicatessen cheese/olives/pates/etc (again fresh ingredients).

I won't shop at Tesco or Asda out of choice and won't go out of my way for Morrisons either. I prefer the quality of Sainsbury's, Waitrose, Coop or Aldi. The Waitrose essentials range gives great value for money. Certain products are better than the Tesco finest as I remember it, and cheaper too.

I find that per £1 spent I get better overall value and quality at Aldi than anywhere else.

25kg of Maris piper at my local market for £2.99. Lasted us 2 months and fresh right to the end.
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