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Lurpak Butter - Slightly Salted / Unsalted (250g) was £1.80 now £1.00 @ Sainsbury's
Lurpak Butter - Slightly Salted / Unsalted (250g) was £1.80 now £1.00 @ Sainsbury's

Lurpak Butter - Slightly Salted / Unsalted (250g) was £1.80 now £1.00 @ Sainsbury's

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Lurpak Butter - Slightly Salted / Unsalted (250g) was £1.80 now £1.00

Lurpack Spreadable Slightly Salted / Unsalted (500ml) reduced from £3.25 to £2.00

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Stick to my Irish butter from Farm Foods 250g for 69p - salted and unsalted

Original Poster

squaredoggy

Stick to my Irish butter from Farm Foods 250g for 69p - salted and … Stick to my Irish butter from Farm Foods 250g for 69p - salted and unsalted



Why not post the deal so everyone can have a real deal?

Already been on was 49p 3 months ago then 59p now 69p this week, bit like their milk and bread offers presume they are loss leaders but we're quite willing to go and stock up - bread, milk, cheese and butter can all be frozen so happy days.........

I wish someone would make salty as a seadog butter. None of it is salted enough any more.

Seems like a fair price for branded butter if that's your thing.

Lurpak - I love it.

Asda 500g block of Lurpak butter £2.00

Original Poster

dilahk

Asda 500g block of Lurpak butter £2.00


Only the Salted is that price ONLINE don't seem to do the Unsalted in (500g)

It's great for making beurre blanc sauces .As in a vinegar/shallot/crushed peppercorns /bay leaf white wine vinegar reduction..with nobs of this butter being thrown into the passed reduction into a heavy base small saucepan left on the heat Happy cooking ! (eating).
Edited by: "Wheelbarrow_Oil" 10th Aug 2016

Yuck - you can always add your own salt.
I don't see what is so special about these blocks of Lurpack - it's not even the spreadable stuff.

moneysavingkitten

I wish someone would make salty as a seadog butter. None of it is salted … I wish someone would make salty as a seadog butter. None of it is salted enough any more. Seems like a fair price for branded butter if that's your thing.



Edited by: "wildecat" 10th Aug 2016

wildecat

Yuck - you can always add your own salt.I don't see what is so special … Yuck - you can always add your own salt.I don't see what is so special about these blocks of Lurpack - it's not even the spreadable stuff.



Yeah, cause gritty salt added on top of butter is lovely

Doesn't seem like you like much tbh.

LURPAK ...owned by Arla Foods now. As is ANCHOR sold here (it's not from NZ like they want you to think it is. If it said ARLA BUTTER, would you pay £1.80? Of course not, even a £1 is too much. It's basically bog-standard butter, regardless of whether you like salted, slightly salted or unsalted.
BUY Cornish butter or Devon butter... ie REAL butter. Most butter buyers 'never' look on the pack, look on the side to see what the butter/fat content is. You are being ripped off!
Arla butter is around 80% butter (fat), same as all the cheap brands and unbranded.

West Country or Cornish will be around 96 to 98 per cent butter and cost you just £1.19. You can even get it in Aldi. Lovely stuff, try it - you won't get fooled again!
https://www.aldi.co.uk/p/3308/0
https://www.aldi.co.uk/west-country-farmhouse-butter/p/058532005658400
That last one is even made with 'Maldon' sea salt. They know a thing or two about salt!
Mind you, any butter is better than 'spreads'. Don't touch that stuff with a barge pole. Just look at the ingredients list. And don't believe the crap you read about butter not being good for you. 'They' would say that wouldn't they!

So, just like where my Cornish butter is this minute - in the cold and this is, sorry, COLD!



Edited by: "jnigel26" 10th Aug 2016

jnigel26

LURPAK ...owned by Arla Foods now. As is ANCHOR sold here (it's not from … LURPAK ...owned by Arla Foods now. As is ANCHOR sold here (it's not from NZ like they want you to think it is. If it said ARLA BUTTER, would you pay £1.80? Of course not, even a £1 is too much. It's basically bog-standard butter, regardless of whether you like salted, slightly salted or unsalted.


Hi Nigel.
You seem to think you have this butter thing off-pat! (_;)

We're Arla dairy farmers.
Arla is a dairy cooperative - owned by us farmers & so all profits from sales of our products come directly back to us as our milk price.
So, no middlemen telling us how much (or little) we're getting for our milk.
There are 13,000 Arla farmers, 2,700 of which are British, producing 1/4 of British milk.

Anchor butter is made with milk from British Arla dairy farmers.

Lurpak butter is a Danish butter made with milk from Danish Arla dairy farmers. It has a distinct creamy taste.
It is Britains No.1 butter brand.

Because Arla is a cooperative, the profits from Lurpak are shared equally with all Arla farmers, including those in Britain.


Arla butter is around 80% butter (fat)


No! oO
Both Lurpak & Anchor butter is 100% butter.

Thank you to everyone who supports us dairy farmers by buying Arla Foods products.

great for cakes

I've just bought mine in tesco using brand match. please remember 10 unique barcodes.
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