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The cost of food shopping
Topic Started: Sep 9 2012, 10:18 AM (3,898 Views)
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Bradley
Is spiralling out of control

Bread 1.20 ffs I remember when it was 40p a loaf

Son of 5euros loves crunchy nut clusters but they are a staggering 3.89

Nearly 4.00 for a box of cereal is mental, and now apparently carrots and bananas are set to sky rocket

Where will it end
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Dotty
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Just did my weeks shopping for £15.

You can always shop cheap enough, whether people are arsed to look around is a different story.
Edited by Dotty, Sep 9 2012, 11:39 AM.
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Monty
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20 Pot Noodles doesnt count as a weeks shopping.
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Dotty
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Pot Noodles are expensive.

Few veggies, some pasta, rice, chicken, steak and some spuds.
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stacie
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Bloody hell, what kind of meat and rice are you buying :blink:
flak and gary love stacie and weep sorrowful tears when she's not around

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Dotty
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tesco around the corner do 2 packs of past for £2.50 and 3 packs of rice for £3

All their own brands.
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Kingkev
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Own brand stuff can be cheap but alot of people wont buy it because it isnt a brand.name.shopping isnt that expensive
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BALLBAG
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Yea shopping isnt so bad once you shop aorund a bit. My sis has a habit of picking up literally anything when she goes alone. I save her a small fortune when I go with her. Its not hard to cut back abit and be clever about it
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Dotty
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You also have to balance quality with the price as well. I could go down to Lidl and save myself at least 20-30% on prices but the quality of the food is abysmal.
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im always picking up bargains

but your basic nessessities like bread,fruit and veg have gone through the roof
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Santi
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£5 for a Tesco's finest cottage pie.

Shocking.
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Dotty
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got a loaf of bread for 20p on friday, expiry date is today but if you store it in the fridge it does be fine.
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a small punnet of cherries 3 quid in most places

disgracefull
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Dotty
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forking cherries :rofl:

lmao, what average joe soap has any need for cherries
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Kingkev
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Lidl and aldi for fruit
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