Gelatelli İce cream  @ Lidl  £ 1.69 for 6
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Gelatelli İce cream @ Lidl £ 1.69 for 6

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Found 23rd Jul 2012
Gelatelli ice cream deal back ! this week. £1.69 for 6. and just 28p each and not much diffirent then magnum . classic,strawberry crips or choco crips avilable.Starts: 26/07/2012
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These yum ice creams were once £1 per box of 6 many moons ago, just like Magnums, even so £1.69 for 6 is excellent...... Mmmmm. Almond is best....8)8)
Edited by: "Powellski" 23rd Jul 2012
is it just me or do these sound like a scouse TV brand?:)
wooookie

Mmmmm. Almond is best....8)8)



I beg to differ.........................the strawberry ones are better
Lovely ice cream,heat added
These are lovely! Lots of almonds. Much better value than Magnum
Extremely cheap and somehow the nicest ice cream ever..this applies to their entire brand, you have to try it
Nice find, these are yummy!
Great find - love these and just in time for the hot weather! (as long as you eat them by Friday...)
Edited by: "davesherman" 24th Jul 2012
every lidl brand is 10x better than tesco/asda etc branded stuff
tesco and adsa branded food has become so bad now its almost muck
and i just cant eat it anymore

love these much better than magnums
Have to agree with everyone these are nicer than magnums and much cheaper. They are also the same size as magnum (120ml). Hot!
Just beautiful! and I don't even like almonds oO
Name sounds gelatine like, is it suitable for vegetarians
lol..had to read the title twice.thought it said "Gillette ice cream"...lol
These are nice. Good value
The almond ones tastes better than Magmum!
Not tried Lidl ice cream but judging by the comments I have been missing out. Will get some today, thanks OP and those who commented.
Are these just standard Ice Cream, or are they Gelato?
I'm guessing ice cream, but the name made me wonder. Gelato is normally more expesive, making it even more of a bargain!

Gelato is like ice-cream, but lower in fat..
worldoficecream.com/ice…htm

These are superb.Just as nice as Magnum. Been buying them for years. Voted "HOT".
AVANTIME

is it just me or do these sound like a scouse TV brand?:)


One thing I've noticed is a lot of these continental-sounding brands that Lidl sell are owned by them.

Just a few points: This is available from Thursday, and the ones in your picture there aren't in this offer, just the ones you mentioned in your post (Classic, Choc. crisp and white choc./strawberry). The almond ones are a different line.

Dunno if someone wants to change the picture...

EDIT: Or rather, they're not advertised as being in the offer, whether they are or not remains to be seen until Thursday. I'd expect they won't be, however.

mcuk

One thing I've noticed is a lot of these continental-sounding brands that … One thing I've noticed is a lot of these continental-sounding brands that Lidl sell are owned by them.


Wait, hang on, people actually think the "brands" sold at Lidl are real brands? If it's not a national brand (Pepsi, Walkers, etc.) then it's Lidl's own brand, all these Gelatelli, Winarom, Cimarosa, Cien things are just fronts for Lidl's own make products.

There isn't a factory out there with a Gelatelli logo on the side pumping out Magnum knock-offs. There's a factory with Lidl on the side pumping out Gelatelli, etc.

Edited by: "Latchem72" 24th Jul 2012
Latchem72

Wait, hang on, people actually think the "brands" sold at Lidl are real … Wait, hang on, people actually think the "brands" sold at Lidl are real brands? If it's not a national brand (Pepsi, Walkers, etc.) then it's Lidl's own brand, all these Gelatelli, Winarom, Cimarosa, Cien things are just fronts for Lidl's own make products. There isn't a factory out there with a Gelatelli logo on the side pumping out Magnum knock-offs. There's a factory with Lidl on the side pumping out Gelatelli, etc.


No need to get defensive. I like Lidl, I just assumed they imported brand names on the grey market, but much of it appears to be own-label products - they are just more subtle compared to other supermarkets.
mcuk

No need to get defensive. I like Lidl, I just assumed they imported brand … No need to get defensive. I like Lidl, I just assumed they imported brand names on the grey market, but much of it appears to be own-label products - they are just more subtle compared to other supermarkets.



Like Aldi and there "Norpak" margerine...

Like Aldi and there "Norpak" margerine



For all you Lurpak lovers, have any of you tried this Norpak, is it as good as Lurpak?
will try these, thankyou.
How much do these normally cost?
Naush

How much do these normally cost?


£1.99 for 6.
I always used to buy these over Magnum...
yummyQ
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