Stork Original Spread 1kg tub for £1.50 @ Asda
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Stork Original Spread 1kg tub for £1.50 @ Asda

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Found 30th Oct 2015
Features

Perfect for cakes. Also great for flapjacks, muffins and brownies. Great for all-in-one method straight from the fridge. Easy measure guide 250g approx. Suitable for vegetarians.
Product Marketing

Did you know? Stork Tub has 66% less saturated fat than butter.
Manufacturer Marketing

By Appointment to Her Majesty The Queen Manufacturers of Food & Household Products, Unilever UK Limited, Leatherhead, Surrey, KT22 7GR
Further Description

Unilever is committed to sustainable palm oil. Please visit: unilever.co.uk/sus…ing Hungry for more delicious baking inspiration, friendly tips and expert advice? Visit us at bakewithstork.com
Regulated Product Name

70% Vegetable Fat Spread
Storage

Keep refrigerated Stork can be frozen for up to 3 months (defrost in refrigerator) Best Before - see lid
Storage Type

Chilled
Storage And Usage Statements

Suitable for Home Freezing. Keep Refrigerated.

59% Vegetable fat spread At the Heart of Home Baking. Product formulations may vary and consumers should always check the actual product label. Stork in a tub is ideal for evryday cakes and scones. Stork in a foil wrapper is best for pastry and shallow frying.
Lifestyle

Suitable for Vegetarians. Not suitable for vegans.
Allergy Advice

Contains: Milk.
Ingredients

Vegetable Oils in Varying Proportions (Rapeseed, Palm, Sunflower) , Water , Salt (1.5%) , Buttermilk , Preservative (Potassium Sorbate) , Emulsifier (Mono and Diglycerides of Fatty Acids) , Acid (Citric Acid) , Flavourings , Vitamin A and D , Colour (Carotene) .

11 Comments

Heat, £2 at Tesco.

Love this stuff caked on toast. Way better than those fake spreadable butters like Lurpak.

the original baking marg

is this nationwide

Original Poster

yes

"I like Stork margarine, because I've only got one leg."

The best marg for cakes but make sure you use the 00 grade mcdougalls premium self raising flour too! Great price although the £2 for 2x500g plus baking tray comes close at Iceland.

Stork is not nice on toast its yuck butter is the best on toast

Can't agree at all Stork is rank on bread and its even worse in a cake too -yuck yuck yuck

Love spoonfuls of Stork on crumpets. Mmmm! It isn't a Sunday if I haven't got Stork dripping down my chin. 1kg will probably last me about 3 weekends.

Great price
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