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Surf Tropical Lily Washing Powder 80 Wash £6 @ Morrisons (7.5p per wash)
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Surf Tropical Lily Washing Powder 80 Wash £6 @ Morrisons (7.5p per wash)

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Posted 20th Nov 2019

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Good price, you need to amend to 80 washes. H x
helen.curry20/11/2019 06:09

Good price, you need to amend to 80 washes. H x


Thank you have done so
Good deal under the 10p per wash
This is live just now , it's in my local Morrison's .
Wow, great price. Beats farmfoods and I think there's is poor quality
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Misslovely20/11/2019 08:55

Wow, great price. Beats farmfoods and I think there's is poor quality


I have thought that there are different brand levels of this (and other products) depending on where purchased.

Farmfoods Surf powder isn't very 'powdery' it somehow manages to be both wet and dry, like they've stored it poorly or kept it in the freezer.

Same for their Ben & Jerry's Cookie Dough, it's horrible compared to other retailers.
deleted179453520/11/2019 09:21

I have thought that there are different brand levels of this (and other …I have thought that there are different brand levels of this (and other products) depending on where purchased.Farmfoods Surf powder isn't very 'powdery' it somehow manages to be both wet and dry, like they've stored it poorly or kept it in the freezer.Same for their Ben & Jerry's Cookie Dough, it's horrible compared to other retailers.


I noticed weetavix was a bit white and tasted awful. Definitely something dodgy
deleted179453520/11/2019 09:21

I have thought that there are different brand levels of this (and other …I have thought that there are different brand levels of this (and other products) depending on where purchased.Farmfoods Surf powder isn't very 'powdery' it somehow manages to be both wet and dry, like they've stored it poorly or kept it in the freezer.Same for their Ben & Jerry's Cookie Dough, it's horrible compared to other retailers.


Seriously! Is this a national conspiracy? People have said the same thing before but i never believed it, how can they produce things at different quality levels and keep tabs on where it goes. I always thought the main supermarkets get the fresh stuff and as times goes by places like Heron foods and the pound shop get second dips.

I can understand the washing powder being wet and dry as i do think Farmfoods keep the washing powders near the freezers.


Thanks OP
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NuffinisFree20/11/2019 14:47

Seriously! Is this a national conspiracy? People have said the same …Seriously! Is this a national conspiracy? People have said the same thing before but i never believed it, how can they produce things at different quality levels and keep tabs on where it goes. I always thought the main supermarkets get the fresh stuff and as times goes by places like Heron foods and the pound shop get second dips.I can understand the washing powder being wet and dry as i do think Farmfoods keep the washing powders near the freezers.Thanks OP


Do I detect a hint of sarcasm??

There are definitely different brands making different products at different prices for different markets.

Heinz Mayonnaise in Farmfoods there are two different varieties, the large 'seriously' branded bottle is different to to the small 20% extra bottle.

Perhaps they are made in different factories, different production lines or different days.

Many factories (food) have a deep clean day where they then produce allergen free food following huge clean down. KP make both Hula Hoops and Aldi/Lidl own brand hoops. It does happen. Nothing to do with tinfoil hats and conspiracy theories.
deleted179453522/11/2019 09:43

Do I detect a hint of sarcasm??There are definitely different brands …Do I detect a hint of sarcasm??There are definitely different brands making different products at different prices for different markets.Heinz Mayonnaise in Farmfoods there are two different varieties, the large 'seriously' branded bottle is different to to the small 20% extra bottle.Perhaps they are made in different factories, different production lines or different days.Many factories (food) have a deep clean day where they then produce allergen free food following huge clean down. KP make both Hula Hoops and Aldi/Lidl own brand hoops. It does happen. Nothing to do with tinfoil hats and conspiracy theories.



There was no sarcasm, it was a genuine query.

Misslovely commented that the surf washing powder sold in Farmfoods was not of the same quality as the surf washing powder sold in Morrisons and your comment implied that the factory produced different levels of the same product for different stores.
My query was just to enquire if this was true, how could they make the products superior/inferior yet package it exactly the same.

Note this is completely different from saying that 1 factory makes 10 different types of custard creams for different brands as each product is clearly packaged differently.

The same goes for big and small products, are the heinz beans in the tiny tins the same as the beans in the massive catering tins?
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NuffinisFree22/11/2019 12:04

There was no sarcasm, it was a genuine query.Misslovely commented that the …There was no sarcasm, it was a genuine query.Misslovely commented that the surf washing powder sold in Farmfoods was not of the same quality as the surf washing powder sold in Morrisons and your comment implied that the factory produced different levels of the same product for different stores.My query was just to enquire if this was true, how could they make the products superior/inferior yet package it exactly the same.Note this is completely different from saying that 1 factory makes 10 different types of custard creams for different brands as each product is clearly packaged differently.The same goes for big and small products, are the heinz beans in the tiny tins the same as the beans in the massive catering tins?


Every pack is batched and coded.

Every production line will have a record of each batch and they'll be stored on pallets in the warehouse/distribution hub.

I really don't think it would be too difficult.
When does this offer end was it in-store only?
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