***** Aldi super six offers *****

edited 6 November 2009 at 12:47PM in Gone Off!
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  • StompaStompa Forumite
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    JackieO wrote: »
    ...grapes look good value although in Sainsburys they have had a decent long lasting grape at £1.50 the aldi ones seem to go mouldy very quickly
    Aldi grapes seem to last us around 5-7 days. I've just read though that they keep longer in the fridge, so I might give that a try.
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  • TravellingAbuelaTravellingAbuela Forumite
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    Stompa wrote: »
    Aldi grapes seem to last us around 5-7 days. I've just read though that they keep longer in the fridge, so I might give that a try.

    I buy Aldi grapes and always keep them in the fridge. I have kept them for up to 3 weeks that way and none have gone mouldy on me.
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  • mamanmaman Forumite
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    I buy Aldi grapes and always keep them in the fridge. I have kept them for up to 3 weeks that way and none have gone mouldy on me.


    Same here. DH has a few on his muesli each morning with various other fruits and they keep fine in the fridge.
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    MeeMee Forumite
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    edited 9 August 2017 at 3:59PM
    Well done on keeping the mould away for three weeks. I find after 10 days they just don't taste as good - mould or no mould. But then I tend to buy discounted grapes for 10/20p.
    Free thinker.:cool:
  • redfoxredfox Forumite, Board Guide
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    the new Super 6 from today until 30th August are:

    Sweet corn cobs (2 in pack)
    Kiwi (6 pack)

    at 49p

    Nectarines (4 pack)
    Peaches (4 pack)
    Beef tomato

    at 45p

    Mango

    59p
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  • pamsdishpamsdish Forumite
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    One for the parrot again.
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  • robin58robin58 Forumite
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    Thanks Redfox, was beginning to wonder what the not so super six would be.

    Peaches maybe. Anything else, meh..
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  • MysteryMeMysteryMe Forumite
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    pamsdish wrote: »
    One for the parrot again.


    Certainly is!
  • ALIBOBSYALIBOBSY Forumite
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    Just for info we found the sweetcorn was delicious steamed with butter, kids loved it so will be stocking up again.

    BTW do people really have grapes more than a couple of days lol, between the six of us they barely last 2-3 days here :)

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  • mamanmaman Forumite
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    DH has grapes, just a few most days on his muesli with other fruits and nuts. That way a pack can last at least a week. We find they keep best in the fridge.
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