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|tescos corn fresh bread is very nice 160p of nice bread with a large slab of blue cheese and onion is my fav meal|
|ostrich meat is horrible I will stick to my fillet any day
fillet steak is unbeatable|
|Tesco will find it hard to compete on price with lidl etc. The ancillary stuff like clubcard, systems to process customer buying, multiple choice of every product etc etc must cost a fair bit and they are costs you don't have when you packem high and sell em cheap.
The main pull to lidl for us now are the ostrich steaks, a couple of quid for two, really lean and tender, great meaty flavour, very much like a high quality steak from a bullock. Do tesco have a range like that? I've not seen it in our mega local. lidl still have a naff image, but that's changing, and i'm not sure tesco is any more upmarket, or less downmarket, than aldilidl these days. I can't really see how tesco and the others can stop lidl growing and pinching more of their turnover.|
|Come on van, customers are not fools, if you try those tricks you lose custom very quickly. High street butchers have to work hard to offer quality and to maintain a loyal customer base.|
|My brother in law was apprenticed at a 'local butcher' he was shown how to use sleight of hand to pop the scrag ends into the customers order for topside, and how to make up the weight of sausages by adding some of the sawdust they used on the floor and how to add a lump of pig fat into the giblets of the fresh farm chicken. :-)|
|I prefer to buy meat from our local butcher. It is slightly more expensive but fresher and you know where it came from. They have a number of farms in the area and an abattoir, so everything is home reared and has never travelled more than 25 miles rather than half way around the world.|
|#891 Instant Typhoid (corned beef) in 1964.|
|We've been importing South American beef for a couple of centuries, it's the home of Fray Bentos and Oxo, beef from Uruguay and Argentina.
The horse meat problem was European and in particular Irish.|
|Come on Tesco. Stop horsing around..
Tesco in hot water with UK farmers over imported beef
Farm organisations in the UK have blasted Tesco’s decision to stock Argentinian beef in a number of its stores.
Argentina meets with OIE over tackling disease
Argentina’s food officials have met with the head of the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) to discuss the country’s progress in improving veterinary standards and eliminating disease.
|Where are you portside1 I'm missing your rants of verbal diarrhoea......|
|Ricer93, Wilkos is a discounter, its the opposite end of the scale.
As for why not Waitrose, the Fish Counter there is far superior to my Tesco counter and the prices may be a little more expensive on the Fresh Line caught but even the Farmed fish looks better than what Tesco Sell.
I've had some stuff cheaper at Waitrose over the past with various Discounts that Waitrose offer, such as the extra 20% off they give on there pick your own of 10 items and get an extra 20% off.
When you have 3 Hereford beef 10% fat for a Tenner then get 20% off the full price of each item not the £10, it works out cheaper than what I can get in Tesco and sometimes better quality too.|
|spoke to soon jp should opened over 10m more shorts|
|Why are you comparing Waitrose anyway? Is it not for the high end that one? Why not Sainsbury's...|
|Johnwise, its called loss leaders. Gets certain people into the store to buy a particular product in the hopes you'll pick up something else more expensive or they have a huge batch they just want to dump and won't restock.
Plenty of products out there across the ranges that vary in every store.
My favourite eggs in Tesco are cheaper than they are in Waitrose by about 40p a box.
My favourite Choccie bar in Tesco is Cheaper than Waitrose.
My nice bottle of wine in Tesco is cheaper than Waitrose by about £1.
Lots of examples, but some things in Waitrose are nicer than tesco such as the Fish Counter where they actually sell proper Line Caught Alaskan Salmon, where as Tesco have Alaskan Salmon as Fresh, Farmed??? Not exactly Alaskan then is it.|
|WE MUST BE CLOSE TO NEWS AS JP ARE CLOSING ITS SHORTS THE BANK THAT HHAS ALL THE INSIDE INFO AND THE fca NOT LOOKED INTO ITS DEALINGS I WILL PHONE THEM FOR ANSWERS WHY THEY HAVE NOT|
27 Apr '17 - 08:16 - 19880 of 19882 0 0
Large bags of dried cat feed nuts at Tesco £5.75 same bags at Wilko £3.50 ?
L'Oriel hair colour Tesco £5.00 Wilco £7.00..............swings and roundabouts, we can all find such differences but overall Tesco are cheaper, Wilko of course don't sell food staples.|
|so are we now going to get news in the next couple of weeks|
|jp over feb and march traded with holdings of around 35m buying and selling daily .
they now hold less than 1m in shorts and longs . and they are the bank advising lewis|
|Large bags of dried cat feed nuts at Tesco £5.75 same bags at Wilko £3.50 ?
New Study Suggests Ways Big Four Can Win Back Market Share Back From The Discounters
Retail consultancy Newton has launched a new report entitled ‘Beating the Discounters’, which examines how Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons could regain market share back from the discounters
|Great buy been adding this week in for a long term hold, so have patience, TCG, FOXT, BP. GSK added and I expect (MIN) to double from 10p within a month.|
|'you do not know who I am I give blood have given over 128 pints'
Let's hope those poor souls that received his blood can be traced, they will need serious help!!|
|For charity Porty
|Nobody likes that though but there is nothing you or I can do about it. It's the same as the McCanns, biggest cover up in history. 13 million of tax payers money wasted on a total charade. Then there is politicians going after the man in the street and small business whilst letting big corporations get away scot free. The list is endless. Again nothing Joe Public can do about it.|
|amoore , you do not know who I am I give blood have given over 128 pints
I give over 20k a year to charity . but I do not like directors fiddling figs to get millions in bonuses when the fact is the share price tells you all about the real figs at Tesco . no divs for holders no bonuses for directors simple has that
all the talk of recovery well the 8b in m/c fall since aug 2014 says it rubbish were is the evidence . lets all hope that I am wrong|
|I don't get irritated by his lack of intelligence. I get irritated cos he is a vile human being.|