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Lurpak X3 500g £6.99 at Costco
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1.5kg for £6.99 £3.75 usually at Tesco on offer for £2.75 now so 3 for £7 is an excellent price Starts Monday http://wc4.net/t?r=5944&c=5271&l=1&ctl=1B672:C91EA8… Read more
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spiderbifida

I sneezed all over my toast this morning. I can't believe it snot butter

blaser

You're confusing Lurpak spread and Lurpak butter, the spread has oil in it, butter doesn't. You cannot label something as "butter" if it has oil in it, except using phrases such as "I can't believe it's not butter".

classygear

Your on your own there and I certainly do t think the rest of the world will agree with you...it’s real butter made with milk not vegetable oil. The lurpak spreadable in the tub however does have vegetable oil in it which makes it easy spreadable but NOT the block

imranbashir_uk

https://www.lurpak.co.uk/our-products/lurpak-slightly-salted-butter/ The website disagrees with that statement

imranbashir_uk

The picture says made with 100% fresh milk though...

2 x 250g Lurpak Spread Lighter / Slightly Salted £2 @ Heron Foods Smallthorne
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Posted 6th JulPosted 6th JulLocalLocal
2 x 250g Lurpak Spread Lighter Slightly Salted. £2 or £1.69 each. Found at Heron Foods Smallthorne. Next cheapest price, Tesco £2.20p per tub. Looks like it may be national.
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nandito

Bought some today. Date is 21/7/2020

Reality

What's the date on them?

Lurpak (Unsalted / Slightly Salted / Lighter Salted / Lightest Salted) 500g £2.50 @ Tesco
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Posted 4th JunPosted 4th Jun
Lurpak (Unsalted / Slightly Salted / Lighter Salted / Lightest Salted) 500g £2.50 @ Tesco
£2.50£3.7533%Tesco Deals
Important. This deal is not a guarantee there will be any stock in the store, so please don’t make a trip you wouldn’t have made otherwise just for this item. Please shop responsi… Read more
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rs804069

Absolute nonsense, Aldi/Lidl stuff is nothing like Lurpak and most certainly isn't identical taste wise.

Besford

Not true. Some other own brand stuff is awful but the Aldi/Lidl stuff is identical. Look for the butter content on pack too.

Mizz_Chilli

The Lidl one is pretty decent

Ratonhnhaké

Agree, I always used to buy Lurpak, I gave the Lidl one a go and couldn't tell the difference.

coolio28

What’s the big deal with Lurpak? I bought the slightly salted one and can’t really tell the difference compared to other butter brands. Nothing on Bertolli olive oil butter, that’s the dogs!

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Lurpak (Unsalted / Slightly Salted / Lighter Salted / Lightest Salted) 500g £2.50 / Tesco Fresh Soups (All Varieties) £1 @ Tesco
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Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
Lurpak (Unsalted / Slightly Salted / Lighter Salted / Lightest Salted) 500g £2.50 / Tesco Fresh Soups (All Varieties) £1 @ Tesco
£2.50£3.7533%Tesco Deals
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fablanta

Spreads are not natural butter; they are butter with around 25% added vegetable oil. The higher the oil content the easier they are to spread. You only get true spreadable butter in warm weather or you give a block of butter a few seconds at low power in the microwave (but you have to be a Jedi master not to end up with a pool of liquid butter). Lurpak (the brand) also make cheese so you can't just call something Lurpak and assume that people will automatically know what you mean.

JimmyMcSamson

If your downstairs area fell into this tub, how long would it take for the slab of fat to drip away? Asking for a friend

MildmanneredCalvin

Could always mosey round Home Bargains for some world famous 79 p butter instead :D

sandraknowles65

It's lurpak spreadable just softer than blocks

Marcus_72

Spread should only be around £1. Lurpak is nowhere near as nice as butter. Better off buying proper butter

Lurpak Butter Box (slightly salted) 225g - £1.50 @ Waitrose & Partners (Min basket £60)
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Lurpak Butter Box (slightly salted) 225g - £1.50 @ Waitrose & Partners (Min basket £60)
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rosalina1818

I love it, but unsalted butter for me only.

mmhhll

Lurpak tastes the best in my opinion but I don't buy it as it isn't salted enough.

coldpop

Not really butter........ ;)

unclecuddles

Prefer Country Life myself. Should buy British rather than this import.

fizz

They could have made the box to fit the standard size. Cardboard must be cheaper than foil. Guess they are trying to get us used to smaller size.

2 x 250g, Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable "Lighter" - £2 instore @ Heron Foods, Abbey Hulton
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Posted 15th FebPosted 15th FebLocalLocal
2 x 250g, Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable "Lighter" - £2 instore @ Heron Foods, Abbey Hulton
£2£4.4055%Heron Foods Deals
Should be national. 2 x 250g Slightly Salted Spreadable "Lighter" £2. Or £1.60p each. Seem to be £2.20 per pack everywhere else. Found Abbey Hulton.
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DominicPTS

Or even 20 days or 20 weeks in some cases. Some stuff is fine 20 months later (dried stuff or canned stuff)

flipper118

Ha yes, i found some sesame seed oil dated 2009 in my cupboard the other day. But one of my new years resolutions is not to eat outdated food. Unless its fruit, or veg, or cereal, or biscuits, cake...i could go on :3

Toxic_Waste

It's criminal, to see how much perfectly good food is chucked out because it's 20 minutes out of date.

flipper118

Lol, thank you :D

Magister

"short-dated"

Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable (250G) £2 for 2 @ Heron Foods
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Posted 8th FebPosted 8th Feb
Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable (250G) £2 for 2 @ Heron Foods
£2£3.3841%Heron Foods Deals
Feels like a really good price here for the spread - one can be had for £1.69 or even better 2 for £2 - usually retails for around £2 for 1. Hope it helps someone.
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YouTalkinToMe

Absolute nonsense

YouTalkinToMe

Fair enough. Each to their own.

rs804069

We also tried Norpak, absolutely awful and nothing like Lurpak.

JamesSmith

I remember when things like the Polaroid price glitch were considered a deal.. Buttah!

powerbrick

And all the better for it (y)

Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable 500G at Tesco for £2.75
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Posted 26th JanPosted 26th Jan
Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable 500G at Tesco for £2.75
£2.75£3.7527%Tesco Deals
Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable 500G
TheHun6

Well they certainly can't call it margarine. That's a really, dirty filthy word! :o

stokie

I get real butter and keep an amount out of the fridge that i will use in a few days, or if I need some in a hurry just nuke it for a few seconds ;)

bracey100

its well out of date no wonder it wrecked your bread

TheHun6

Great tasting butter, but still needs to be Lurpak soft out of the fridge to avoid ripping the bread to shreds.

kfs

President is made with buttermilk, not vegetable oil. Currently 2x250g £3.50 at Waitrose, even pricier, but tastes more like proper butter. Still harder out of the fridge than Lurpak, but spreads easily on toast.

2 x Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable 500G for £5 @ Tesco
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2 x Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable 500G for £5 @ Tesco
£5£7.5033%Tesco Deals
£2.50 a tub, great price!
exmoormaid

Make your own you can add oil to make it spreadable

Superscrimper

It freezes beautifully.

Pookster2000

Kerrygold is real butter... try it!

Pookster2000

Willow.....Vegetable Oils in varying proportions (Palm, Rapeseed), Water, Buttermilk (10%), Salt, Emulsifiers (E471, Sunflower Lecithin), Colour (Carotenes), Flavouring

Swarfega

It doesn't get more british than this. Aruging about butter.

1kg Lurpak Spreadable @ Lidl £4.99
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Posted 26th Nov 2019Posted 26th Nov 2019
1kg Lurpak Spreadable @ Lidl £4.99
1kg of lurpak what more do you want available in store from 29th November
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zinglebarb

infinately worse than leaving block butter out or mashing it a bit. If gonna bother go butter

milk2gogo

The rapesead is only added to 100% Lurpak butter, to make it into a "spreadable" version. 8) ... & is infinitely better than using palm oil! (y)

healthandsafety

Excellent price for the Best Spreadable !!

healthandsafety

Well done Lidl !!

col11

Just managed to swop us from this ridiculously pricey stuff to Aldi's own brand and everyone is happy!

Lurpak Butter 500g x 3 £6.99 @ Costco - Starts 25/11/2019
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Posted 21st Nov 2019Posted 21st Nov 2019LocalLocal
Lurpak Butter 500g x 3 £6.99 @ Costco - Starts 25/11/2019
£6.99£8.9722%Costco Deals
Lurpak Butter 500g. Slightly salted. From the new booklet that arrived today starting for 3 weeks from 25/11/19 3 x 500g. No VAT.
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Lurpak 500g £2.75 @ Tesco  Instore and Online
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Posted 22nd Sep 2019Posted 22nd Sep 2019
Lurpak 500g £2.75 @ Tesco Instore and Online
Lurpak 500g £2.75 @ Tesco. Instore and Online. Until 01/10/19 For those who swear by Lurpak. We actually prefer Aldi's Nordpak or Lidl's Danpak, but some of my friends say they d… Read more
Unnamed

Yes, the last time I checked Lurpark and Norpak have exactly the same % butter. Will recheck and confirm. I don't like the new 'softest' version Aldi have bought out, picked it up without looking at the ingredients only for kids to moan it tasted like "crap" margarine; they were right. We wont be buying Nordpak softest again! Will stick to Nordpak. P.S. When did they add the 'D' to Norpak?

Besford

Not the last time I checked.

arcticchimp

Norpak has less % butter from what I remember

melted

500g Country life in Tesco is only £2, only 50% butter though. https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/253002927

DavidL

Tesco own brand is £2.20 and higher butter content.

Lurpak Butter 500g x 3   £6.99 @ Costco - Starts 19/08/2019
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Lurpak Butter 500g x 3 £6.99 @ Costco - Starts 19/08/2019
Lurpak Butter 500g. Slightly salted. From the new booklet that arrived today. 3 x 500g. No VAT. Costco.
andrewfiddler

The offer on lurpak 500g blocks is back on from 25/11/2019

Tom_777

Just a little FYI - these are double sized blocks (normally 250g) works out £1.17 a block which is an absolute steal for Lurpak

252Scooby_

I can’t believe it’s not pixilated :3

BritishDragon

Must be how wide it spreads

thehiggsboson

can someone explain was is going on here...?

Lurpak Butter Block - slightly salted 250g £1.70 at Iceland
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Lurpak Butter Block - slightly salted 250g £1.70 at Iceland
£1.70£215%Iceland Deals
£1.70, was £2.00
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rosalina1818

Yes, block butter the best. Bit hard to spread on bread, but I always only keep a quarter of it outside the fridge and it's spreadable then.

Pinksparkles1973

Errr thanks for that history lesson in butter there! (:I Ewww the tub stuff sounds rank when you put it like that, only block butter for me from now on!..... if my hips and a.s.s grow then I'm blaming you! :p

snapdragon

Not really. Plasticised vegetable oil flavouring and stabilisers are much more tasty. Seriously though, it was invented during rationing as a butter substitute.

Cherry13

Yes and much more healthier as well

Pinksparkles1973

Seriously though, is the block much creamier and tastier than the tub? (shock)

Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable 500G (From 8th May ) - £2.50 @ Tesco
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Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable 500G (From 8th May ) - £2.50 @ Tesco
£2.50£3.7533%Tesco Deals
Blended Spread 78 % (52 % milk fat & 26 % rapeseed oil) No Ifs. No Buts. Cook Unleash your inner cook at lurpak.com To create Lurpak® Spreadable, we blend pure Lurpak® bu… Read more
Willozzy

FFs as if I missed this :'(

Searcher2

When I last checked it was the same percentage content of butter as Lurpak. I have moved over to Norpak (from Aldi) as I can't be bothered hunting down Lurpak offers which are still more expensive on offer and I am not sure I can tell the difference. However, hot for the price if you want Lurpak.

secretmsg

Lurpak is the best..

alibalibee1982

The aldi one is fab! Been using it a while and think I actually prefer it now.

everypennycounts

Nothing beats lurpak

Lurpak Spreadable - All Varieties (500g) - £2.75 @ Morrisons
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Lurpak Spreadable - All Varieties (500g) - £2.75 @ Morrisons
£2.75£38%Morrisons Deals
All varieties on offer in Morrisons
Cheap_as_Chimps

I can't believe it!

healthandsafety

The Best!!

srichardson1

Good find, thanks for posting! :D

omair

This is not butter.

Musicrab

I can't believe spreadable butter is so expensive. Hot!

Lurpak 750g - Slightly Salted and Lurpak Lighter Slightly Salted Spreadable Now £4 at Asda
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Lurpak 750g - Slightly Salted and Lurpak Lighter Slightly Salted Spreadable Now £4 at Asda
£4£4.5011%Asda Deals
Decent price on these - works out cheaper than the 500g offers - normally £5.50 but now £4 instore & online This works out at 0.005333p per gram compared to 0.0055p per gram f… Read more
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tadcaster

Country life is £2.29 for 500gms at Homebargains just as good and not halal certified !

Funkadelic

Heat for this deal, just bought some (y) I think it is 0.5333 pence per gram! (shock)

wishihadadonkey

No problem, hopefully it will help those who don't have an Iceland or Morrisons nearby, this works out at 0.005333 per gram compared to 0.0055 per gram for the 500 g / £2.75 offers, so is slightly cheaper :)

19DembaBa19

I have seen this Instore but Iceland deal is better 500g for £2.75 so cold for me

Lurpak spreadable 500g £2.75 Iceland online and instore
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Lurpak spreadable 500g £2.75 Iceland online and instore
Lurpak spreadable 500g salted unsalted softest etc all £2.75
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davroz72

£3 now still good

chitychatty

Hmm, I wonder what happened over 2 years ago that could have put up everyday prices for millions of people? (annoyed)

JaneCobb

Brilliant, I'll have to try my hand at some.

Krizzo3

Gets complicated on massive scale with additives and other margin generating stuff, but for home use its simple..

JaneCobb

I didn't realise that was all there was to butter!

Lurpak Spreadable 500g £2.75 / Country Life Spreadable 500g £2.29 @ Home Bargains
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Lurpak Spreadable 500g £2.75 / Country Life Spreadable 500g £2.29 @ Home Bargains
Great prices on these (party)
milk2gogo

Lurpak is not made with palm oil - it's made with RAPESEED OIL. (y)

sumoqueen

Youll never spread a better bit of butter on your knife!!

steve765

Overall Lurpack tastes better than the cheaper options I would have to say but it’s not decent value per g/kg. I vote with my wallet also, not just by taste.

amzzzzyyyy

Yes

amzzzzyyyy

I only use butter for cooking instead of oil use the aldi lurpack on toast

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