Lancashire Farm Natural & Low fat Yogurt 1kg £1.15 @ Asda
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Lancashire Farm Natural & Low fat Yogurt 1kg £1.15 @ Asda

£1.15£1.4521%Asda Deals
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Expires on 26/10/2019Posted 12th Oct
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DavidL12/10/2019 14:40

Welcome to life after Brexit...


Give it a rest ffs. This is a deal site, not a party political broadcast.
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Up by 15% ...
We normally get this for £1 from asda on offer
Edited by: "choccie32" 12th Oct
choccie3212/10/2019 14:39

We normally get this for £1 from asda on offer


Welcome to life after Brexit...
choccie3212/10/2019 14:39

We normally get this for £1 from asda on offer


Sadly hasn't been £1 anywhere for a while. This is the best price it's going to be these days. Heat.
DavidL12/10/2019 14:40

Welcome to life after Brexit...


Yes, inflation is a totally new concept. The moaning about brexit is well beyond boring. Not saying it hasn’t affected prices but it’s happening so deal with it.
Edited by: "choccie32" 12th Oct
I hate Brexit. This used to be £1 when on offer.
DavidL12/10/2019 14:40

Welcome to life after Brexit...


Give it a rest ffs. This is a deal site, not a party political broadcast.
zx636r12/10/2019 15:58

Give it a rest ffs. This is a deal site, not a party political broadcast.



Just saying - prices are creeping up, and shrinkflation is alive and well. It's probably not Brexit. I was just joking.
choccie3212/10/2019 15:07

Yes, inflation is a totally new concept. The moaning about brexit is well …Yes, inflation is a totally new concept. The moaning about brexit is well beyond boring. Not saying it hasn’t affected prices but it’s happening so deal with it.



OK. Thanks for the advice.
DavidL12/10/2019 17:16

Just saying - prices are creeping up, and shrinkflation is alive and well. …Just saying - prices are creeping up, and shrinkflation is alive and well. It's probably not Brexit. I was just joking.


DavidL12/10/2019 14:40

Welcome to life after Brexit...


Wow really, inflation and shrinking sizes are only happening because of brexit which, just in case you didn’t know, hasn’t happened yet so unless you can see into the future not sure how you are already living in ‘life after brexit’
Cheaper than a tube of Caniston.
Been 1.50 for a couple of months now. Glad it's come down a bit. I love the low fat version. So yummy and creamy!
DavidL12/10/2019 17:16

Just saying - prices are creeping up, and shrinkflation is alive and well. …Just saying - prices are creeping up, and shrinkflation is alive and well. It's probably not Brexit. I was just joking.


Funny that, I bought Smoked Salmon today for £2 (Sainsburys) and A block of cheese for £1.89. I don't recall it ever being as cheap as that.
zx636r12/10/2019 15:58

Give it a rest ffs. This is a deal site, not a party political broadcast.


It really is getting tedious now, and the mods seem to be inactive when it comes down to following their own rules regarding political comments.
square7212/10/2019 18:04

Wow really, inflation and shrinking sizes are only happening because of …Wow really, inflation and shrinking sizes are only happening because of brexit which, just in case you didn’t know, hasn’t happened yet so unless you can see into the future not sure how you are already living in ‘life after brexit’


The kinds of people making these comments strangely stay silent when good deals crop up. "Oh no, something has gone up 10p in 3 and a half years...... I'm going to have to post a 'blame Brexit' post on that one"....
mjunaid10612/10/2019 15:56

I hate Brexit. This used to be £1 when on offer.


You should do your homework.

Milk and butter prices went up across the EU (more in France) due to shortage of production relating to the CAP.
Russia banned EU dairy products, which resulted in what was meant to go to Russia flooding the EU market. When that excess ran out, enough wasn't being produced and its been like that since. It's why butter doubled in price across the EU.
Edited by: "guru404" 12th Oct
guru40412/10/2019 22:49

You should do your homework.Milk and butter prices went up across the EU …You should do your homework.Milk and butter prices went up across the EU (more in France) due to shortage of production relating to the CAP.


Get a life
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