Perfect - thank you!
But the butter in Anchor spreadable is British, as is the rapeseed oil. I'm guessing the Aldi Norpak and Lidl Danpak use scandi butters. I prefer to support British farmers as much as possible, so always the Anchor or Country Life for me. There's also the fact that the retailer is British and more ethical, which are also important. I appreciate that others will have other considerations.
Yeah, like "stackable codes".
PYO 20% discounts always come off the UNIT price, either the SEL (Shelf Edge Label ie ticketed price) or if there's a yellow 'reduced' barcode sticker on the item, then off that yellow sticker reduced price. Hence £3.25 unit price = £3.25 * 20% * 2 = £1.30 PYO discounts. Multibuy discounts are completely independent of PYO so given normally ie 2 x £3.25 = £6.50 reduced to £5 by £1.50 saving. Hence £6.50 of items less £1.30 £1.50 = net £3.70 cost (net £1.85/item or a 43% saving over SEL) Tip: if you ever notice a vertical red bar down the SEL that should indicate that the line is included in PYO. You are entitled each calendar month to 10 changes of your PYO items. If you have the myWaitrose PYO App on your phone you can update your PYO picks in store (subject to how many changes you still have left) and as long as you have Confirmed the Unpick/Picks by the time you hit the tills you'll get the PYO 20% off! http://www.waitrose.com/home/mywaitrose/pick-your-own.html