(From 31st July) Leerdammer Slices (Including Light Variety) 160G £1 @ Tesco
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(From 31st July) Leerdammer Slices (Including Light Variety) 160G £1 @ Tesco

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Hi edited your £1.90 NBP (next best price) as this is £1.50 at Morrison's currently and £1.80 at multiple other supermarkets.
My favourite cheese which doesn't taste strongly of cheese.
Nice.
This is my favourite cheese, massive heat (well, normal heat but you know what I mean.

Out of interest, how do you find out next week’s deals? I need coffee and none of my usuals are on offer this week.
I'm guessing the 28+ days on the cheese pic is not a correlation to 21 days this offer runs for.
You'd expect if it was a maturation guide, for the number of days, one way or the other, to be crucial to flavour. 28+ could mean 80 days, for example.
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TheAngryMob30/07/2019 21:25

I'm guessing the 28+ days on the cheese pic is not a correlation to 21 …I'm guessing the 28+ days on the cheese pic is not a correlation to 21 days this offer runs for.You'd expect if it was a maturation guide, for the number of days, one way or the other, to be crucial to flavour. 28+ could mean 80 days, for example.[Image]


In Tesco the date on produce is how long it stays fresh for. They do this rather than putting hard use by or best before dates on fruit, veg etc
ruanicolson30/07/2019 21:33

In Tesco the date on produce is how long it stays fresh for. They do this …In Tesco the date on produce is how long it stays fresh for. They do this rather than putting hard use by or best before dates on fruit, veg etc



Yet another great reason to dislike Tesco.
If they remove use by dates, we don't know which is freshest of those on display :/
TheAngryMob30/07/2019 22:06

Yet another great reason to dislike Tesco.If they remove use by dates, we …Yet another great reason to dislike Tesco.If they remove use by dates, we don't know which is freshest of those on display :/


Only on fruit. Obviously not on dairy etc
chocci31/07/2019 05:25

Only on fruit. Obviously not on dairy etc


@ruanicolson was incorrect then?

So, what does the 28+ denote on this product picture?
TheAngryMob31/07/2019 09:44

@ruanicolson was incorrect then?So, what does the 28+ denote on this …@ruanicolson was incorrect then?So, what does the 28+ denote on this product picture?


Means it has a use by date 28+ days in the future
chocci31/07/2019 12:40

Means it has a use by date 28+ days in the future


Kinda what I said though isn’t it? It denotes how long the produce is good for from the date you purchase it.

It helps with online because they can’t guarantee the use by date on milk and cheese etc as it will vary by batch. However it shows the customer a minimum time it’ll stay fresh for if you follow the storage instructions.

But what do I know, I only worked with Tesco when they were rolling this out
ruanicolson31/07/2019 15:03

Kinda what I said though isn’t it? It denotes how long the produce is good …Kinda what I said though isn’t it? It denotes how long the produce is good for from the date you purchase it. It helps with online because they can’t guarantee the use by date on milk and cheese etc as it will vary by batch. However it shows the customer a minimum time it’ll stay fresh for if you follow the storage instructions.But what do I know, I only worked with Tesco when they were rolling this out


I wasn't picking a fight. You spoke of dates, I was asking about the number thingy, and you used fruit and veg as examples.

38183699-71Mv0.jpgNow that you seem to be confirming it is a number used instead of a date bring used, and that it covers dairy (like this, instead of say flowers), I understand-ish.

Still sound a load of to me.

So, as soon as the 28+ sticker is no longer valid, it's removed, and replaced with a 14+ one, for example?

Or does that sticker only count on first day it's in-store, and 28-ish days later it gets reduced, etc?
TheAngryMob31/07/2019 15:37

I wasn't picking a fight. You spoke of dates, I was asking about the …I wasn't picking a fight. You spoke of dates, I was asking about the number thingy, and you used fruit and veg as examples.[Image] Now that you seem to be confirming it is a number used instead of a date bring used, and that it covers dairy (like this, instead of say flowers), I understand-ish.Still sound a load of to me.So, as soon as the 28+ sticker is no longer valid, it's removed, and replaced with a 14+ one, for example?Or does that sticker only count on first day it's in-store, and 28-ish days later it gets reduced, etc?


Lol

They don't put stickers on the products
ruanicolson31/07/2019 15:03

Kinda what I said though isn’t it? It denotes how long the produce is good …Kinda what I said though isn’t it? It denotes how long the produce is good for from the date you purchase it. It helps with online because they can’t guarantee the use by date on milk and cheese etc as it will vary by batch. However it shows the customer a minimum time it’ll stay fresh for if you follow the storage instructions.But what do I know, I only worked with Tesco when they were rolling this out




Yes, it's exactly what you said. Thought it was as clear as day
chocci31/07/2019 18:45

LolThey don't put stickers on the products


So, it's printed on the packaging? And remains saying 28+ days, until taken off sale, and dumped in bins with a month of juicy cheesy goodness remaining?
TheAngryMob31/07/2019 22:07

So, it's printed on the packaging? And remains saying 28+ days, until …So, it's printed on the packaging? And remains saying 28+ days, until taken off sale, and dumped in bins with a month of juicy cheesy goodness remaining?


Jeez, its an online only indicator! Eg,


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chocci01/08/2019 04:30

Jeez, its an online only indicator! Eg,[Image]


Ohhhhhhhhhhhh

So, it's just 'blocks' or a word that sounds much the same
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