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Lidl cutting price of vegetables to 19p - Potatoes, Parsnips, Carrots, Sprouts and Swede / Deluxe Mini Roasting Potatoes 15p 1.5KG

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LIDL now joining in on the Vegetable price wars, instores from 15th December

  • Potatoes – 19p
  • Parsnips – 19p
  • Carrots – 19p
  • Sprouts – 19p
  • Swede – 19p

Lidl will reduce the price of its British Carrots (1kg), British Parsnips (500g) British Mini Roasts (1.5kg), British Swede and the all-important British Brussels Sprouts (500g) to 19p

Ryan McDonnell, Chief Executive Officer at Lidl GB, said: “This year, like always, we want to help shoppers enjoy the highest quality products for the best value. We know everyone wants to enjoy a special Christmas meal together.''

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    If your worried about them going off as it's a bit early then prepare them and freeze.One less job Christmas morning.
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    Let's hope they haven't cut the size the parsnips where the size as McDonald's chips last year
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    Parsnips roast really well when you cut them up small and have them like (oven) chips still. I prefer to cut all my roast veg up small for a bigger crispy surface area ratio as well as them cooking a bit faster.
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    Let's hope they're not just screwing over the producers...that would be the last they'd need as costs of fertilisers and fuel have skyrocketed.
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    Usually these type of offers are loss leaders, to get people instore. Hopefully paying them well, i agree
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    Here in Edinburgh i am yet to see any Brussel sprouts that are decent/priced ok... Not seen any at Lidl or Aldi and the Sainsbury's ones were rank? Is that what you guys experience too?
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    Sprouts need a hard frost to bring out the best flavour.
    Not had a good frost until this week in many parts, so hopefully will be ready to crop now.
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    Lovely Perthshire swedes at Lidl, also the potatoes, sprouts and shallots look excellent.
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    The carrots from Lidl always smell of dampness. I never buy them from there. (edited)
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    At those prices I'm going to buy/cook extra to freeze - carrot & swede mash, roast parsnips & mash/roast spuds freezes beautifully - just hope there's no power cuts!!
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    Lidl is the worst for fruit and vegetables by a long margin. The choice is limited and quality not on par with other supermarkets.
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    Veg wars commence!
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    Aldi reckon they have generally cut their margins to the bone, the checkout queues are almost always very long in Paignton - and that is with Sainsburys and Asda a short walk away, Iceland (their bigger version, forget the name) and Lidl 10-15 minutes walk away. Having said that I usually buy my veg and fruit in Asda, their essentials range and out-of-date discounted stuff (plenty of life left in it) tend to be cheaper, or cheap enough not to waste twenty minutes queuing in Aldi to save the odd 5p. I do like to look through Aldi's tools for bargains, though.
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    Queues are more about rationalisation on staffing cost than popularity although Aldi are generally the cheapest at the moment
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    The absolute worst place to buy veg from. No thanks.

    I’d rather get the cut price offerings from M&S/Sainsburys/Asda even if they are a few pence more.
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    Thanks Andre
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    would have love a cauliflower reduced too. In lidl you only get offers available in morning than after 4pm its empty baskets.
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    How is that possible!
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    All the super markets do it every year in December...It's just surplus of veg the supermarkets buy...tk sell on cheap so they still make a profit...They have been doing it for over 18 years in the uk
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    🔥
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    Yay
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    Smelly house on 16th then if you go for the last 2 options!
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    Website doesn't give a price yet. Must be expecting a price war again.
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    All supermarkets do this every year. Why is it being reported as if it's something new this year? Out of touch media people
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    Bargain. Thank god I'm on a day off work that day.
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    Big deal
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    Aldi are doing theirs from Sunday for 15p - potatoes, sprouts, carrots, parsnips & red or white cabbage.
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    If there is no queue, I wouldn't touch Lidl or Aldi's fruit & veg with a barge pole. I'm sure it's old before it's even delivered to their shops. Asda fruit & veg all the way for me
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    Better at Sainsburys, with red and white cabbage also
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    Brill, just remember to get in there, grab what you need and get out
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    Don't forget to pay first
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    Maybe I've missed it but Sainsburys are already down to 19p, however 2.5KG bag of potatos for 19p!
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