Morrisons Wonky Vegetables Selection Box for £1! 4.2kg worth of veg for a £1! SPECIAL DEAL FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY (ONLINE ONLY)
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Morrisons Wonky Vegetables Selection Box for £1! 4.2kg worth of veg for a £1! SPECIAL DEAL FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY (ONLINE ONLY)

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Found 3rd Oct
Morrisons are running an amazing deal where they are selling a box (usually for £3) but for £1. Be quick as this offer is whilst stocks last and can be ordered once you put a delivery slot is put in.

Wonky Veg selection includes:
8x Wonky Potatoes, 4x Wonky Carrots, 4x Wonky Onions, 1x Wonky Cauliflower, 1x Wonky Cabbage, 3x Wonky Parsnips,1x Wonky Swede

Top comments

iamchrisd10 m ago

Heat heat heat. have brought 2 of them for next week



Where did you bring them to?

Original Poster

lucas3 m ago

Cold - who would want wonky veg??


Clearly someone who has the perfect house, the perfect car, the perfect wife, the perfect kids

FEEDTHEWORLD8 m ago

Clearly someone who has the perfect house, the perfect car, the perfect …Clearly someone who has the perfect house, the perfect car, the perfect wife, the perfect kids


Ta OP. Wonky veg will fit in well with my wonky house.

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Still need to find a wonky husband.

Reminds me of this...
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51 Comments

Heat heat heat. have brought 2 of them for next week

Cold - who would want wonky veg??

Original Poster

lucas3 m ago

Cold - who would want wonky veg??


Clearly someone who has the perfect house, the perfect car, the perfect wife, the perfect kids

FEEDTHEWORLD1 m ago

Clearly someone who has the perfect house, the perfect car, the perfect …Clearly someone who has the perfect house, the perfect car, the perfect wife, the perfect kids

That was a joke btw, heat added

Original Poster

lucas1 m ago

That was a joke btw, heat added


I know lol... my sarcasm can be painful sometimes

Morrison's don't deliver to my area

Ridiculously Hot Deal

As it is delivered only, you need to add delivery of a couple of pounds to the title
Wonky Veg selection includes:
8x Wonky Potatoes,
4x Wonky Carrots,
4x Wonky Onions, 1
x Wonky Cauliflower,
1x Wonky Cabbage,
3x Wonky Parsnips,
1x Wonky Swede
Edited by: "nougat" 3rd Oct

iamchrisd10 m ago

Heat heat heat. have brought 2 of them for next week



Where did you bring them to?

FEEDTHEWORLD8 m ago

Clearly someone who has the perfect house, the perfect car, the perfect …Clearly someone who has the perfect house, the perfect car, the perfect wife, the perfect kids


Ta OP. Wonky veg will fit in well with my wonky house.

32159869-V7NLi.jpg

Still need to find a wonky husband.

Heat added. This is a great deal and something I would like to see become the norm with all veg, we should not be separating "wonky veg" with "straight" veg. Everyone should just be buying a mix. You want 6 carrots, buy 6 carrots of any shape /size. I will be going after work to pick one of these up for the week, even at £3 it's great value.

Equal rights for wonky veg!

Pity only online 🙄

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Don't eat these, it is proven to give you wonky eyes....

4.2kg worth of veg for a £1 ?

last time i checked kg was not a currency

Excellent idea and about time too.Would rather pay less for the same thing you'd be stupid not too.

Reminds me of this...
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No deliveries in my area, which is annoying as I was just about to do a food shop elsewhere

alexc1009 m ago

Reminds me of this...[Image]



Add your own salt?

how much is standard delivery btw

Out of stock

FEEDTHEWORLD1 h, 19 m ago

Clearly someone who has the perfect house, the perfect car, the perfect …Clearly someone who has the perfect house, the perfect car, the perfect wife, the perfect kids


Lol now I have "same as it ever was" from that song, looping in my head

You can still feed them to your wonky donkey

Oos

Original Poster

if you amend delivery dates, looks like stock is still available

Amazed me they don't deliver to my postcode it says!!!!!! Go smacked. 😥😥😥😥😥😥😥

KevClark19852 h, 15 m ago

... I would like to see become the norm with all veg, we should not be …... I would like to see become the norm with all veg, we should not be separating "wonky veg" with "straight" veg. Everyone should just be buying a mix....


Who do you think you are - an EU dictator or something?
I agree we shouldn't waste the 'wonky' stuff, but if someone wants to pay more for the straight stuff they should have the freedom to do so. If it's really wonky there's much more waste when preparing it anyway.

Actually, I've bought 'wonky' stuff in store at Morrisons and it isn't wonky at all. I think this is mainly a marketing exercise to get you to buy other stuff at Morrisons.

I bet loads of this stuff gets wasted when people are forced to buy a selection of seven different things and there's bound to be something in there that they or their family won't eat.
Edited by: "Besford" 3rd Oct

Besford7 m ago

Who do you think you are - an EU dictator or something?I


Won't have to worry about that for long even if I was

If you want to pick the best looking ones, buy them loose and hand pick the ones that you personally find visually pleasing.
I would imagine if supermarkets didn't have visual criteria for buying veg then the farmers would be able to sell more of their crops and be more profitable (which is needed tbh) or the overall price of all veg would come down (as more is being supplied).

32161515-KRU75.jpgWonky veg from Morrisons doesn't look too wonky to me
Edited by: "SemajNildnac" 3rd Oct

They should just make our new friends on food stamps have to buy these. While we consume perfectly formed veg.

I bet the farmer gets no money at all for these.

Great deal. Thanks very much. Have just ordered it. 😊

Minimum order £40?

KevClark19852 h, 14 m ago

Won't have to worry about that for long even if I was If you want …Won't have to worry about that for long even if I was If you want to pick the best looking ones, buy them loose and hand pick the ones that you personally find visually pleasing.I would imagine if supermarkets didn't have visual criteria for buying veg then the farmers would be able to sell more of their crops and be more profitable (which is needed tbh) or the overall price of all veg would come down (as more is being supplied).


So we're in complete agreement - but you can't see it!

this wonky stuff is the stuff that normally would get thrown away or smashed up and fed to animals or put back on the fields. Theres mountains of it Total waste of time,energy,money even thought apart from visually there is nothing wrong with it. Market brainwashing has made you think that way. These wonky veg are an attempt to try and move people away from that and stop wasting perfectly edible food.

its the same with Best Before dates, another fallacy making us throw stuff away that is ok to eat.. We should go back to the old days of trusting our eyes and nose and brain to tell whether somethings gone off or not edible

Limited per customer? I'd like to see them deliver 168kg to my door

Does the Evil EU know about it?

not available on the day my shop is delivered.No wonk on the weekend.

sreenireddy3 h, 47 m ago

this wonky stuff is the stuff that normally would get thrown away or …this wonky stuff is the stuff that normally would get thrown away or smashed up and fed to animals or put back on the fields. Theres mountains of it Total waste of time,energy,money even thought apart from visually there is nothing wrong with it. Market brainwashing has made you think that way. These wonky veg are an attempt to try and move people away from that and stop wasting perfectly edible food.its the same with Best Before dates, another fallacy making us throw stuff away that is ok to eat.. We should go back to the old days of trusting our eyes and nose and brain to tell whether somethings gone off or not edible


Unless you buy the savvy way from the farm 25kg £3.50 (14p/KG) or if you aren't rural British Potatoes £1.29 for 5Kg at Aldi (26p/KG) which include wonkys
Good deal at £42/kg for a mix of veg if you are ordering other stuff to offset the delivery charge.
There is no great loss if a crop is ploughed back in as green fertiliser. we grow lupins purely to plough back in and a neighbouring farmer has a contract to grow herbs and spring onions, they get ploughed back in if there is no demand from the supermarkets. It's only the townies that complain about "the waste" but what are the beef cattle going to eat in the winter if morrisons sell off all the wonky cattle feed. You do that the majority of wheat grown in this country is for cattle feed and only a small proportion is grown for bread-making or milling wheat.

This is just clever marketing to make the townies feel like they are doing something good for the planet.
Edited by: "nougat" 3rd Oct
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