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Jacks 4 cans of Diet Lemonade 47p at Tesco

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Great deal, a rare lemonade that actually tastes great.
That's what I call a deal
TANDY20/06/2019 13:02

Great deal, a rare lemonade that actually tastes great.


try aldi 2 litre diet lemonade for 17p,tastes very good like a premium brand
Yup in my local too
ADDYA20/06/2019 15:42

try aldi 2 litre diet lemonade for 17p,tastes very good like a premium …try aldi 2 litre diet lemonade for 17p,tastes very good like a premium brand


yeah and their Rolls Royce one too for 33p is lush
ill get some of these though for my lager shandys
Thanks nando
themachman20/06/2019 20:13

yeah and their Rolls Royce one too for 33p is lush ill get some of these …yeah and their Rolls Royce one too for 33p is lush ill get some of these though for my lager shandys Thanks nando


ADDYA20/06/2019 15:42

try aldi 2 litre diet lemonade for 17p,tastes very good like a premium …try aldi 2 litre diet lemonade for 17p,tastes very good like a premium brand


Ditto. I try to be eco but the sodastream is 20p/L just for the gas and aldi is 9p/L for lemonade. plastic bottled tap water is more expensive in Aldi. why oh why to people buy water from a supermarket?
Edited by: "HerefordCiderApples" 20th Jun
The Jacks branding Is just a name change from tesco value. Now most tesco value items have been re-branded to jacks or mollys
Apple_Revolution21/06/2019 01:34

The Jacks branding Is just a name change from tesco value. Now most tesco …The Jacks branding Is just a name change from tesco value. Now most tesco value items have been re-branded to jacks or mollys


The jacks branding is actually separate to Tesco stores it’s part of a discount subsidiary that Tesco own. I believe some of the products from the jacks discount chain were stocked in most stores as part of the 100th anniversary Tesco promotion. Tesco value lemonade is actually sold under their new own label Stockwell & Co, cakes biscuits and desserts are sold under Molly’s and household products are sold under SpringForce.
HerefordCiderApples20/06/2019 23:45

Ditto. I try to be eco but the sodastream is 20p/L just for the gas and …Ditto. I try to be eco but the sodastream is 20p/L just for the gas and aldi is 9p/L for lemonade. plastic bottled tap water is more expensive in Aldi. why oh why to people buy water from a supermarket?


Aldi only sell spring water in the UK - do you stay elsewhere or just too much Scrumpy Jack again?
wildecat24/06/2019 17:57

Aldi only sell spring water in the UK - do you stay elsewhere or just too …Aldi only sell spring water in the UK - do you stay elsewhere or just too much Scrumpy Jack again?


Where is this mysterious spring that Aldi bottle their "premium spring water"?

Peckham?

Biggest con job in the last 30 years, spring is no different to a river or reservoir, a spring is just where the water table is higher than the ground and the water erupts. Total waste of plastic as the water in the bottles will be less clean than tap water
Edited by: "HerefordCiderApples" 24th Jun
Gone
HerefordCiderApples20/06/2019 23:45

Ditto. I try to be eco but the sodastream is 20p/L just for the gas and …Ditto. I try to be eco but the sodastream is 20p/L just for the gas and aldi is 9p/L for lemonade. plastic bottled tap water is more expensive in Aldi. why oh why to people buy water from a supermarket?


I buy bottled water from the supermarket. Tastes better than the tap and really handy to have some 500ml bottles in the fridge ready to grab and go.
lidds26/06/2019 10:57

I buy bottled water from the supermarket. Tastes better than the tap and …I buy bottled water from the supermarket. Tastes better than the tap and really handy to have some 500ml bottles in the fridge ready to grab and go.


It won't be long before it's banned or taxed like carrier bags. Sooner the better
HerefordCiderApples26/06/2019 11:46

It won't be long before it's banned or taxed like carrier bags. Sooner the …It won't be long before it's banned or taxed like carrier bags. Sooner the better


Saying they will be banned is a bit far fetched and will never happen in the next 5-10 years. I think some sort of bottle deposit scheme would be brilliant. I do recycle at the moment. But would be more than happy to pay £0.10 extra a bottle and get it refunded
lidds26/06/2019 11:48

Saying they will be banned is a bit far fetched and will never happen in …Saying they will be banned is a bit far fetched and will never happen in the next 5-10 years. I think some sort of bottle deposit scheme would be brilliant. I do recycle at the moment. But would be more than happy to pay £0.10 extra a bottle and get it refunded


I personally wouldn't for my childrens sake and it's not far fetched at all. Look at plastic straws, cotton buds etc.
The single use plastic bottles could be reduced to zero instantly if ill informed people stopped buying them, it's H2o the same as in the tap, if you don't like the taste of tap water leave it in a bottle in the fridge and the chlorine (it's a gas to keep the water safe) will escape.
lidds26/06/2019 10:57

I buy bottled water from the supermarket. Tastes better than the tap and …I buy bottled water from the supermarket. Tastes better than the tap and really handy to have some 500ml bottles in the fridge ready to grab and go.


And people wonder why our planet has a rubbish problem
tomwatts26/06/2019 15:31

And people wonder why our planet has a rubbish problem



Yeah it's mainly places like china. Not people like me buying a few bottles and recycling them.....
HerefordCiderApples26/06/2019 12:11

I personally wouldn't for my childrens sake and it's not far fetched at …I personally wouldn't for my childrens sake and it's not far fetched at all. Look at plastic straws, cotton buds etc.The single use plastic bottles could be reduced to zero instantly if ill informed people stopped buying them, it's H2o the same as in the tap, if you don't like the taste of tap water leave it in a bottle in the fridge and the chlorine (it's a gas to keep the water safe) will escape.


Pretty big leap from a few straws and cotton buds that are easily replaced
lidds26/06/2019 15:41

Yeah it's mainly places like china. Not people like me buying a few …Yeah it's mainly places like china. Not people like me buying a few bottles and recycling them.....


Ah, the ‘not my problem’ argument
lidds26/06/2019 15:43

Pretty big leap from a few straws and cotton buds that are easily replaced


Yep that denial in it's fullest
lidds26/06/2019 15:41

Yeah it's mainly places like china. Not people like me buying a few …Yeah it's mainly places like china. Not people like me buying a few bottles and recycling them.....


You are in the same club, one person of the "I don't care billions"
Edited by: "HerefordCiderApples" 26th Jun
HerefordCiderApples26/06/2019 21:36

Yep that denial in it's fullest


How? It's perfectly logical. Straws and cotton buds are easily replaced. Plastic bottle are not.
Not sure what I'm meant to be in denial of?
tomwatts26/06/2019 16:18

Ah, the ‘not my problem’ argument



Not really I recycle all plastics that I use. However If you visit places like china or Asian countries you will see that we could ban plastic totally in the UK and it wouldn't make a blind bit of difference.
HerefordCiderApples26/06/2019 21:38

You are in the same club, one person of the "I don't care billions"


I recycle all plastics that I use. So not exactly saying I don't care. But thanks for assuming.
lidds26/06/2019 21:40

I recycle all plastics that I use. So not exactly saying I don't care. But …I recycle all plastics that I use. So not exactly saying I don't care. But thanks for assuming.


No you don't. You separate your waste and hope that your local authorities processors of plastic recycle it. blinkered and uninformed, just don't buy it, simple.
Sorry "I don't care" was maybe a bit harsh, More "I don't know what happens to my 60 plastic bottle a month but hopefully someone will turn it into another plastic bottle and not ship it tho Malaysia or China"
Edited by: "HerefordCiderApples" 26th Jun
HerefordCiderApples26/06/2019 21:55

No you don't. You separate your waste and hope that your local authorities …No you don't. You separate your waste and hope that your local authorities processors of plastic recycle it. blinkered and uninformed, just don't buy it, simple.Sorry "I don't care" was maybe a bit harsh, More "I don't know what happens to my 60 plastic bottle a month but hopefully someone will turn it into another plastic bottle and not ship it tho Malaysia or China"


So where do you put your plactic recylcing?
lidds27/06/2019 13:26

So where do you put your plactic recylcing?


I don't buy bottled tap water
HerefordCiderApples27/06/2019 14:23

I don't buy bottled tap water


Didn't say tap water. What about your other plastics do you not recycle/ 'seperate' these (Or would you that make you blinkered and uninformed?)
lidds27/06/2019 17:49

Didn't say tap water. What about your other plastics do you not recycle/ …Didn't say tap water. What about your other plastics do you not recycle/ 'seperate' these (Or would you that make you blinkered and uninformed?)



Like i said I don't buy plastic bottles with water in them in the first place. I'm not going to argue with someone that thinks plastic bottles of water are a good thing, I haven't got a chance of a sensible conversation
Edited by: "HerefordCiderApples" 28th Jun
HerefordCiderApples28/06/2019 09:09

Like i said I don't buy plastic bottles with water in them in the first …Like i said I don't buy plastic bottles with water in them in the first place. I'm not going to argue with someone that thinks plastic bottles of water are a good thing, I haven't got a chance of a sensible conversation


Good dodging of the question for the 2nd time. Again I never said you buy water in plastic bottles. (Re read both times I asked I never said bottle water). However you called me blinkered and uninformed for using my council provided recycling facilities. So I'm simply asking what you do with you plastics from say your bottled lemonade.

Pretty obvious you just put them in your recycling bin. You know the same one you had a dig at me for using.
lidds28/06/2019 10:19

Good dodging of the question for the 2nd time. Again I never said you buy …Good dodging of the question for the 2nd time. Again I never said you buy water in plastic bottles. (Re read both times I asked I never said bottle water). However you called me blinkered and uninformed for using my council provided recycling facilities. So I'm simply asking what you do with you plastics from say your bottled lemonade.Pretty obvious you just put them in your recycling bin. You know the same one you had a dig at me for using.


I can't get lemonade out of a tap
HerefordCiderApples28/06/2019 13:15

I can't get lemonade out of a tap


Ok so dodging the question for a 3rd time. Cheers. Pretty obvious that you just throw your plastics in the recycle bin and are just as blinkered and misinformed as me.
Just been in my local Tesco and bought this. Really nice lemonade which actually tastes of lemons.
lidds28/06/2019 15:44

Ok so dodging the question for a 3rd time. Cheers. Pretty obvious that you …Ok so dodging the question for a 3rd time. Cheers. Pretty obvious that you just throw your plastics in the recycle bin and are just as blinkered and misinformed as me.


No because I don't buy bottled tap water. I also don't buy meat from supermarkets in the vacuum packed black plastic which is unrecyclable. I live in a rural area maybe that is where the difference in opinion on bottled water is. 🌾

Edit: Are you a Coca Cola employee by any chance?
Edited by: "HerefordCiderApples" 28th Jun
HerefordCiderApples28/06/2019 20:41

No because I don't buy bottled tap water. I also don't buy meat from …No because I don't buy bottled tap water. I also don't buy meat from supermarkets in the vacuum packed black plastic which is unrecyclable. I live in a rural area maybe that is where the difference in opinion on bottled water is. 🌾Edit: Are you a Coca Cola employee by any chance?


Haha so for the 4th time you avoided my question of what you do with your plastic waste. (Not from bottled water which I 'think' we maybe have established you dont buy....) You tried to make some big point about council not recycling properly and making me out to be blinkered and misinformed, when in fact you do the exact same thing with your plastics. Unfortunately im not otherwise I could get free bottled water and wouldn't have to buy it

(Also well done on not buying Vacuum packed meat, I used renewable energy for my house shall we call it even lol)
Edited by: "lidds" 28th Jun
lidds28/06/2019 21:13

Haha so for the 4th time you avoided my question of what you do with your …Haha so for the 4th time you avoided my question of what you do with your plastic waste. (Not from bottled water which I 'think' we maybe have established you dont buy....) You tried to make some big point about council not recycling properly and making me out to be blinkered and misinformed, when in fact you do the exact same thing with your plastics. Unfortunately im not otherwise I could get free bottled water and wouldn't have to buy it (Also well done on not buying Vacuum packed meat, I used renewable energy for my house shall we call it even lol)



No, because you buy bottled tap water which is one of the most environmental challenged products at the moment i was making the point that there is no difference to plastic bottled water than the water that is supplied to your tap. I have solar power. I'm just a fat farmer that wants to preserve the future for my children and my children's children. I really don't understand why someone would want or need to buy water in a plastic bottle
Edited by: "HerefordCiderApples" 29th Jun
Gone back up to 95p
Expired back up to 95p
Now 24p

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Edited by: "Catnap45" 22nd Jul
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