Cauliflowers 29p - ALDI Super Six - 9/19 April - Also for 29p - Parsnips, Leeks, White Potatoes, Carrots and Broccoli
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Cauliflowers 29p - ALDI Super Six - 9/19 April - Also for 29p - Parsnips, Leeks, White Potatoes, Carrots and Broccoli

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Found 4th Apr 2017
Shoppers have been encouraged to support British farmers because if the cauliflowers don’t sell, they will end up in the bins

29p each - available for 10 days

Update: This deal starts on SUNDAY 9th April (Not Thursday 6th)

Aldi currently sells 250,000 cauliflowers a week and expects to sell an additional 750,000

Read more: dailymail.co.uk/new…tml
Cauliflower recipes: dailymail.co.uk/fem…tml

Cauliflowers are Included in the Super Six 29p vegetable deals at Aldi from Sunday 9th April 'till Wednesday 19th April along with Parsnips, Leeks, White Potatoes, Carrots and Broccoli
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    Fantastic offers, thanks.
    Is this the hike in fresh vegetable prices they keep warning us about?
    This is a bargain, at this price how an people not afford to eat healthier hot hot hot
    Bargain soup. thank you op, heat added
    The Aldi Super 6 Deals currently in-store end on Saturday 8th April. Won't these Super 6 start when the current ones end?
    Yes these don't start till the weekend and run for slightly shorter than normal to bring the super 6 back around to the usual offer day.
    Edited by: "M4tt31" 4th Apr 2017
    A Super 6 that only has 5 items?

    Fab deal though! Thanks OP
    Thanks OP heat added.

    Bung it all in a pot add a couple of Veg Stocks and water, cheapest and nicest soup you'll ever have
    Original Poster
    I just assumed that they're part of the Super Six (now edited out of the description)

    These offers start from Thursday
    Correction: These offers start on Sunday 9th April and are the next Aldi Super Six


    Edited by: "jimmybo" 5th Apr 2017
    The British farmers are planning for a weekend start so the stores will be pretty empty.
    I have to say I have been disappointed in aldi and lidls cauliflowers. There is more leafs than cauli. They are also very small
    thanks for heads up ...appreciate it...
    urm now Cauli recipes to think abt.. urm
    cool. .heat added
    I adore cauliflower cheese however when I eat it my husband hates it........pfarrfff !!!!!!!
    Plus I agree with the above comment. Its actually cheap to eat a full on healthy diet there days...thanks mainly to Lidl and Aldi. No excuses
    Disco.Dave

    I have to say I have been disappointed in aldi and lidls cauliflowers. … I have to say I have been disappointed in aldi and lidls cauliflowers. There is more leafs than cauli. They are also very small



    I may have been lucky, but the caulis have been a good size from both Lidl and Aldi.
    Excellent! Best make room in the freezer for all the soups. So many variations to try.
    I bought 2 1 kg bags of Maris piper potatoes and 1kg of onions for. £1 yesterday from Morrisons,3 for £1 offer think carrots were included too.
    I like Aldi Fruit and Veg always good value and reasonably fresh. I havant been so lucky with Lidl, veg has been tired and they have overcharged me on several occasions,always a hassle unless you spot the mistake in store on the day at the till otherwise they wont do anything about it if pointed out on your following visit. For that reason I rarely shop at Lidl anymore, trust has gone.
    Cauliflower rice! Yum yum
    Brilliant find op, heat added. This will make a nice healthy lovely dinner specially cauliflower and cheese.
    Great getting mine Thursday tyyyyyy
    ty - HEAT!
    Aloo Gobi for all!
    Banned
    Very nice deals for these fresh, heat added.
    Original Poster
    The details in the National Press are incorrect (See deal details for link)

    This is the 29p Aldi Super Six deal starting on Sunday 9th April (Not Thursday 6th) and runs for 10 days
    Includes Cauliflower, Carrots, White Potatoes, Broccoli, Parsnips and Leeks
    Sorry for the confusion - I've updated the Deal Title with the correct dates
    what size bag are the potatoes are they the 2.5kg ones.
    SteveWeatherill

    Is this the hike in fresh vegetable prices they keep warning us about?



    FYI, the reason we're seeing this is that warm weather has caused a glut in the cauliflower and other vegetables supply as supermarkets usually import cauliflowers (and other vegetables) from Spain this time of year.

    Source: fruitnet.com/fpj…ate

    The fact that some vegetables are cheap do not mean the concerns of food prices rising are unwarranted. Food prices are rising rapidly since Brexit because of the pound slump. Your comment isn't clever, it's the equivalent of saying "global warming isn't real cause it's cold outside".

    Source: telegraph.co.uk/bus…ns/

    Edited by: "iamthebatman01" 5th Apr 2017
    Not just supporting farmers but showing hoelw good food can be got for cheap. Plenty of tasty meals can be made relatively easy so no excuse for people to eat junk all the time.
    Edited by: "decepticon_shadow" 5th Apr 2017
    iamthebatman01

    FYI, the reason we're seeing this is that warm weather has caused a glut … FYI, the reason we're seeing this is that warm weather has caused a glut in the cauliflower and other vegetables supply as supermarkets usually import cauliflowers (and other vegetables) from Spain this time of year.Source: http://www.fruitnet.com/fpj/article/171641/cauliflower-waste-concerns-spark-supply-debateThe fact that some vegetables are cheap do not mean the concerns of food prices rising are unwarranted. Food prices are rising rapidly since Brexit because of the pound slump. Your comment isn't clever, it's the equivalent of saying "global warming isn't real cause it's cold outside".Source: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/04/04/food-prices-rise-fastest-pace-three-years-inflation-returns/


    Strange as it may seem, food prices, along with prices of everything else, always change, generally in an upward direction, as do incomes. The only thing I can think of off hand that's fallen consistently and stayed low for an extended period is interest rates.
    As with all Brexit associated hysteria emanating from the remoaners, only time will tell. Short term fluctuations are no indicator of long term consequences.
    Vegetable price rises earlier in the year, primarily lettuce, cabbage and cauliflower, were caused by bad weather in Spain. Now unless you're saying the rain in Spain falls mainly due to Brexit, I think you need to wait and see.
    what a really good super 6 deal. i recently tried 'curried parsnip soup' for the first time. simply amazing it was too. And as for being on slimming world, this kind of deal will do nicely for making free & speedy soups as well as extra speed for our meals. Bravo lidl
    Fluff

    Aloo Gobi for all!


    Thanks, for reminding me about aloo gobhi. Cauliflower here I come.
    Recently discovered roast cauliflower, really simple and tasty. If you've not tried it, give it a go.
    SteveWeatherill

    Is this the hike in fresh vegetable prices they keep warning us about?



    This presumably relates to imported fresh veggies - of which there are many in the supermarkets. Also, if the UK farms lose their supply of min wage workers then UK sourced prices will go up too - perhaps the govt could force some of those Brits on the dole long term to actually work for their keep?
    SteveWeatherill

    Is this the hike in fresh vegetable prices they keep warning us about?



    Someone needs to learn the concept of loss-leaders in supermarkets.

    en.wikipedia.org/wik…der
    Edited by: "dean_brfc" 5th Apr 2017
    run for slightly shorter than normal to bring the super 6 back around to the usual offer day.http://agoodbook.top/5/o.png

    Shoppers have been encouraged to support British farmers because if the … Shoppers have been encouraged to support British farmers because if the cauliflowers don’t sell, they will end up in the bins



    But the farmers still sell them en masse to the supermarkets anyway, whether I eat them or they end up in a bin. Have you seen how much product supermarkets throw away, simply because farmers are growing more than the supermarkets can sell?
    KGorman

    A Super 6 that only has 5 items? ;)Fab deal though! Thanks OP


    I count 6
    Well I'm in France just now and prices are well up on previous years. Wonder what the French blame as you've no Brexit...
    gazandroy

    I count 6



    ​At the time of posting my comment there was only 5. Broccoli wasn't listed. So there is now 6.
    callumfraser4912

    Cauliflower rice! Yum yum


    I was thinking of trying cauliflower rice as the cauliflower glut has made them so cheap. Is it easy to do?
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