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Unread 25-07-2022, 06:25 PM
Bunker Buster
 
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We’ve finally full transitioned from Sainsburys/Morrisons/Asda to Lidl/Aldi with B&M, Iceland and Quality Save thrown in. Can’t see is ever going back to ‘the big 4’. Actually prefer Lidl to Aldi and we do the main shop there (Perlenbacher Reds)…which is nice.
Lidil reds

Fresh bakery - pretzels
Iced coffees
Choc milk
Fish pie deluxe range
Spanish month
Double strength cordiol
Reeces pieces

The app is banging also.... ££££
 
Unread 25-07-2022, 06:56 PM
Sharders
 
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We’ve finally full transitioned from Sainsburys/Morrisons/Asda to Lidl/Aldi with B&M, Iceland and Quality Save thrown in. Can’t see is ever going back to ‘the big 4’. Actually prefer Lidl to Aldi and we do the main shop there (Perlenbacher Reds)…which is nice.
Started going to Aldi after they built one quite close to us about 4 years ago. Went for fresh food initially because it was dirt cheap and very good quality. Now buy everything there pretty much. Good quality in my opinion for day to day. Not tried lidl. Don't get supermarket snobbery. It's called being savvy. Do like m and s occasionally though.
 
Unread 26-07-2022, 10:21 AM
windy waffles
 
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Price of alcohol has stayed, pretty much, the same.

Every cloud and all that...
 
Unread 26-07-2022, 10:35 AM
red red robbo
 
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Chance of this thread now desolving into brexit : inflation 20 to 35pc
I want it noted that I was not the first person to mention it, or even hint at it
 
Unread 26-07-2022, 10:57 AM
Spock
 
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tesco own brand butter seems to have jumped from £1-40 summat to £1-75
 
Unread 28-07-2022, 11:59 AM
92ToBury
 
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Crisis - McD's have put the cheeseburger up from 99p to £1.19 after holding the price for 14 years.
 
Unread 28-07-2022, 12:01 PM
Sapien
 
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Bought a KitKat chunky the other day. Was f***ing tiny, only slightly larger than a single finger used to be.
 
Unread 28-07-2022, 12:12 PM
Finport Red
 
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Bought a KitKat chunky the other day. Was f***ing tiny, only slightly larger than a single finger used to be.
Did you just eat it instead?
 
Unread 28-07-2022, 12:24 PM
My Name is Heath
 
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Lidil reds

Fresh bakery - pretzels
Iced coffees
Choc milk
Fish pie deluxe range
Spanish month
Double strength cordiol
Reeces pieces

The app is banging also.... ££££
German supermarkets >>> UK supermarkets
 
Unread 28-07-2022, 12:36 PM
armchair
 
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The biggest increase in prices that I've noticed is in pet food.
 
Unread 28-07-2022, 01:08 PM
Finport Red
 
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The biggest increase in prices that I've noticed is in pet food.
This was predicted fairly early on.

Both our local Tesco are out of dentistix. Have been all week.
 
Unread 28-07-2022, 01:13 PM
armchair
 
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This was predicted fairly early on.

Both our local Tesco are out of dentistix. Have been all week.
Maybe part of this:
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Tesco will temporarily stop selling some major pet foods including Whiskas, Dreamies and Pedigree following a dispute over pricing.

Owner Mars has stopped supplying six brands to the supermarket, which also includes Sheba and Crave.

The move comes just days after a previous dispute with Heinz over a similar issue.
https://www.tyla.com/news/tesco-mars...iskas-20220705
 
Unread 28-07-2022, 01:19 PM
Finport Red
 
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Probably. Didn’t know that.
 
Unread 28-07-2022, 01:33 PM
guerreiro
 
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The biggest increase in prices that I've noticed is in pet food.
Even here in Australia the cat food shelves are usually quite bare. Presume a lot of it is down to the supply chain crisis going on. Chinas COVID policies are still backing up shipments up, putting shipping costs up etc…
 
Unread 28-07-2022, 01:37 PM
red red robbo
 
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The good news is, Heinz backed down I believe, so hopefully the same will happen with pet food.
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