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Posted 23 August 2023

Tesco Broccoli 375g (Clubcard Price)

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Clubcard price makes this the cheapest in supermarketland by a decent margin. Aldi selling at 69p but that's for 360g not the 375g on offer here. 375g of the Aldi broccoli would cost 72p.

Offer ends 28/8/23

A bit of an underrated superfood is broccoli.

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  • Tesco Broccoli 375G

  • Pack size: 375G
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Edited by a community support team member, 24 August 2023
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  1. deleted1949126's avatar
    Tell me an exciting recipe for broccoli
  2. themachman's avatar
    One a side note. If you like Broccoli and I presume you do. otherwise you wouldn't be looking at this
    Try Romanesco Broccoli if you can.
    it's so nice, not available everywhere, but got some in M&S today
    Willy_Wonka's avatar
    That is gross!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Please remove the photo
  3. deleted17634's avatar
    For balance we get this most weeks and never been let down yet. But we don't order online, always best to see what you are getting and don't be afraid to have a good old rummage.
    HappyShopper's avatar
    This comment could also be applied to any Love Honey deal.
  4. Willy_Wonka's avatar
    Is this a kids size 3 or a proper size 5?
  5. Doomaga's avatar
    Broccoli in my local Tesco has been terrible for so long. Always browning on the stem, dirty or dark spots all through the smaller stems. Turns my stomach
    17_Canberra's avatar
    If you can try Sainsbury's or Morrisons usually very good but give Asda a miss theirs tastes revolting.
  6. Martin_MacLeod's avatar
    Saw them in my local Tesco in Inverness, they are tiny!
    deleted17634's avatar
    They are (or should be or TS will not be happy) at least 375g, which seems to be bigger than most supermarkets, including Aldi.

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