Food > Frags. But I agree. Whilst in the supermarket why not have both, eh?
I posted this deal at my local Asda in Melksham on friday and it was rejected due to it not being "Essential Travel", perhaps I should have put a jar of jam that was on special offer next to it (lol) (lol) (lol)
Prayers to the jam gods were answered: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bonne-maman-strawberry-conserve-370g-ps150-min-spend-delivery-fee-applies-at-tesco-clubcard-3659971
Do you think we will ever see £1.50 / jar again now we are post-Brexit? Am sure Tesco had them at that last year, although I think I could be mistaken and it was actually pre-Covid19 (confused) Love Bonne Maman but "make do" with the Aldi Specially Selected these days...
The world’s greatest jam
Yes. Delicious and very fruity.
Far too much added sugar. The Intense version is better on that front but obviously expensive. St Dalfour has no added sugar or sweeteners, they use fruit juice concentrate. Usually ££2.20-2.30 for a 284g bottle.
Posted 27th JanPosted 27th Jan
Bonne Maman Creme Caramel, Brulee, Rhum Baba & Chocolate or Riz Au Lait Pots £1.66 (Min spend / delivery fee applies) @ Waitrose£1.66£2.5034% offWaitrose Deals
Decent offer on these Bonne Maman range of desserts
I don't know who Bonne Maman is, but she's got some lovely looking tarts.
Never tried these before
We normally do a weekly shopping before this virus issue. Our trolley used to be full. :) People would suspect us of hoarding. Usually we consumed a lot of meat & fish in our house. Our Sainsbury's has now enforced restriction, so we'll have to visit it more often now ... maybe 3 or 4 time per week. We're trying to stay away from crowded places & shopping centres.
Posted 25th Feb 2020Posted 25th Feb 2020
Bonne Maman Yoghurt with a Raspberry Layer 4x125g Half Price £1.25 @ Tesco£1.25£2.5050% offTesco Deals
Half Price From Tomorrow 26/2 Raspberry compote layered yoghurt Made using only the freshest whole milk to create a thick, creamy and deliciously smooth natural yoghurt serv… Read more
Where would be helpful (esp re, the "better" cheaper bit) ?
Not bad price but... If you check the nutrition you get only 50g fruits per 100g of this product and lots of sugar. Very nice looking jar but you can get much better conserve or jam for the same price or even cheaper.
The wild blue berry is a gem. Otherwise homemade. Thanks op
They make nice jam. The french jams sold are generally very good quality. There are a couple of other makes equally good. Only Wilkins jams are on a par IMHO although Morrisons expensive line of jams are decent too and Marksies best value per pence. But I like the French ones