Granulated Sugar 1kg - 39p @ Aldi
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Granulated Sugar 1kg - 39p @ Aldi

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Found 20th Oct 2015
Probably about the cheapest I've seen a kilo of sugar.
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been this price for at least a month. may have been posted on here before , but worth mentioning again .
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bullerbug

been this price for at least a month. may have been posted on here before … been this price for at least a month. may have been posted on here before , but worth mentioning again .



Could see it posted about a month ago for Lidi, but not Aldi. Have not noticed it in our local at this price before, but I could be wrong.
Wish we had an Aldi
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daffers

Wish we had an Aldi



Was talking to the manager in our regular Aldi today, it's become to popular they are opening another two stores. We already have two and there are quite a few in surrounding town! Seems like they are expanding quite a lot, maybe you will get one in the future
moneysavingkitten

Was talking to the manager in our regular Aldi today, it's become to … Was talking to the manager in our regular Aldi today, it's become to popular they are opening another two stores. We already have two and there are quite a few in surrounding town! Seems like they are expanding quite a lot, maybe you will get one in the future


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OldEnglish



LOL owww, I was trying to be positive not rub it in! Now if they would only open one in the middle of town
moneysavingkitten

LOL owww, I was trying to be positive not rub it in! Now if they … LOL owww, I was trying to be positive not rub it in! Now if they would only open one in the middle of town


We've only got three in a 2 mile radius.
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OldEnglish

We've only got three in a 2 mile radius.



LOL do you have one in walking distance? That truly is living the dream
moneysavingkitten

LOL do you have one in walking distance? That truly is living the … LOL do you have one in walking distance? That truly is living the dream


As it happens. Yes i have. X)
It's 49 at my Local Aldi yesterday. But got it @Lidl for 39p.
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bargain1girl

It's 49 at my Local Aldi yesterday. But got it @Lidl for 39p.



Not sure when it went on offer, but it is 39p on mysupermarket, so I would hope it is national.
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OldEnglish

As it happens. Yes i have. X)



So, so envious!
tate n lyle??? if u can afford it dont feed german economy!!!!!!
spold86

tate n lyle??? if u can afford it dont feed german economy!!!!!!



You just can't trust what the Germans might hide inside their products. Just look at VW!
Sweet
EveshamLad

You just can't trust what the Germans might hide inside their products. … You just can't trust what the Germans might hide inside their products. Just look at VW!


2shey!!!
spold86

tate n lyle??? if u can afford it dont feed german economy!!!!!!



Yes don't buy a product from a UK store subject to UK VAT from a UK based business employing UK staff and paying UK corporation tax and business rates because it supports the German economy.

Chances are you posted this from a device produced in China...
Sweeeet
moneysavingkitten

So, so envious!




H'mmm theoretically pretty much all of the population live within "walking" distance of an Aldi store there's no law against how far you can walk
yrreb88

Yes don't buy a product from a UK store subject to UK VAT from a UK based … Yes don't buy a product from a UK store subject to UK VAT from a UK based business employing UK staff and paying UK corporation tax and business rates because it supports the German economy. ;)Chances are you posted this from a device produced in China...


Bush smart Tv english? i think so!!!
"Bush is a British consumer electronics brand owned by Home Retail Group"
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arch68

H'mmm theoretically pretty much all of the population live within … H'mmm theoretically pretty much all of the population live within "walking" distance of an Aldi store there's no law against how far you can walk



Tru dat. I'll re-pharse it, distance I can be ars*d to walk when I want a pint of milk
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thewongwing101

Still 49p in the one Aldi(within a 15 mile radius) here when I checked … Still 49p in the one Aldi(within a 15 mile radius) here when I checked yesterdaykeep forgetting to check in Lidl The reason the price has fallen so much is new refinery's openingjust had a quick google and it looks like it might go back up a little due to crop failure



Sounds like now might be the time to stock up then!

Funny thing is, I don't use granulated sugar X) Well unless I am making marmalade and that happens about once every 5 years. I have a bag in the cupboard, but I can't remember what I last used it for.
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spold86

Bush smart Tv english? i think so!!!



Doubt it, might have a Bush badge on it but the insides will be made in the far east.
moneysavingkitten

Sounds like now might be the time to stock up then!Funny thing is, I … Sounds like now might be the time to stock up then!Funny thing is, I don't use granulated sugar X) Well unless I am making marmalade and that happens about once every 5 years. I have a bag in the cupboard, but I can't remember what I last used it for.


Maybe will if I can find it at this price a bit
what do you use for breadmaking then ?
I put a teaspoon in my stewed fruit I have for breakfast 3 or 4 times a week
and then there is the wine making...........
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thewongwing101

Maybe will if I can find it at this price a bitwhat do you use for … Maybe will if I can find it at this price a bitwhat do you use for breadmaking then ?I put a teaspoon in my stewed fruit I have for breakfast 3 or 4 times a weekand then there is the wine making...........



Ahhhh! Yes! That probably is the last thing I used it for, bread I haven't made a loaf for a while though. Keep meaning to.
moneysavingkitten

Ahhhh! Yes! That probably is the last thing I used it for, bread I … Ahhhh! Yes! That probably is the last thing I used it for, bread I haven't made a loaf for a while though. Keep meaning to.


Running low on baking supplies all round here off to check when Tesco might have the promos on
moneysavingkitten

Was talking to the manager in our regular Aldi today, it's become to … Was talking to the manager in our regular Aldi today, it's become to popular they are opening another two stores. We already have two and there are quite a few in surrounding town! Seems like they are expanding quite a lot, maybe you will get one in the future



Yes in the meantime destroying local independent retailers. There must be about 6 in our town I used to do the odd shop there when we had one store but now I avoid Aldi like the plague
yrreb88

Yes don't buy a product from a UK store subject to UK VAT from a UK based … Yes don't buy a product from a UK store subject to UK VAT from a UK based business employing UK staff and paying UK corporation tax and business rates because it supports the German economy. ;)Chances are you posted this from a device produced in China...



Yes they may employ people in the UK but how many have lost their jobs due to aggressive expansion plans such as the closure and reduced turnover of independent retailers. Aldi also employ low numbers of staff per store when compared to British supermarkets
Soon sugar will be free lol
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adamcb

Yes in the meantime destroying local independent retailers. There must … Yes in the meantime destroying local independent retailers. There must be about 6 in our town I used to do the odd shop there when we had one store but now I avoid Aldi like the plague



Are you posting this from 1980? We barely had any independent retailers before they opened and the people they have hurt most here is Tesco and Sainsbury's.

The independents we do have left aren't threatened by them because they offer something totally different.
Thanks op, I do lots of baking, always ignore 'caster sugar' in recipes, use ordinary. Have been put off going into local Aldi since they had an armed robbery, but am over it now, ha, after I joined the bun fight for the caviar face cream the other week
I stocked up a couple of weeks ago on my last bag now,time to get some more before they put the price up.
OldEnglish

As it happens. Yes i have. X)



Awww
adamcb

Yes they may employ people in the UK but how many have lost their jobs … Yes they may employ people in the UK but how many have lost their jobs due to aggressive expansion plans such as the closure and reduced turnover of independent retailers. Aldi also employ low numbers of staff per store when compared to British supermarkets



You can apply that logic to all businesses never mind supermarkets. I think we all know the main culprit of what you are suggesting is the expansion of tesco express. The other supermarkets including normal tesco stores, are not far behind in being responsible but this is capitalism and a free market at work. To attribute what you are suggesting to Aldi alone when it has a much smaller market share doesn't make sense.

Aldi employ small numbers of staff? Yes because there are fewer stores and they have a smaller market share. Again the point you are making applies to all businesses including independents and supermarkets, they all want to employ as few staff as possible.
Enjoy it before the sugar tax!
yrreb88

You can apply that logic to all businesses never mind supermarkets. I … You can apply that logic to all businesses never mind supermarkets. I think we all know the main culprit of what you are suggesting is the expansion of tesco express. The other supermarkets including normal tesco stores, are not far behind in being responsible but this is capitalism and a free market at work. To attribute what you are suggesting to Aldi alone when it has a much smaller market share doesn't make sense. Aldi employ small numbers of staff? Yes because there are fewer stores and they have a smaller market share. Again the point you are making applies to all businesses including independents and supermarkets, they all want to employ as few staff as possible.



Adamcb=jase99, post the same drivel consistently, anti-Aldi and Lidl, ass kissing Morrisons and Tesco
well technically it's imported so the government cannot tax it. I should know I'm a law student
Back down to this price
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