It's alright in a 3rd world Brexit Britain you can still buy smartprice beans for 23p and spaghetti hoops for 13p. Yeah the pound falling can be to blame but come on you know items have been getting smaller and more expensive long before Brexit ever happened.
£1.09 in B&B for 3 cans, £2.19 for 6 cans. At least, that's what I was told as there were no prices on the shelf edge. Home Bargains has 4 for £1.49.
What...wait...when did this become a deal for 3 tins? I been out of the country for 2 weeks but wth dont Home Bargains, Iceland and B&M offer 3 tins for £1 any longer :/
Best beans was the 'no frills beans' from kwik save for 2p a tin, you could fill your boots for £1 (lol)
There was a time when baked beans could be had for 8p. And doubtless 1p. It’s called inflation. And it was made worse on imported raw materials like these by BREXIT when the pound fell.