Lurpak Spreadable 750g Asda £3.50
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Lurpak Spreadable 750g Asda £3.50

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Found 15th Mar
Lurpak Spreadable 750g available instore or online was £5.50
Also Light version available for same price.
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Besford49 m ago

Well under 2 quid every day for Aldi's 500g equivalent, which is just as …Well under 2 quid every day for Aldi's 500g equivalent, which is just as good - honestly I challenge you to tell the difference (unlike many other supermarket competitors which are not good).


I've tried all the supermarket version's but nothing tops Lurpak
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Well under 2 quid every day for Aldi's 500g equivalent, which is just as good - honestly I challenge you to tell the difference (unlike many other supermarket competitors which are not good).
Edited by: "Besford" 15th Mar
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Besford49 m ago

Well under 2 quid every day for Aldi's 500g equivalent, which is just as …Well under 2 quid every day for Aldi's 500g equivalent, which is just as good - honestly I challenge you to tell the difference (unlike many other supermarket competitors which are not good).


I've tried all the supermarket version's but nothing tops Lurpak
Finding it hard to tell the difference in taste between Aldi’s Norpak and Lurpak
I use norpak too and cant really tell the difference
Cheaper than Aldi's Norpak. Thanks for sharing
Lidl Danpak gets my vote
everypennycounts3 h, 4 m ago

I've tried all the supermarket version's but nothing tops Lurpak


I didn't say it tops it (except price), I said you can't tell the difference. Yes, most supermarket versions are awful. The clue is to look on the ingredients: most are much higher in non-butter ingredients but Norpak is the same as Lurpak.
Besford6 h, 29 m ago

I didn't say it tops it (except price), I said you can't tell the …I didn't say it tops it (except price), I said you can't tell the difference. Yes, most supermarket versions are awful. The clue is to look on the ingredients: most are much higher in non-butter ingredients but Norpak is the same as Lurpak.


I think you can tell the difference
Small_h9 h, 34 m ago

Cheaper than Aldi's Norpak. Thanks for sharing


Errrr. No it's not. This works out at £2.33 for 500g. I am pretty sure Norpak is £1.79.

When I last checked the proportions of butter (64%), rapeseed oil (26%) were exactly the same as Lurpak and the ingredients listed were the same. The only thing that is probably different are the suppliers of the ingredients.
everypennycounts5 h, 5 m ago

I think you can tell the difference


OOH - if only we could set up a blind tasting on HUKD! If you ARE talking about Norpak (not some horrible big supermarket pastiche) I disagree with you. As Searcher2 said the ingredients are the same, in fact it wouldn't surprise me if the supplier is the same.
everypennycounts18 h, 13 m ago

I've tried all the supermarket version's but nothing tops Lurpak

I can second that Lurpack beats them all hands down
I just use buitter and stick it in the microwave to soften it up a bit. Never realised the butter substitute was so expensive
a crazy price for a spread.. I don't know who makes Lurpak but I did see an Anchor butter truck unloading at an Aldi.
Aldi and Lidl versions are like eating Lard, despite what the ingredients state. The only one I've found that comes close is Tesco's Butterpak.

This is the cheapest Lurpak has been in quite a while though
retrogeezer16th Mar

a crazy price for a spread.. I don't know who makes Lurpak but I did see …a crazy price for a spread.. I don't know who makes Lurpak but I did see an Anchor butter truck unloading at an Aldi.



Arla, the farmer-owned dairy cooperative own both brands.
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