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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Gone Off!
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  • surfsistersurfsister Forumite
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    I've been Money Tipped!
    dlusman your posts are appreciated and any others do carry on please!
  • DinglepussDinglepuss Forumite
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    A cheapo own brand made with Red Tractor milk (how do they milk a tractor???) and rapeseed oil whereas many main brands are laced with Palm oil. I post this incase, like me, thread members might be trying to avoid palm oil where possible at a realistic price.
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    Ken68 wrote: »
    Unsure how prices will be after Brexit. Surprised there has been no definite information.

    Possibly because there's no definite information about Brexit, let alone what'll it'll do to prices?
    Plus why would they give their competitors a heads up months in advance?
    All shall be well, and all shall be well, and all manner of things shall be well.

    Pedant alert - it's could have, not could of.
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    The import tariff is a known figure whether pre Brexit or afterwards, not confidential. These numbers should have been known to the voters before the original referendum.
    For example..oranges within the EU come from Spain so after leaving we will get them from maybe South America...so how much will they cost compared to the price now.
  • Some Home Bargains stores are selling 500g tubs of Free dairy & gluten free rapeseed spread for 59p.
  • The fruit juice for us too, it's very good and great value at the reduced price.
    Ken68 wrote: »
    The import tariff is a known figure whether pre Brexit or afterwards, not confidential. These numbers should have been known to the voters before the original referendum.
    For example..oranges within the EU come from Spain so after leaving we will get them from maybe South America...so how much will they cost compared to the price now.
    If you are really so concerned surely you could do your own homework?
    Oranges for example are protected in the EU by high tariffs to protect Spanish producers.
    South African oranges are much cheaper than Spanish oranges so it's possible that prices for those could be cheaper.
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