Indeed. Here is the deal https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/meridian-peanut-butter-470g-smooth-or-crunchy-ps2-each-at-asda-3784273?utm_source=mappshare&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=3784273&utm_campaign=2021-09-08
Better value and normal bbd in Asda. 470g for £2 https://groceries.asda.com/product/nut-butters/meridian-smooth-peanut-butter/1000269073927
Good stuff but normally go for the Aldi 100% peanut one nowadays. 😁 (y)
This is the best price you'll find generally, without the involvement of Amazons conditional ways! ... and are fantastic for Xmas gifting!(thanks for posting this Umar, been looking for 3 for Xmas) Unfortunately, l wasn't able to find a regular store here in Coventry, as the only one is a limited items shop within in a petrol station!!(Ansty Road)
Chocolate companies: Be treat wise. Also chocolate companies: We sell 1kg bags...
A quick jaunt to spar on the way home methinks. Home cinema night snack sorted. Now for something for the rest of the family.... (cheeky)
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And what is your point? You only looking to make sure a British farmer is having their pockets lined? Wise up.
You do realize that although the extra goes to the farmers, they're not all necessarily British farmers it goes to.
While I agree with your premise that wages in general should be higher and supermarkets are not necessarily to blame for milk prices, they are a huge contributing factor as they have simply threatened to buy elsewhere unless the farmgate price is lower. The EU had a disastrous approach to the production of milk and it's enabled supermarkets to be even more powerful. Now we're in a situation where automated milking is the only truly profitable way to have cows for milk (unless you diversifying into milk based products) and this is killing off small farmers who used to employ locally and keep wages higher. Especially as funding for small business is getting harder and harder to access. Now who keeps/makes the profits? Big companies dominating the market but working at lower margins and the people designing the milking machines! £1?! Buy cheaper bread! However, I'm happy to pay £1+ for good quality bread because it lasts and is filling. Though, tbh, my other half makes bread and we freeze a lot of it. I also eat a lot of rye based breads which I believe are better value. Though bus fares, absolutely, they need to be lower. But heck, that has more to do with local authorities than anything. As we have seen in London where the mayor bothered to get involved, costs can be more reflective of use if those in power can be bothered to challenge the existing structure. Though jesus, London is still very expensive.
Couples with babies go through it like tap water. So disagree
er.... ok.. i guess on your high horse you see things different. when you say "take a holiday to Eastern Europe" ! that must be nice... i havent had a holiday in 13 years. i go to work to pay bills and feed my family, thats it. i dont have loads of extra cash for luxury family holidays or a car. i earn enough to keep a roof over my family and pay all the bills.
Great price mate! I love Galaxy my favourite none premium brand chocolate (I like Lindht and Thornton's and some other pricier ones too) but galaxy is usually alot more cost effective) Heat added for your deal mate!
Think they're always this price in farmfoods
Like it when I see a local deal! Will check Davenham later (embarrassed)
Excellent price for Spar.
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Tony's chocolonely £2.50 at local Spar (Staffordshire)£2.50
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Nice one. Thanks for taking the time to share your first deal @Charlene_Dykes
Its banging, expensive though.
Nestle are not a nice company.
You're right. Nestle is a company with a vile reputation.
Nestle products are not nice or the company? (confused) I think Nestle is a disgusting multinational corporation, they're evil, look up the things they've done But I do like their products over (poo) Cadbury makes nowadays