Warburtons gluten free white loaf 300g £1.49 - Lidl
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Warburtons gluten free white loaf 300g £1.49 - Lidl

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Found 5th Mar
Warburtons gluten free white loaf 300g found in my local Lidl - Mirfield West Yorkshire. I'm presuming it's nationwide as I haven't seen it before. Not many left though.
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There is some bread left in Lidl???? 🤤
poshaffi22 m ago

There is some bread left in Lidl???? 🤤



Is there any bread left in the UK?
poshaffi45 m ago

There is some bread left in Lidl???? 🤤


My Lidl had three days worth of bread come at once unfortunately a lot got thrown away
Lidl Mirfield.... wow it’s been so long I used to work there brings back some memories 😯
connorb132 h, 19 m ago

My Lidl had three days worth of bread come at once My Lidl had three days worth of bread come at once unfortunately a lot got thrown away



I went to my local supermarket today and the shelves were bare of loaves. They did have some rolls, so I can do kids lunches tomorrow but I was a bit surprised. The roads have been fine for two days, so I expected there to be at least something.

I went on Tuesday afternoon before "The Beast" and bought an extra loaf on the basis of the weather forecast, and a bit of a hunch that things were going to kick off - and the shelves were overflowing, which sort of surprised me then. Our conclusion is that lots of people are idiots. This is also the impression of someone I know who works in the local highways department and has been talking to people who have been out clearing roads and rescuing idiots. Our assumption is that people didn't take heed of the forecast, didn't stock up before the storm, were surprised, during the storm - that the shops were shut or empty, and have now panicked after the event - in case "The Beast" comes back. Even though the forecast is for mild weather for at least a week. Ho hum - what an earth will happen if there's a real crisis?
VDisillusioned6 h, 4 m ago

I went to my local supermarket today and the shelves were bare of loaves. …I went to my local supermarket today and the shelves were bare of loaves. They did have some rolls, so I can do kids lunches tomorrow but I was a bit surprised. The roads have been fine for two days, so I expected there to be at least something. I went on Tuesday afternoon before "The Beast" and bought an extra loaf on the basis of the weather forecast, and a bit of a hunch that things were going to kick off - and the shelves were overflowing, which sort of surprised me then. Our conclusion is that lots of people are idiots. This is also the impression of someone I know who works in the local highways department and has been talking to people who have been out clearing roads and rescuing idiots. Our assumption is that people didn't take heed of the forecast, didn't stock up before the storm, were surprised, during the storm - that the shops were shut or empty, and have now panicked after the event - in case "The Beast" comes back. Even though the forecast is for mild weather for at least a week. Ho hum - what an earth will happen if there's a real crisis?



I must admit I’m guilty of panic buying I bought an extra 2lt of milk
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