Farmfoods or Iceland???

(6 Posts)
MomaP Sat 26-Jan-13 10:50:50

A lot cheaper* sorry.

MomaP Sat 26-Jan-13 10:50:18

A lot cheap.
For example - Heinz salad cream, it's £1, whereas supermarkets, it's about £2.50.
Hovis thick bread, usually 2 for £2.20 in supermarkets, but its 2 for £1.20.
Bistow gravy is £1 for a huge tub.
Fantastic prices.

The only things that stay around the same price no matter where you go is brand named breakfast cereal.

bubbakin Fri 25-Jan-13 21:59:37

brilliant, how do their prices for branded goods compare to other major supermarkets.

LegoAcupuncture Fri 25-Jan-13 21:37:02

Iceland,purely because you can buy Greggs frozen goodies there.

MomaP Fri 25-Jan-13 21:35:54

Definitely has to be Iceland for me.
For one, there's a lot more brand named foods, but more importantly, Iceland holds so much more fresh food.
Fresh Veg, Fresh fruit, loads of fresh meats, a bigger variety. I'd definitely say go for Iceland. grin

bubbakin Fri 25-Jan-13 21:32:07

Hi
My husband has been given vouchers from work & I thought I'd be sensible boring & use some of them on food rather than spend them all on clothes & treats!! However I can only use them in Farmfoods or Iceland & I've never shopped at either store so not sure which is best, in terms of quality, and whether they only sell frozen goods or can you get tins/bread/cereals/washing powder etc
Thank you

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