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All Peas Discounts, Offers and Sale - August 2018
There are several food which I can never work out the difference between the value and ordinary range, which is one of them. I mean what on earth can be the difference between mushy peas? Same with flour - what actually is the difference? I've asked in store and no one is ever able to tell me
Gr8 price. I personally don't like mushy peas, but am thinking laterally, n wondering whether to add them along w other ingredients to make Veggy Burgers....
Thanks for donating to foodbank. By the way for those interested, the foodbank app on iOS while terrible, will most likely tell you what foods your local foodbank has a need for and what foods we have too much of. Foodbank Greenwich for example will not need pasta and baked beans for the foreseeable future. Matter of fact, donating those items creates a problem as it fills up space that obviously needs to be paid for. Foodbanks are not allowed to give away food other than their remit, I.e. to families with slips. Mushy peas are always helpful I suspect, but make sure you check the app or with your local foodbank directly, because with all the good will in the world, occasionally a donation can create more issues than it solves.
Got some from longton a week or so ago
I got these the other week at Kingsway Store in Dundee. They were on an end aisle away from the normal canned veg and marked reduced to clear.
I love happy socks, always get compliments on them. Bought some as presents, thanks!
Thank you wasabi conniseuir.
I like them too. The taste is not the issue I just want people of this parish to understand what they are eating or not eating.
And yet after reading all of that, these still taste nice.
For those who maybe interested, wasabi paste in Japan is just normal horseradish and mustard even in most sushi restaurants. Real wasabi is grated there and then as the taste is only good for 15 minutes. Interestingly wasabi peas are not that common in Japan.
Even the Chinese don't like to buy food produced in China. Especially after the milk powder thing a few years back.
Good job someone put '29p' between 'Peas' and 'at' in the title ;).
4 for a pound at Asda. KTC brand. In case you haven't got a home bargains close by.
When I was younger I refused to eat marrowfat peas as I beloved that they had marrow in them!! ;( ;( ;(
Smaller cans than normal but the price more than matches that. Good find OP.
All this just for some chick please eta really get this going why don’t you buy a 2 kg pack of dried chick peas and soak them in water over night and for. £3.99 pack you can fill about 30 tins (lol) If you want them More cheaper buy a 100kg sack you can get them even cheaper if you buy a ton bulk bag of chick pease
Ok, if you're willing to get fleeced for tins instead of conforming outside the 'norm' then carry on. All I did was make a suggestion where it's possible to get tins cheaper but no you just had to turn it into a comment battle just like I saw you regularly turning the misc section into a 'Brexit vs HEAWD war' almost daily which then led to action from the moderators trying to stop such conversation comment wars. Want to know why Asian Supermarkets tend to be cheaper for 'Asian foods'? I'll enlighten you to the facts - far less overheads, lower bills (some by way of electricity and gas meter manipulation), closer ties with certain community food suppliers getting prices down, and paying employees (in some cases, *well, I can't mention the two words otherwise this comment would be taken down for political reasons (clue - the two words appear a lot especially on the Daily Mail website)*) in most cases far less than the minimum wage (cash in hand, so no obvious way of checking via documentation, and no easy way to get the owners caught and charged with the crime/s). I don't need to post 'proof' because there are many different 'Asian Supermarkets' with different names out there and if I did post a picture or 'proof' it would obviously be from a shop nowhere near where you could easily access (which if you had a brain cell to think and realise that was the case, you would not have made a fool of yourself here with such an outlandish claim). *Drops mic* Boom!
Do these cans have ring pull lids? I hate using tin opener.
Asian markets nowadays are not selling these even for 12 for £3. Best price locally for me is £4 for 12 pack. It's possible that prices may reduce nearer to ramadhan but im bot expecting a drop to anything lower that £3 for 12 tins. Some lesser known brands may dip below £3
Very good price for chestnut mushrooms. Got some today. Coconuts for 39p next week!
Sorry only just saw your post but its been answered anyway. Aldi/lidl no longer better for veg/fruit prices in general and less shelf life as well imo.
Just curious really, I grow most of my own stuff from seed. Thanks for the info though might help others.
Well I know Morrison's Wonky Carrots 1kg are only 35p, their Cauli 72p and the Cabbage 42p if that helps, they also have Parsnips 500g at 28p , Onions 1.5kg at 42p and 2.5kg wonky potatoes at 87p , most of which I bought today.
I would like to know which other supermarkets are selling any of this veg at this price a link would be helpful. :)
Yap, full order refunded (y)
I just got a refund for full order too!
Interestingly it states 4.8kg as weight, which is about right for 12 cans. Definitely ask for the missing quantities if they deliver only single cans. Most likely they’ll refund full amount inc postage.
Ordered this morning just got delivered and they sent 10 tins instead of 10 times 12 😡
Just had my delivery and no case but cans! Called amazon whom told me they are currently investigating as I am not the only one who’s on the same boat as they had lot of complaints, they agree there was an error on website and have taken the item off the website. They cannot do anything yet until they have investigated what has happened and will call me back! Told them to take back the shopping as I don’t want it, he said to hold on to it until he gets back to me with answers.. (devil)
Go look up the dictionary definition of what a deal is then come back to me. Also look up value judgement and numpty.
It's a deals site "mate", not for a standard price. And I was asking a question, I think I would know the difference. Maybe you shouldn't make assumptions and should get a thorough understanding of this site and maybe play with the traffic.
You weren't simply asking a question and you clearly don't have a true understanding of this site.
Simply asking a question, as this is a deals site. If this is isn't a deal then why post it? Cold for the non deal and colder for your attitude.
Agreed they aren't guilt free but compared to normal (Walkers etc) these are around 66% less fat. I like 'em. Good deal.
They might be called fulton foods where you are
where are these stores nothing in sw
worth for the money. love it
Love these thanks op
If it's dreadful, it's because you're not making the most of it. :)
Warning, these are not made with chicken!
Chick Peas great for Carp fishing
Remind me of student days
Fresh Ginger, but wind is v common :D . Vegetarians best friend ... put them in a salad, make hoummus out of them, or curry them
Waitrose ipswich took only PYO £1.20 off. Queried it but assistant said sometimes it does not accept 2 offers at same time...so bought 1 for £1.60 Not cheap:(
Trying to get my head around this.... £1.60 each with pyo discount. = £4.80 for three 3 for 2 = £3.20 for three Where have I gone wrong? Can't get it to £2.80 Edit. OK, got it. This is cheapest product free, not 3 for 2. So £4 for 3, less pyo discount on all three = -£1.20, So £2.80 total. Got there in the end! Thanks, op. Hot..or will be as soon as I cook them!!! :D
All gone I think? Shows at £9.47 for me
Homemade is best, it's true, but the rest of this is total and utter nonsense. Organic Pears 79%, Organic Peas 14%, Organic Broccoli 7%, Organic Lemon Juice Concentrate "Has links to long term problems such as excema [sic].... All the preservatives are dangerous in the long term" What, lemon juice?!! What's your source for this pseudo-science garbage?
yeah I guess working for baby food producer for a number of years is ignorance (lol) (lol) (lol)
it tends to display first ingredient in the name that it tastes of if that makes sense. most are apple or pear based so no added sugar is needed too.
The ones I've seen saucy young ladies using don't seem to have an obvious way of plugging in USB devices!
Stop it you two.
Hurry only 3 left
...but will it work afterwards, and more importantly who even needs that many USB ports there?
Worth mentioning this also comes up regularly on santander my offers and halifax cashback rewards, typically 10%. There's one 5 minutes from me never tried it.
Love flaming Grill restaurants. Actually serve what i'd call PROPER food (not tarty/poncy food or microwaved weatherspoons type meals) - not suitable for toffee nosed snob types though
Will beat the cack I've had at my local 241 😷
not great ,arctic roll always a quid in Morrisons. 22 b eye nuggets easy to find at about £1.50. Chips that size a quid generally, peas £1.50...
how nutritious...... all processed rubbish
Ooooooohhh Artic Roll not had one of those since the early 90's
3 of the 4 things that make up any council estate diet. Hot.
Nutritious. That's your 5 a day covered right there
I think I still got a two year old pack in the bottom of my freezer - that's how often I eat them (horror)
We got some Faggots and mash with ours
All this talk about mushy peas I went out and picked 2 bags up and some suet puddings as well which are also cheaper then the supermarket as it made me hungry. XD
B&M bought out heron foods the other week, so not sure how much heron foods will change in the future.
We have Heron Foods in Halifax also 2 for a pound but Jack Fultons has a bigger bag 900gm if I remember for around 80p.
How is this a deal?
I'm in Derby, but have also seen them in Walsall, nottingham, sheffield as well
And where are you?
4 for £1.00 at Heron..
we sell them 3 tins for £1in Poundworld and have them in stock