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Morrisons Gluten Free Products on Clearance (eg Lasagne Sheets 35p)
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Morrisons Gluten Free Products on Clearance (eg Lasagne Sheets 35p)

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Posted 3rd May
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Morrisons have some of their own brand gluten free stuff on clearance in stores that stock it. Available for home delivery / click and collect (if you can get a slot) as well as in store.. If you eat gluten free for medical reasons like me you'll know this stuff almost never goes on sale, let alone a big discount.

Morrisons Free From Lasagne Sheets - was £1.20 now £0.35
Morrisons Free From Batter Mix - was £1 now £0.15
Morrisons Free From Macaroni Pasta - was £1.30 now £0.60
Morrisons Free From Sage & Onion Stuffing Mix - was £1.70 now £0.45
Morrisons Free From Beef Gravy Granules - was £1.80 now £0.60
Morrisons Free From Vegetable Gravy Granules - was £1.80 now £0.60
Morrisons Free From Fusilli - was £1.20 now £0.60
Morrisons Free From Spaghetti - was £1.20 now £0.60
Morrisons Free From White Sliced Sandwich things - was £1.80 now £0.45
Morrisons Free From Seeded Sliced Sandwich things - was £1.80 now £0.45
Morrisons Free From 2 Chocolate Muffins - was £2 now £0.50
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Personally i think that Morrisons themselves deserve some heat for these prices. The price of special dietary requirements products have long been over inflated and Morrisons is the only place i have found to be fairer with this.

I know that because they produce less of these items, the cost per unit for them is higher... but Morrisons here give us a glimpse of how much 'supermarkets own brand' products could be sold for, so you can see how much they abuse the market. Branded items could probably halve there prices too.

Heat for Morrisons and heat for the OP for taking the time to list for those who have not yet stumbled across these prices.
These are standard promotions and not clearance so need to clear the shelves They tend to rotate the offers which is great for coeliacs as no other supermarket does this
Edited by: "James_Harley" 3rd May
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Wonder if this is why they’re now doing a gluten free box at £35??
Some of the things you list have been that price for weeks/months now e.g. the pasta, gravy. They weren't on clearance - it's been a long standing offer. Also there are porridge oats at £1.20 for a 1Kg bag.
However, the bread and cake items you list look like they are new.
Well spotted - heat added ty
Got to let my aunties know who have coeliac
can anyone get a slot on morrisons?
These prices for months!
Good luck trying to get a delivery slot
Personally i think that Morrisons themselves deserve some heat for these prices. The price of special dietary requirements products have long been over inflated and Morrisons is the only place i have found to be fairer with this.

I know that because they produce less of these items, the cost per unit for them is higher... but Morrisons here give us a glimpse of how much 'supermarkets own brand' products could be sold for, so you can see how much they abuse the market. Branded items could probably halve there prices too.

Heat for Morrisons and heat for the OP for taking the time to list for those who have not yet stumbled across these prices.
These are standard promotions and not clearance so need to clear the shelves They tend to rotate the offers which is great for coeliacs as no other supermarket does this
Edited by: "James_Harley" 3rd May
Worth checking their frozen items as well.
They had basic gf pizzas for 80p. Ok on their own but I add extras to pimp them up.
Hot. Yes some items are long term offers but still much lower than prices elsewhere. Morrisons is the cheapest supermarket for gluten free food and does a decent range of products.
dunfiedoughball03/05/2020 11:18

Worth checking their frozen items as well. They had basic gf pizzas for …Worth checking their frozen items as well. They had basic gf pizzas for 80p. Ok on their own but I add extras to pimp them up.


Totally agree. Actually not bad at all on their own but I would add say more cheese and say ham or anchovies.
James_Harley03/05/2020 09:56

These are standard promotions and not clearance so need to clear the …These are standard promotions and not clearance so need to clear the shelves They tend to rotate the offers which is great for coeliacs as no other supermarket does this


Totally agree. They actually play fair with the prices on gluten free. I thought when first came out it was a limited time offer so bought loads of pasta but it's been like this for a good few months. They even have Yorkshire pudding packet now for 15p.
Please don't buy unless you need it
memyselfmash03/05/2020 09:48

Personally i think that Morrisons themselves deserve some heat for these …Personally i think that Morrisons themselves deserve some heat for these prices. The price of special dietary requirements products have long been over inflated and Morrisons is the only place i have found to be fairer with this. I know that because they produce less of these items, the cost per unit for them is higher... but Morrisons here give us a glimpse of how much 'supermarkets own brand' products could be sold for, so you can see how much they abuse the market. Branded items could probably halve there prices too.Heat for Morrisons and heat for the OP for taking the time to list for those who have not yet stumbled across these prices.


Doesn't mean its viable for them to sell long term at this.
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