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Ginsters Original Large Cornish Pasty 227gm / Cornish Pasties 2Pk 260gm / Peppered Steak Slice 170gm £1.00 @ Morrisons
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Ginsters Original Large Cornish Pasty 227gm / Cornish Pasties 2Pk 260gm / Peppered Steak Slice 170gm £1.00 @ Morrisons

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Posted 21st Feb

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Excellent price for the nations favourite. I have also attached links to the other two products on offer. P.s. the offer for the Original Large Cornish pasty expires on the 23/02/20.

Product Description
The Nation's Favourite*
*IRI Infoscan Chilled Savoury Pastry 52we Jan 2016

It all started with our Cornish Pasty from our home in Cornwall since 1969
We're proud to use only 100% British farmed beef
We never add artificial ingredients (flavours, colours or preservatives)
We buy our veg locally from Hay Farm, Cornwall whenever we can

Our British Beef spends time out in the fields, when welfare requires they are housed indoors.

The Nation's Favourite*
*IRI Infoscan Chilled Savoury Pastry 52we Jan 2016

Facebook.com/gin…ers

100% British farmed beef, A taste of Cornwall, Genuine Cornish pasty - certification mark, Fresh veg from hay farm, No artificial preservatives, colours or flavours.

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These are often £1 - they then put them up for a little while so they can claim they are reduced again next time.

Not just Morrisons but all supermarkets do it and on many items - very misleading.

We should be asking why they keep putting the price up !
dc10021/02/2020 12:03

These are often £1 - they then put them up for a little while so they can …These are often £1 - they then put them up for a little while so they can claim they are reduced again next time.Not just Morrisons but all supermarkets do it and on many items - very misleading.We should be asking why they keep putting the price up !


Totally agree with you, but its the same with almost every product in the supermarket world !!! Lets enjoy while they say its on 'offer'.
The Steak and Ale one is £1 instore at Tesco
Nicer than Greggs
The cornish pasties are awesome if you heat them in an oven...

Just had a peppered steak slice however and discovered they now put potato in them!? For how long??
Be careful if you buy these from Asda when they say they are a quid as they can still go through at £1.70. Had it happen to me FOUR times now and when I complained to the same person on the third week she said the bar code was different on the pastie to that which was shown on the shelf. I said I don't care about the barcode, Ginsters only make one Cornish pastie at 227 grams so how come Asda have 2 bar codes for it.

I have tried for weeks now to get my wife to move from Asda. I personally think they are a misleading company and out to exploit the consumer from parting with their hard earned cash.

Bacon is full of water. I know longer fry my bacon, it is boiled
Anchor butter is £1 more than home bargains
Worcester sauce is £2.79 compared with £2 elsewhere
200 grams Nescafé is £2 more than home bargains

The list goes on and on. Asda price, my ####
Smartguy121/02/2020 20:35

Be careful if you buy these from Asda when they say they are a quid as …Be careful if you buy these from Asda when they say they are a quid as they can still go through at £1.70. Had it happen to me FOUR times now and when I complained to the same person on the third week she said the bar code was different on the pastie to that which was shown on the shelf. I said I don't care about the barcode, Ginsters only make one Cornish pastie at 227 grams so how come Asda have 2 bar codes for it. I have tried for weeks now to get my wife to move from Asda. I personally think they are a misleading company and out to exploit the consumer from parting with their hard earned cash.Bacon is full of water. I know longer fry my bacon, it is boiledAnchor butter is £1 more than home bargainsWorcester sauce is £2.79 compared with £2 elsewhere200 grams Nescafé is £2 more than home bargainsThe list goes on and on. Asda price, my ####



Didn't ASDA come bottom in the recent Which survey? I never shop there.
markjean23/02/2020 21:32

Didn't ASDA come bottom in the recent Which survey? I never shop there.


Not sure and I subscribe to Which. I wonder why Which never include Aldi or Lidl in their supermarket polls.
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