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British Strawberries 1KG Only £2.95 at Aldi Instore

British Strawberries 1KG Only £2.95 at Aldi Instore

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Instore only, subject to availability.

This unpredictable problem has been caused by the warmer weather that we've been bathing in over the past few months.

When this happens, farmers often choose to sell the fruits super cheap so that the stock doesn't go to waste, but it does leave them out of pocket.

Normally, the budget supermarket will order an exact amount but now they've snapped up 112 tonnes extra stock to help the farmers shift it.

Just to put that into perspective - that's another 9MILLION strawberries.

And they're paying the growers the same fixed-price for the fruit and has decided to sell bigger punnets for less instead.

At the moment, the store sells strawberries in tubs of 400g which cost £1.39. That means you'll need to spend £3.48 on two-and-a-half tubs to get a kilo.

The bigger strawberry punnets will cost only £2.95 a kilogram - a saving of £2.09.

What do you think of this The Sun deal?
Rochycoo
Rochycoo2 months ago

Asda have 300g for £1.09, works out a bit more expensive but I couldn’t get through a kilo of strawberries on my own!

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loowoo
loowoo2 months ago

ty

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BBT
BBT2 months ago

Amazing deal thanks for sharing x

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Freefunstuff
Freefunstuff2 months ago

Thanks

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RebeccaUK
RebeccaUK2 months ago

I love ove love British strawberries. I feel a trip to Aldi coming on (luckily we have one in town) 😍 💕

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davekay
davekay2 months ago

What a great find! Thank you very much 🙂

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KazLou
KazLou2 months ago

Ty

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garygemmell
garygemmell2 months ago

Eat em quick though i had mine and after two days they were already going mouldy - best in the fridge i think!

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Rockman
Rockman2 months ago

garygemmell I was gonna say that. Strawberries are only good for a few days and then they start to get rotten.

Even so, the rotten ones are good too. Cut 'em to pieces, add some (pure) wine, white sugar (not a fan of yellow sugar but it's still suggar) and leave it in the fridge for a while.

I bought like 2-3KG of strawberries for €2.50 and still haven't eat them all yet.

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garygemmell
garygemmell2 months ago

Rockman Naw bananas and strawbs when they go mouldy i just bung em in my blender and make a smoothie - my stomach is like iron i never get ill - ate some mozzarella last night bit whiffy 2 months out of date but tasted fine on my nachos - my girlfriend goes mad at me trying to save food and not throw it out lol

I hate wasting anything from food to petrol I am very environmental with the accent on mental as you ken lol

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ChristineGorton
ChristineGorton2 months ago

Great deal thanks

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rfcjackie
rfcjackie2 months ago

Brilliant deal TY for sharing

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Rockman
Rockman2 months ago

Alright price. I typically buy strawbs from an old fella that sells fruit/vegs down the road 2 days a week. Cheaper than supermarket prices and better quality.

The whole QC is entirely subjective so I don't take it too seriously when I see it on a package.

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JackieWilson387
JackieWilson3872 months ago

I had these the other day and they were the most amazing strawberries

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Allison688
Allison6882 months ago

Time to make some jam me thinks... thanks for the heads up

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EllaAlexander1
EllaAlexander12 months ago

Ty

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mmokane24
mmokane242 months ago

yes a kilo is a lot but you can make smoothies and Jam or you can just freeze them in batches

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Rockman
Rockman2 months ago

Freeze strawberries? I guess that's an option but in normal conditions they only lasts a few days before it starts getting out of shape.

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JessHindle
JessHindle2 months ago

Wow. Thank You Very Much for sharing this amazing deal

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