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Total 0%, HOW MUCH!?!

#1
I can't get over how much some supermarkets charge for a little pot of Total 0%, 89p in Tesco and an even worse 98p in Asda! I know they've previously had it as low as 50p in Tesco and 40p in Asda at one point and I really begrudge paying nearly £1 for a piddly little tub. Grrrrr! :mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad:
Anyone know if it's cheaper or on offer anywhere else? I don't really like having to jump between shops for my weekly food but I can't keep paying £4 a week just on Total 0%.
 
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RubyMoss

Silver Member
#2
I know that the 500g tub of Total 0% (fat Free Greek Strained Yoghurt) is £1.86 in Asda. Not really answering your question though... xxx
 

evilpenguin

Not evil at all
#4
I'm pretty sure it works out cheaper buying the massive tub. Think mine cost about £2 at Morrisons
 
#6
I'm too fussy for my own good I think but it really does start to taste like crap after a few hours in the fridge and as much as I wish I could eat a whole tub in a day it would definately affect my losses lol
 

evilpenguin

Not evil at all
#7
Do you eat it with sweetener? Cos if you don't that could be why it tastes bad...........:p
 
#8
I find that the big tubs are a false economy as it seems to separate and isn't quite so nice. Yes, it is expensive (2% - my preference - is usually a bit more!). But it is so nice!

I do quite often get fromage frais instead - similar and half the price.
 

evilpenguin

Not evil at all
#14
What are you using it for? For cooking/baking you could use Quark instead, Morrisons have it for 65p-ish a tub just now!
 


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