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Thread: Frugal Groceries in England
08-06-2010, 11:40 AM #16
cheap but good shopping
as anyone else tried netto i love the deals that they do every week.
08-07-2010, 05:17 AM #17
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10-16-2010, 02:12 PM #18
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I'm lucky in that I have lots of supemarkets to shoose from within a few minutes walk. I like Aldi for their quality and they also have abot 6 different fruit/veg offers every couple of weeks which make sit worthwhile, also their freerange eggs are only 85p for 6 medium or 99p for large. I also use Netto. I get their leaflet every week and work out if there are any offers I can stock up on. Farmfoods is another good one for milk and bread as they do 2x2 litre semi-skimmed or whole milk for 1.50 and 2xHovis loaves for 1.00. They also have 4 tins of whole or schopped tomatos for 1.00. And I keep a good look for offers in Morrisons and Iceland. I use Tesco from time to time but as it is outside the town centre and I don't have a car I don't go often. Also don't find them that cheap on a lot of stuff. I can often find cheaper.
I'm lucky because I have time to shop around but it does pay off. I spend between 50 and 75 a week for 6 adults.
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