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Lidl Bakery All Butter Pain Au Chocolat 3 for £1 @ Lidl
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Lidl Bakery All Butter Pain Au Chocolat 3 for £1 @ Lidl

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Posted 8th Aug 2019

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dush_yant09/08/2019 00:30

Sure, put them in a single use plastic wrapper instead. It’s not like it’s …Sure, put them in a single use plastic wrapper instead. It’s not like it’s bad for the environment or anything!Joke aside of all the times I’ve been to Aldi/Lidl I haven’t seen anyone not use the tongs provided to pick up pastries and rolls and the self serve racks are usually fronted with a transparent plastic swivel door. Shoppers at Tesco and Sainsburys are much worse - maybe it’s because these two supermarkets tend to not provide enough tongs if at all.


Yep, as well as being much nicer, far fresher, bigger and not £1.20 for two. The bakery at Lidl is one of the main reasons I divert there to and from work. There really is no reason to wrap a couple of pastries in bulletproof plastic packaging, and why do Tesco and Sainsbury's presume everyone wants two of everything? #DitchThePlastic
Edited by: "jsw72" 9th Aug 2019
French pastries made in a German store in the United Kingdom!
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French pastries made in a German store in the United Kingdom!
Hope these are the ones that have been handled,coughed and sneezed over by Joe public,adds to the flavour...yummy!!!
healthandsafety08/08/2019 22:05

French pastries made in a German store in the United Kingdom!


Viennese pastry actually
BattleBeast108/08/2019 23:19

Hope these are the ones that have been handled,coughed and sneezed over by …Hope these are the ones that have been handled,coughed and sneezed over by Joe public,adds to the flavour...yummy!!!


Sure, put them in a single use plastic wrapper instead. It’s not like it’s bad for the environment or anything!
Joke aside of all the times I’ve been to Aldi/Lidl I haven’t seen anyone not use the tongs provided to pick up pastries and rolls and the self serve racks are usually fronted with a transparent plastic swivel door. Shoppers at Tesco and Sainsburys are much worse - maybe it’s because these two supermarkets tend to not provide enough tongs if at all.
Edited by: "dush_yant" 9th Aug 2019
dush_yant09/08/2019 00:30

Sure, put them in a single use plastic wrapper instead. It’s not like it’s …Sure, put them in a single use plastic wrapper instead. It’s not like it’s bad for the environment or anything!Joke aside of all the times I’ve been to Aldi/Lidl I haven’t seen anyone not use the tongs provided to pick up pastries and rolls and the self serve racks are usually fronted with a transparent plastic swivel door. Shoppers at Tesco and Sainsburys are much worse - maybe it’s because these two supermarkets tend to not provide enough tongs if at all.


Yep, as well as being much nicer, far fresher, bigger and not £1.20 for two. The bakery at Lidl is one of the main reasons I divert there to and from work. There really is no reason to wrap a couple of pastries in bulletproof plastic packaging, and why do Tesco and Sainsbury's presume everyone wants two of everything? #DitchThePlastic
Edited by: "jsw72" 9th Aug 2019
I believe there's only a few days left on these offers until we have our change in offers so get them while you can
dush_yant09/08/2019 00:30

Sure, put them in a single use plastic wrapper instead. It’s not like it’s …Sure, put them in a single use plastic wrapper instead. It’s not like it’s bad for the environment or anything!Joke aside of all the times I’ve been to Aldi/Lidl I haven’t seen anyone not use the tongs provided to pick up pastries and rolls and the self serve racks are usually fronted with a transparent plastic swivel door. Shoppers at Tesco and Sainsburys are much worse - maybe it’s because these two supermarkets tend to not provide enough tongs if at all.


Same here, not sure what everyone's problem is with Lidl bakery, its one of the best of the supermarkets.
BattleBeast108/08/2019 23:19

Hope these are the ones that have been handled,coughed and sneezed over by …Hope these are the ones that have been handled,coughed and sneezed over by Joe public,adds to the flavour...yummy!!!


and dont forget licked......mmmmm
b1gphilip09/08/2019 13:42

and dont forget licked......mmmmm



Yup, kids do this with the doughnuts in my local...
HawickBalls09/08/2019 13:56

Yup, kids do this with the doughnuts in my local...


MMMMMMMMM.........Doughnuts!!!!

and don't forget licked......mmmmm
Been this price for last month
Shak509/08/2019 11:52

Same here, not sure what everyone's problem is with Lidl bakery, its one …Same here, not sure what everyone's problem is with Lidl bakery, its one of the best of the supermarkets.


I have a problem with stuff sitting uncovered just up from the main shop entrance,people walking past coughing and sneezing,kids lifting stuff (no plastic doors on boxes here just open baskets)...people handling and putting stuff back,flies sitting on the products ,I'd like to buy their bakery items but i'm just fussy what I eat....maybe that's why boxes of bakery items go into the skip every night of the week at my local...and people are worried about a bag,they'd sell a hell of a lot more stuff if it was bagged.
BattleBeast109/08/2019 17:06

I have a problem with stuff sitting uncovered just up from the main shop …I have a problem with stuff sitting uncovered just up from the main shop entrance,people walking past coughing and sneezing,kids lifting stuff (no plastic doors on boxes here just open baskets)...people handling and putting stuff back,flies sitting on the products ,I'd like to buy their bakery items but i'm just fussy what I eat....maybe that's why boxes of bakery items go into the skip every night of the week at my local...and people are worried about a bag,they'd sell a hell of a lot more stuff if it was bagged.


It's a wonder the human race survived until now. Talk about delusional.
kirku09/08/2019 17:25

It's a wonder the human race survived until now. Talk about delusional.


I guess he doesn’t also pick a fruit from a tree. Or buy vegetables “exposed” at the local veg market which is usually open air. Or consume honey because it’s essentially bee vomit.
Edited by: "dush_yant" 9th Aug 2019
BattleBeast109/08/2019 17:06

I have a problem with stuff sitting uncovered just up from the main shop …I have a problem with stuff sitting uncovered just up from the main shop entrance,people walking past coughing and sneezing,kids lifting stuff (no plastic doors on boxes here just open baskets)...people handling and putting stuff back,flies sitting on the products ,I'd like to buy their bakery items but i'm just fussy what I eat....maybe that's why boxes of bakery items go into the skip every night of the week at my local...and people are worried about a bag,they'd sell a hell of a lot more stuff if it was bagged.


That's pretty much the same in all the supermarkets, the only difference is they have some boxed bakery items and some loose whereas Lidl only has loose bakery items.
dush_yant09/08/2019 17:38

I guess he doesn’t also pick a fruit from a tree. Or buy vegetables “ …I guess he doesn’t also pick a fruit from a tree. Or buy vegetables “exposed” at the local veg market which is usually open air. Or consume honey because it’s essentially bee vomit.


So you wash your bakery items,do you lol
kirku09/08/2019 17:25

It's a wonder the human race survived until now. Talk about delusional.


So why are the German store Lidl bakery products in sealed boxes with just a scoop at one end which you use to push the items out,you can't touch the items...delusional?...maybe you've never heard of food hygiene.
BattleBeast109/08/2019 18:39

So why are the German store Lidl bakery products in sealed boxes with just …So why are the German store Lidl bakery products in sealed boxes with just a scoop at one end which you use to push the items out,you can't touch the items...delusional?...maybe you've never heard of food hygiene.


Same in Lidl in Corfu... push the item you want out using a scoop and then place it into a paper bag if you want.
They even have a lovely little device that will slice your selected loaf of bread to your required thickness!!
We are so far behind!!
Hmmmm Yummy!!!!
I have to say there bakery is one of the best
I had three of these for brekkie this morning. Went down nice ..

Kindest regards
Went into Lidl last night only to be met with some "non-working class" chav who took offence to my rather inoffensive t shirt, jeez some peeps really need to take a high dose chill pill.
firstofficer09/08/2019 20:49

I had three of these for brekkie this morning. Went down nice ..Kindest …I had three of these for brekkie this morning. Went down nice ..Kindest regards


You're not alone mate
BattleBeast109/08/2019 18:39

So why are the German store Lidl bakery products in sealed boxes with just …So why are the German store Lidl bakery products in sealed boxes with just a scoop at one end which you use to push the items out,you can't touch the items...delusional?...maybe you've never heard of food hygiene.


Given that their bakeries clearly comply with food hygeine standards, I'd suggest it was quite the opposite
I have a problem with these.... Can't stop eating em
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