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Wonky Carrots 1kg 45p @ Morrisons
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Wonky Carrots 1kg 45p @ Morrisons

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Posted 17th Nov 2019

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Lidl and Aldi have been selling these for years (cheaper!) and don’t feel it’s necessary to mention they’re wonky ... syndical marketing ploy by a ‘worried’ supermarket ...
I find it deeply ironic that the very entities that led a battle against 'wonky' produce in the drive to do away with farmers' markets and greengrocers are now introducing 'wonky' produce to their shelves in a cheap ploy to capitalise on the push towards conscious consumption. I have a lingering suspicion that the next step will be to rebrand calibrated produce as "premium" and start charging more for it.
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Lidl and Aldi have been selling these for years (cheaper!) and don’t feel it’s necessary to mention they’re wonky ... syndical marketing ploy by a ‘worried’ supermarket ...
foxmeister17/11/2019 16:43

Lidl and Aldi have been selling these for years (cheaper!) and don’t feel i …Lidl and Aldi have been selling these for years (cheaper!) and don’t feel it’s necessary to mention they’re wonky ... syndical marketing ploy by a ‘worried’ supermarket ...


I have never seen them selling wonky veg. Otherwise I would have bought them instead of the dearer veg.
@foxmeister

I also buy Aldi wonky vegetables and have done since last years drought ( I think you can get wonky fruit also in Aldi ? ) thesun.co.uk/mon…oo/
Edited by: "Mysticaltopaz24" 17th Nov 2019
I find it deeply ironic that the very entities that led a battle against 'wonky' produce in the drive to do away with farmers' markets and greengrocers are now introducing 'wonky' produce to their shelves in a cheap ploy to capitalise on the push towards conscious consumption. I have a lingering suspicion that the next step will be to rebrand calibrated produce as "premium" and start charging more for it.
rosalina181817/11/2019 16:49

I have never seen them selling wonky veg. Otherwise I would have bought …I have never seen them selling wonky veg. Otherwise I would have bought them instead of the dearer veg.


If you look closely you’ll see all their veg is ‘wonky’ and not straight lines and same sizes (?!)as is the case with other supermarkets
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I got this when Morrisons were selling their Wallace and Grommet veg range...
foxmeister17/11/2019 16:43

Lidl and Aldi have been selling these for years (cheaper!) and don’t feel i …Lidl and Aldi have been selling these for years (cheaper!) and don’t feel it’s necessary to mention they’re wonky ... syndical marketing ploy by a ‘worried’ supermarket ...


But you have to go to Aldi and Lidl.... ew...
bellboys17/11/2019 18:00

[Image] I got this when Morrisons were selling their Wallace and Grommet …[Image] I got this when Morrisons were selling their Wallace and Grommet veg range...


Proof there is no God, that’s evolution right there.
Wonky, does that mean we are wonky too, as no two people look the same.
MoUthman17/11/2019 18:18

Wonky, does that mean we are wonky too, as no two people look the same.


Or wonky furniture.39013756-Qydzg.jpg
bellboys17/11/2019 18:00

[Image] I got this when Morrisons were selling their Wallace and Grommet …[Image] I got this when Morrisons were selling their Wallace and Grommet veg range...


What great high 5
foxmeister17/11/2019 16:43

Lidl and Aldi have been selling these for years (cheaper!) and don’t feel i …Lidl and Aldi have been selling these for years (cheaper!) and don’t feel it’s necessary to mention they’re wonky ... syndical marketing ploy by a ‘worried’ supermarket ...


They really haven't. The circle-jerking about how amazing Lidl and Aldi are on this site is unreal
edicasual17/11/2019 17:13

I find it deeply ironic that the very entities that led a battle against …I find it deeply ironic that the very entities that led a battle against 'wonky' produce in the drive to do away with farmers' markets and greengrocers are now introducing 'wonky' produce to their shelves in a cheap ploy to capitalise on the push towards conscious consumption. I have a lingering suspicion that the next step will be to rebrand calibrated produce as "premium" and start charging more for it.


Not sure they "led the battle", it was just part of their business plan to differentiate themselves as having neater veg, which makes people think it's better quality.

At least supermarkets like Morrisons are pushing for less plastic and better welfare standards, unlike the budget supermarkets.
slannmage17/11/2019 18:05

But you have to go to Aldi and Lidl.... ew...


What's wrong with Aldi and Lidl?
Not a great price for the Wonky Carrots when you consider their standard bag of 1kg carrots is only 50p .
This wonky range used to be so much cheaper than the standard equivalent when it was first introduced
Asda loose carrots 50p kg and only buy amount you need, cheaper in the long run.
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