Lurpak finally back down to a reasonable price! Any 2 x 500g tubs for £4 @ Tesco
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Lurpak finally back down to a reasonable price! Any 2 x 500g tubs for £4 @ Tesco

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Found 25th May 2017
Been waiting for Lurpak to come back down to this kind of price for ages.

£2 a tub. Time to stock up!! Offer on until 13th June.

Lurpak Lightest Spreadable 500G
Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable 500G
Lurpak Lighter Olive Oil Spreadable 500G
Lurpak Unsalted Spreadable 500G
Lurpak Lighter Slightly Salted Spreadable 500G
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We've been using the Aldi version, Norpak. They changed the recipe a while back, so now it's closer in flavour to Lurpak.
It is not butter.

Blended Spread 78% (52% milk fat & 26% rapeseed oil).
Lurpak® butter blended with rapeseed oil. To create Lurpak® Spreadable, we blend pure Lurpak® butter with rapeseed oil making it spreadable straight from the fridge.

https://s18.postimg.org/xdbx01bd5/lurpak.jpg
Edited by: "anonimousse" 25th May 2017
Original Poster
Jeeeez calm down! I have removed the word "butter" from the title.

I am indeed a "helper"....sorry but I do not have time time to read the Foods Description Act. X)
Edited by: "JPS" 25th May 2017
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We've been using the Aldi version, Norpak. They changed the recipe a while back, so now it's closer in flavour to Lurpak.
But no unsalted!
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smallclone

We've been using the Aldi version, Norpak. They changed the recipe a … We've been using the Aldi version, Norpak. They changed the recipe a while back, so now it's closer in flavour to Lurpak.


Some good alternatives out there but for the extra 25p or so I'd always take the real thing
It is not butter.

Blended Spread 78% (52% milk fat & 26% rapeseed oil).
Lurpak® butter blended with rapeseed oil. To create Lurpak® Spreadable, we blend pure Lurpak® butter with rapeseed oil making it spreadable straight from the fridge.

https://s18.postimg.org/xdbx01bd5/lurpak.jpg
Edited by: "anonimousse" 25th May 2017
Be thankful.... it's not Palm Oil
anonimousse

You are going off on a tangent. It is NOT butter as described in the … You are going off on a tangent. It is NOT butter as described in the title.



Ah, but it's posted by a "helper" so that's alright then.
It's not true butter but as my mother would call 'slap'.

You slap it on and wipe it off.
LesD

Ah, but it's posted by a "helper" so that's alright then.



​Perhaps the 'helper' needs to read the Foods Description Act.
Original Poster
Jeeeez calm down! I have removed the word "butter" from the title.

I am indeed a "helper"....sorry but I do not have time time to read the Foods Description Act. X)
Edited by: "JPS" 25th May 2017
perfect
anonimousse

You are going off on a tangent. It is NOT butter as described in the … You are going off on a tangent. It is NOT butter as described in the title.



I can't believe it's not....
Thank the Lord now that's a better price
Oh brill I have just ran out, I won't pay full price, time to stock up mmm my fave butter (_;)
Do they have the unsalted in Tesco Express stores? OH goes there to pick up the paper every morning but I would need to go out of my way for a proper store.
We only stock the normal and lighter in my express and OH store too. But they are £2 each, not 2 for £4
Anchor spreadable is often £2 a tub........proper butter!
Scorching
Anyone with a Jack Fulton's nearby they had 500g for £1.49 at the weekend
andrsnh

Switched from Lurpak to Norpak a while back to save ££, tastes and looks t … Switched from Lurpak to Norpak a while back to save ££, tastes and looks the same.Ingredients look to be exactly the same so I wouldn't be surprised if it's manufactured by Arla for Aldi.


Don't go anywhere near those holes so no good to me!
crazylegs

Don't go anywhere near those holes so no good to me!



​You like talking out of your hole though? Be right up your street!
andrsnh

Odd that there is snobbery like this when you're on a website focussed … Odd that there is snobbery like this when you're on a website focussed around saving money/getting the best deal.Got some news for you, products sold in Aldi are manufactured by the same facilities that manufacture for every other supermarket.


Another tw*t that knows nothing, stop casting assumptions!
I have shopped in lots of different establishments, just don't like Aldi food thats all, the food is sub par!
Nothing to do with snobbery idiot, go stroke a bear
eslick

I can't believe it's not....



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£1.30 for 250g of actual lurpak butter not that spreadable garbage
crazylegs

Another tw*t that knows nothing, stop casting assumptions!I have shopped … Another tw*t that knows nothing, stop casting assumptions!I have shopped in lots of different establishments, just don't like Aldi food thats all, the food is sub par!Nothing to do with snobbery idiot, go stroke a bear



​Which is only your opinion, not fact. I too have also shopped at every other supermarket and for me Aldi's fresh meat, fruit and veg is better, both in value and in taste.

Plenty other items that are cheaper and better too.
Edited by: "Rusty82" 25th May 2017
country life spreadable is well butter or better
Rusty82

Which is only your opinion, not fact. I too have also shopped at every … Which is only your opinion, not fact. I too have also shopped at every other supermarket and for me Aldi's fresh meat, fruit and veg is better, both in value and in taste. Plenty other items that are cheaper and better too.


Well people like you with no class wouldn't know any different! (_;)
If you add lurpak to your waitrose card to receive 20% off, when it's 2for £4 In there it takes 20% off full price per tub + current offer discount , that's when I stock up hopefully might help someone on here
- just stocked up on Norpak from Aldi (about £1.75 each) - essentially the same thing.
£2 each in tesco express if you don't want 2
crazylegs

Well people like you with no class wouldn't know any different! (_;)



​I don't know what that means.
Nice, been a while since it was this price, good stuff, heated!
Loseley Summer Meadow Naturally Softer Butter is only £1 in Asda for 250g so works out the same price per kg as Lurpak, spreads from the fridge and has no rapeseed or palm oils present, just a little added salt.
crazylegs

Well people like you with no class wouldn't know any different! (_;)


Wow, that's uncalled for! I have to say that having. Tried the different supermarkets a couple of years ago for an article a friend was writing, I found that in both Aldi and Lidl, there were some items that were just as good, if not better than the other supermarkets. Morrisons scored particularly poorly against them both. Personally, when I have time I shop around. Some things I get from Waitrose or Marks others from Aldi or Lidl. OK the environment can sometimes not be as inviting but hey ho.
I know it's off topic but really, why do people on here have to get so personal and downright obnoxious. Oh and this isn't butter, it's a blend.
andrsnh

Odd that there is snobbery like this when you're on a website focussed … Odd that there is snobbery like this when you're on a website focussed around saving money/getting the best deal.Got some news for you, products sold in Aldi are manufactured by the same facilities that manufacture for every other supermarket.



I've seen an Anchor truck delivering to the Aldi in Nantwich.
Just a view from somebody that worked in industry, the word spreadable is used in place of the word margarine - Fact
Milki_bar_Kid

Anchor spreadable is often £2 a tub........proper butter!


Err, no. This is also NOT "proper butter". It is also a vegetable oil blend- in other words- MARGARINE.
Edited by: "omair" 26th May 2017
themachman

country life spreadable is well butter or better


No, this is also NOT butter. It a blend of vegetable oil, butter and water- i.e. MARGARINE
smallclone

We've been using the Aldi version, Norpak. They changed the recipe a … We've been using the Aldi version, Norpak. They changed the recipe a while back, so now it's closer in flavour to Lurpak.



I tried the Lidl version of Lurpak too. It was spreading really weird and only coming out in small clumps. Much prefer Lurpak at £2. Plus the lidl versions (normal and light) have palm oil in the ingredients (google palm oil).

Heat for the deal. But this £2 just for one tub can usually be found in one of the supermarkets at any time. Anchor too. Buy 3 tubs, 2 in the freezer one in the fridge until it goes on special again...
Edited by: "shifty277" 26th May 2017
omair

Err, no. This is also NOT "proper butter". It is also a vegetable oil … Err, no. This is also NOT "proper butter". It is also a vegetable oil blend- in other words- MARGARINE.



Anchor Spreadable: Anchor Butter (54%) (Milk), Rapeseed Oil (33%), Water, Salt (1.1%), Colour: Beta Carotene.

Flora Margarine: Water, Vegetable Oils in varying proportions (45%) (Sunflower, Linseed, Palm#, Rapeseed), Buttermilk, Salt (1.4%), Emulsifiers (Mono- and Diglycerides of Fatty Acids, Sunflower Lecithin), Natural Flavouring (contains Milk), Preservative (Potassium Sorbate), Acid (Citric Acid), Vitamins A and D, Colour (Carotene),

One tastes like proper butter the other one tasts like ****!

Edited by: "Milki_bar_Kid" 26th May 2017
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