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Brussels Sprouts - 1p @ Tesco (Romford)
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Brussels Sprouts - 1p @ Tesco (Romford)

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Posted 3rd JanAvailable: East of England (Essex)

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This is at Tesco Extra in Romford, Essex.
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Why not just give them to the local food bank for free?
from a deal point of view, fantastic.
Heat for Romford, cold for sprouts 💨💨💨
Shoid03/01/2020 15:30

Why not just give them to the local food bank for free?from a deal point …Why not just give them to the local food bank for free?from a deal point of view, fantastic.


So poor people can put them in the bin instead.
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Heat for Romford, cold for sprouts 💨💨💨
Sprouts... Yum!
Plenty of big bassy farts brewing from that big ol' pile of sprouts.
Gorgeous
Why not just give them to the local food bank for free?
from a deal point of view, fantastic.
Wish i had a freezer big enough. Love sprouts. Not to worry, easter veg offers in a few months
Got a drawer full of blanched sprouts in our freezer from the Xmas 19p offer. Love sprouts I just wish they liked me more...and the ozone layer.
Edited by: "bellboys" 3rd Jan
Will someone buy the damn sprouts please they look so lonely
These are ideal to donate to food banks as they come with free heating !
Shoid03/01/2020 15:30

Why not just give them to the local food bank for free?from a deal point …Why not just give them to the local food bank for free?from a deal point of view, fantastic.


So poor people can put them in the bin instead.
Um they should just give them away for free... like ASDA did more than a week ago
I wonder if POTUS likes sprouts
Nothing beats a plate of budgie heads and monkey brains.......mmmm.

A vegan feast!

(Sprouts and walnuts)
Still not cheap enough for me to go near them
Shoid03/01/2020 15:30

Why not just give them to the local food bank for free?from a deal point …Why not just give them to the local food bank for free?from a deal point of view, fantastic.


They will all go to a food bank if they dont sell
Oosed....HEAT
Feel like similar deals will keep sprouting up
Shoid03/01/2020 15:30

Why not just give them to the local food bank for free?from a deal point …Why not just give them to the local food bank for free?from a deal point of view, fantastic.


A mass of perishable fresh veg that few people really eat. That's a storage and disposal nightmare.
Which Romford branch, Gallows Corner or Roneo Corner?
dealpickle03/01/2020 22:05

Which Romford branch, Gallows Corner or Roneo Corner?


Gallows Corner mate
UA202303/01/2020 16:38

Um they should just give them away for free... like ASDA did more than a …Um they should just give them away for free... like ASDA did more than a week ago


Why should they? and isnt 1p basically free anyway?
Pot Noodles, Stella, iPhones, Sky Sports and Ciggies are the desired items the food bank brigade base their diet on, not fresh vegetables.
UA202303/01/2020 16:38

Um they should just give them away for free... like ASDA did more than a …Um they should just give them away for free... like ASDA did more than a week ago


some people will take anything for free-- charging a penny will be more likely people who will want them I guess ?

annoys me all the plastic waste- they acted like it was the consumer wasting carrier bags but this shows how much waste they create
What to do with these, a Brussels sprouts curry?
SABJ04/01/2020 08:54

some people will take anything for free-- charging a penny will be more …some people will take anything for free-- charging a penny will be more likely people who will want them I guess ? annoys me all the plastic waste- they acted like it was the consumer wasting carrier bags but this shows how much waste they create


True. It’s unlikely many people would take home out of date Brussels sprouts anyways, but charging a penny means less will go to homes and more to waste.

Sawb04/01/2020 00:54

Why should they? and isnt 1p basically free anyway?


I guess. Just seems like Tesco have waited for these to go completely off before reducing their price to a penny. Had they done that in the days just after Christmas, less of them would go to waste.
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