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Posted 19 February 2024

Paterson's Shortbread Fingers 300g (More Card Price)

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Nice offer on these Paterson's Shortbread Fingers in a 300g pack, now down to £1 at Morrisons.

Offer will be available Instore & Online.




In 1895, John Paterson founded his bakery in the Royal Burgh of Rutherglen, Scotland, when he sold his shortbread from a horse-drawn van. Now, using over 126 years of experience, we've created a shortbread fit for the 21st century which is now our nation's favourite shortbread.



  • No artificial colours
  • No artificial sweeteners
  • Non GM ingredients
  • No artificial flavours
  • No artificial preservatives
  • No hydrogenated fats



Storage
Store in a cool, dry place away from strong light.
Once opened, store in an airtight container.
For best before end see side of pack.

Usage
20 Servings



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Edited by DealDiscloser, 19 February 2024
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  1. bigpappa's avatar
    Horrible. Not rich and buttery at all.
    Rebellion's avatar
    Totally agree, this price for a reason. Need to pay double this for half-decent supermarket ones.
  2. compadre's avatar
    'In 1895, John Paterson founded his bakery in the Royal Burgh of Rutherglen, Scotland'

    Bet he didn't make it without butter!

    Just buy some from lidl etc which are made with butter. (edited)
  3. Ewen_Bruce's avatar
    Ah, the MoreCard price. Strangely, the same price as they were before the Morecard came along....
  4. jellyheed's avatar
    Yum yum
  5. klaus.basingher's avatar
    Making my own soft baked (actually grilled) biscuits without sugar, milk or eggs (but with lots of fruits and oats) I have found that it is easy not to gulp down an excess, so whatever they are putting in biscuits is encouraging endless consumption and should be avoided. I am back to 2000 prices on the cost front, BTW.
  6. soops's avatar
    Always this price in Home Bargains, if you have one near.
  7. davocc's avatar
    These have a creepy weird taste, they taste like someone who made them based only on the photograph.
  8. ziggycj's avatar
    Gone back up to £1.35
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