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Pure Irish Butter - Salted and Unsalted 99p at FarmFoods Leeds
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Pure Irish Butter - Salted and Unsalted 99p at FarmFoods Leeds

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Posted 15th MarAvailable: Yorkshire & Lincolnshire (Leeds)

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3422561.jpgI'm a bit of a Butter fiend - non of the manufacture "I can't believe anyone can't tell its not butter" chemical stuff in my drum.
Spotted this and thought it was a misprice its so cheap.
Next cheapest price for 227g of butter I have found is "Wyke Farms" from Home Bargains.
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Voted cold for using the word 'panic buy' in your description.

This is a national deal and has been available for over a year or so if not longer. Thank you for using 'panic buy' in your description. Nothing like further influencing people into depleting stocks in the supermarkets only to further effect the most vunerable in our society !
Edited by: "fes37" 15th Mar
This place seems to be teeming with do gooders lacking any kind of sense today.

Humour or otherwise.
Not the full 250 grams.
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Voted cold for using the word 'panic buy' in your description.

This is a national deal and has been available for over a year or so if not longer. Thank you for using 'panic buy' in your description. Nothing like further influencing people into depleting stocks in the supermarkets only to further effect the most vunerable in our society !
Edited by: "fes37" 15th Mar
This place seems to be teeming with do gooders lacking any kind of sense today.

Humour or otherwise.
Good find
fes3715/03/2020 11:03

Voted cold for using the word 'panic buy' in your description.This is a …Voted cold for using the word 'panic buy' in your description.This is a national deal and has been available for over a year or so if not longer. Thank you for using 'panic buy' in your description. Nothing like further influencing people into depleting stocks in the supermarkets only to further effect the most vunerable in our society !


Panic you say panic
Not the full 250 grams.
Thanks
I use this stuff in my baking as it's so much cheaper than any other butter even though its only 227g but I don't bother at the moment as I can't get flour
I don't mind staying at home but I gotta have my doughnuts.
my favourite butter is aldi west country with sea salt
It's good butter, better than that tasteless danish rubbish, it's been this price for months though.
This has been 99p for like always and oddly 227g whereas others are 250g. I get Wykes Butter from Home Bargains for £1.29.
Does it come with a free toilet roll.
How does this compare with something like Kerrygold - just wondering if there is a difference? Is it actual Irish milk from Irish cows or is it imported milk from elsewhere and only churned into butter in Ireland?

If it is Irish milk from Irish cows then presumably it has a high grass fed content and thus sounds like a great deal.
Half a pound of Butter for a Quid (an its nice) is a Bargain considering what some of the Supermarkets are charging
Only on HUKD would someone think 25p off butter was such an amazing deal it had to be a misprice.
Edited by: "FoSho" 15th Mar
Curious how Farmfoods are happy to adopt the lower 227g / half pound weight for their butter where everyone else sells 250g yet use 2ltr sizing for their large milk when others (not all I agree) use a 4 pint bottle?

That aside the price @ 99p is good.
tawse5715/03/2020 12:34

How does this compare with something like Kerrygold - just wondering if …How does this compare with something like Kerrygold - just wondering if there is a difference? Is it actual Irish milk from Irish cows or is it imported milk from elsewhere and only churned into butter in Ireland?If it is Irish milk from Irish cows then presumably it has a high grass fed content and thus sounds like a great deal.



It say that it is produced from Irish and UK milk. I would imagine the UK milk is Northern Irish milk.
berisford15/03/2020 13:05

Curious how Farmfoods are happy to adopt the lower 227g / half pound …Curious how Farmfoods are happy to adopt the lower 227g / half pound weight for their butter where everyone else sells 250g yet use 2ltr sizing for their large milk when others (not all I agree) use a 4 pint bottle?That aside the price @ 99p is good.



They may be selling it cheaper to get rid of all these 'smaller' packs..
Equates to £1.09 per 250g. Bounces bettween 99 and 125 quite often but it is a nice butter.
berisford15/03/2020 13:05

Curious how Farmfoods are happy to adopt the lower 227g / half pound …Curious how Farmfoods are happy to adopt the lower 227g / half pound weight for their butter where everyone else sells 250g yet use 2ltr sizing for their large milk when others (not all I agree) use a 4 pint bottle?That aside the price @ 99p is good.


Yeah, weird that! I wonder why?!
compadre15/03/2020 15:16

Yeah, weird that! I wonder why?!


In simple terms, it makes it look even cheaper. This would normally equate to being about 11p cheaper than butter from, say, Aldi, and most people won’t really look at the weight. If they sold it for £1.38 per 250g I guess it wouldn’t look as good as £1.25.
Edited by: "TechnoDonkey" 15th Mar
TechnoDonkey15/03/2020 15:31

In simple terms, it makes it look even cheaper. This would normally equate …In simple terms, it makes it look even cheaper. This would normally equate to being about 11p cheaper than butter from, say, Aldi, and most people won’t really look at the weight. If they sold it for £1.38 per 250g I guess it wouldn’t look as good as £1.25.


Thanks, I was trying to be ironic.
compadre15/03/2020 15:34

Thanks, I was trying to be ironic.


Ah, you forgot the wink
TechnoDonkey15/03/2020 15:35

Ah, you forgot the wink


Unfortunately, I tend not to use emojis or whatever. Try to make do with an exclamation mark but in this case!!
Peter_R15/03/2020 13:27

It say that it is produced from Irish and UK milk. I would imagine the …It say that it is produced from Irish and UK milk. I would imagine the UK milk is Northern Irish milk.


Some would call that British milk
berisford15/03/2020 13:05

Curious how Farmfoods are happy to adopt the lower 227g / half pound …Curious how Farmfoods are happy to adopt the lower 227g / half pound weight for their butter where everyone else sells 250g yet use 2ltr sizing for their large milk when others (not all I agree) use a 4 pint bottle?That aside the price @ 99p is good.


4 pints > 2 litres....
fes3715/03/2020 11:03

Voted cold for using the word 'panic buy' in your description.This is a …Voted cold for using the word 'panic buy' in your description.This is a national deal and has been available for over a year or so if not longer. Thank you for using 'panic buy' in your description. Nothing like further influencing people into depleting stocks in the supermarkets only to further effect the most vunerable in our society !


Agreed. Also for the description of other spreads as being "chemical stuff" when they're literally just water, vegetable oils, salt, and occasionally milk.

Butter certainly isn't better for you than vegetable oil spreads.
TheWorthinger15/03/2020 11:05

This place seems to be teeming with do gooders lacking any kind of sense …This place seems to be teeming with do gooders lacking any kind of sense today. Humour or otherwise.


Where? When?

Got any examples?
tawse5715/03/2020 12:34

How does this compare with something like Kerrygold - just wondering if …How does this compare with something like Kerrygold - just wondering if there is a difference? Is it actual Irish milk from Irish cows or is it imported milk from elsewhere and only churned into butter in Ireland?If it is Irish milk from Irish cows then presumably it has a high grass fed content and thus sounds like a great deal.


There's a good chance it's just marketing. If "Irish" butter is this cheap, they've cut corners somewhere (probably welfare standards).
herrbz15/03/2020 18:52

Where? When?Got any examples?


Yeah, the first post in this thread.
I have a hot knife, will it travel through this particular brand?
What a con 227g. 250g is standard.
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fes3715/03/2020 11:03

Voted cold for using the word 'panic buy' in your description.


I just overlooked it as a bit of 'tongue in cheek sarcasm' to be honest.
deleted19392915/03/2020 19:40

I just overlooked it as a bit of 'tongue in cheek sarcasm' to be honest.


sends the wrong message regardless of the intention
fes3715/03/2020 19:38

Yeah well you're part of the problem


I'm part of what problem?

Come on, let's have some professionally pontificated sanctimony.
deleted19392915/03/2020 19:40

I just overlooked it as a bit of 'tongue in cheek sarcasm' to be honest.


Do as you're told and be suitably offended.

I thought it was people with underlying health problems that were most at risk, not humour itself.
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