TILDA 250G HALF PRICE 79P @ TESCO
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TILDA 250G HALF PRICE 79P @ TESCO

£0.79£1.6051%Tesco Deals
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Found 15th Nov 2017
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    Maybe write what it is in the title mate, first glance I thought it was stuff to help women at a certain time of the month, not rice
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    Woogass58 s ago

    Maybe write what it is in the title mate, first glance I thought it was …Maybe write what it is in the title mate, first glance I thought it was stuff to help women at a certain time of the month, not rice

    Lol. Why would it say 250G?
    Adhith19 m ago

    Lol. Why would it say 250G?


    I don't know, I've never studied the ladies stuff that closely to know if sold by weight or not lol
    Adhith40 m ago

    Lol. Why would it say 250G?


    Never mind the weight I can't believe they have never heard of Tilda
    just go in aldi and get the same thing for 42p. they have the healthy wholegrain rice at that price too
    monkeyma252 h, 36 m ago

    just go in aldi and get the same thing for 42p. they have the healthy …just go in aldi and get the same thing for 42p. they have the healthy wholegrain rice at that price too


    Aldi is not that good. Cheap broken rice. Grade B. No wonder the price is that low. You get what you pay for
    monkeyma253 h, 0 m ago

    just go in aldi and get the same thing for 42p. they have the healthy …just go in aldi and get the same thing for 42p. they have the healthy wholegrain rice at that price too


    Is the Aldi one Gluten free ?
    Gkay1157 m ago

    Aldi is not that good. Cheap broken rice. Grade B. No wonder the price is …Aldi is not that good. Cheap broken rice. Grade B. No wonder the price is that low. You get what you pay for


    can you provide any evidence...and what is the difference in the nutritional value?
    Domthedonkey34 m ago

    Is the Aldi one Gluten free ?


    it does not say so
    monkeyma253 m ago

    can you provide any evidence...and what is the difference in the …can you provide any evidence...and what is the difference in the nutritional value?


    It's not Gluten free so there's one reason why Tilda is more expensive then Aldi.
    Edited by: "Domthedonkey" 15th Nov 2017
    Domthedonkey4 m ago

    It's not Gluten free so there's one reason why Tilda is more expensive …It's not Gluten free so there's one reason why Tilda is more expensive then Aldi.


    yes hardly a dealbreaker to most of the nation
    monkeyma255 m ago

    yes hardly a dealbreaker to most of the nation


    Charming.
    Wouldn't it have been easier and better to have made a half price Tesco post rather than post them all separately?
    Aldi all the way.
    Domthedonkey3 h, 25 m ago

    It's not Gluten free so there's one reason why Tilda is more expensive …It's not Gluten free so there's one reason why Tilda is more expensive then Aldi.


    Tilda is gluten free says it on the pack
    Gkay111 h, 15 m ago

    Tilda is gluten free says it on the pack


    Yes I know,that's what I was saying,you usually pay more for Gluten free products,we only eat Tilda rice.
    If you have a B&M nearby this is usually the same price, some are even cheaper and a few varieties. I've got firecracker, brown basmati, brown basmati & quinoa in the cupboard at the moment. They also have a few flavoured - I know coconut was one and I'm sure lemon. This is both Preston city centre stores
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