[Rollback] Anchor Spreadable - 500g - £2 at Asda
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[Rollback] Anchor Spreadable - 500g - £2 at Asda

£2£3.2538%Asda Deals
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LocalFound 17th May
Include lighter spreadable as well.

Decent price for a 500g tub.
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Was literally just posting this myself so heat added, you beat me by 30secs! Light version also same price, butter is rarely 2 quid any more.
PJDiddy9 m ago

Was literally just posting this myself so heat added, you beat me by …Was literally just posting this myself so heat added, you beat me by 30secs! Light version also same price, butter is rarely 2 quid any more.


But this is not 100%. Just a blend?
PJDiddy14 m ago

Was literally just posting this myself so heat added, you beat me by …Was literally just posting this myself so heat added, you beat me by 30secs! Light version also same price, butter is rarely 2 quid any more.


I’m so sorry. Promise to delete mine if I see yours.
This stuff is normally stuck to the bottom of my fridge
54% butter
Tastes ok but too much colour added. Looks unnaturally yellow. Mrs topazz always goes for Lurpak spreadable which is 64% butter and (i think) contains no added colour. But £2 for Anchor 500g is a bargain.
Edited by: "topazz" 18th May
mango88810 h, 22 m ago

This stuff is normally stuck to the bottom of my fridge


But pretty useful in my household. I must say !:D
topazz5 h, 28 m ago

Tastes ok but too much colour added. Looks unnaturally yellow. Mrs …Tastes ok but too much colour added. Looks unnaturally yellow. Mrs topazz always goes for Lurpak spreadable which is 64% butter and (i think) contains no added colour. But £2 for Anchor 500g is a bargain.


Spot on. Rarely this gets down to £2.
topazz6 h, 15 m ago

Tastes ok but too much colour added. Looks unnaturally yellow. Mrs …Tastes ok but too much colour added. Looks unnaturally yellow. Mrs topazz always goes for Lurpak spreadable which is 64% butter and (i think) contains no added colour. But £2 for Anchor 500g is a bargain.


Butter is naturally yellow - its only pale and insipid when cows aren't raised on pasture but kept indoors and feed grain!
dazza9916 m ago

Butter is naturally yellow - its only pale and insipid when cows aren't …Butter is naturally yellow - its only pale and insipid when cows aren't raised on pasture but kept indoors and feed grain!


Great. Thanks for the insight.
dazza992 h, 8 m ago

Butter is naturally yellow - its only pale and insipid when cows aren't …Butter is naturally yellow - its only pale and insipid when cows aren't raised on pasture but kept indoors and feed grain!


True but Anchor spreadable's vivid yellow colour is not entirely due to happy moo cows grazing contentedly in lush pastures but the result of adding a colourant (Beta Carotene).
topazz34 m ago

True but Anchor spreadable's vivid yellow colour is not entirely due to …True but Anchor spreadable's vivid yellow colour is not entirely due to happy moo cows grazing contentedly in lush pastures but the result of adding a colourant (Beta Carotene).


The jury seems to be out on this.
viniteng14 m ago

The jury seems to be out on this.


Oh ye of little faith. Perhaps this will convince you.... CLICK HERE Here's another factoid, since 2012 Anchor butter is no longer imported from New Zealand. It's made from the milk of good old miserable British cows. You'd never know that from the clever marketing. It's presumably the marketeers who insist on making the butter colour brighter than the sun. I rest my case.
Edited by: "topazz" 18th May
topazz1 h, 32 m ago

Oh ye of little faith. Perhaps this will convince you.... CLICK HERE …Oh ye of little faith. Perhaps this will convince you.... CLICK HERE Here's another factoid, since 2012 Anchor butter is no longer imported from New Zealand. It's made from the milk of good old miserable British cows. You'd never know that from the clever marketing. It's presumably the marketeers who insist on making the butter colour brighter than the sun. I rest my case.


Personally, I feel proud to be British and our products !
viniteng4 h, 38 m ago

Personally, I feel proud to be British and our products !


Err..... i rather think you missed the point but we're both happy so let's leave it there.
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