Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable 500G (and other varients) finally back on offer 2 for £5 @ Tesco
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Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable 500G (and other varients) finally back on offer 2 for £5 @ Tesco

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Found 15th Mar
Not been down to this price for aaaagggggesss.

Fill yer boots! Deal on til 3rd April.
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    Iceland was selling the 500 for £2.75 at the m
    Norpac 500g at Aldi is £1.89
    Not a deal, infect way too expensive.
    iand12330 m ago

    Norpac 500g at Aldi is £1.89



    Yup. And it tastes no different
    Danpack at Lidl not bad either, usually £1.59.
    iand1231 h, 27 m ago

    Norpac 500g at Aldi is £1.89


    Is this as good as Lurpak?
    Lurpak (or other known brands) that is sold in plastic tubs is NOT butter. It consists of 36% vegetable oil and water which is the same process used to make margarine. You'll notice that the packaging uses wording like "Spreadable" even though the packaging looks very similar to the real butter sold in 250g blocks.
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    dush_yant1 m ago

    Lurpak (or other known brands) that is sold in plastic tubs is NOT butter. …Lurpak (or other known brands) that is sold in plastic tubs is NOT butter. It consists of 36% vegetable oil and water which is the same process used to make margarine. You'll notice that the packaging uses wording like "Spreadable" even though the packaging looks very similar to the real butter sold in 250g blocks.


    True. But it tastes soooo much better than marge
    ‘Bout time too. Paying full price seems really expensive .
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    Norpak for me, more tastier than Lurpak. ,and neither are real butter.
    Edited by: "tiptrat" 15th Mar
    Says for delivery only at that price.
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    tiptrat2 m ago

    Says for delivery only at that price.


    These deals are always online and in-store.
    Generally buy Norpak from Aldi but pretty sure Tesco's own version is the same stuff. Same ingredients and tub.

    Lidl's version on the other hand contains Palm oil.
    Trans Saturated fat, no thanks! Use olive oil or coconut oil instead, a lot healthier.
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    solarfusion2 h, 32 m ago

    Generally buy Norpak from Aldi but pretty sure Tesco's own version is the …Generally buy Norpak from Aldi but pretty sure Tesco's own version is the same stuff. Same ingredients and tub.Lidl's version on the other hand contains Palm oil.


    Have to admit I was very impressed with Tesco's one. It was very good.
    I so much prefer Country Life. Can’t stand continental lactic butter.
    Asda has the 750g Lurpak spreadable for £3.50 which works out cheaper
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