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Peter - My Lidl
Frozen jacket potatoes are a quick and tasty meal with the addition of toppings. Are you likely to stock them?
We like this too - have stocked up on it from other supermarkets from time to time (we used to buy Clausthaler years ago -that was great) The Bavaria alcohol free is a good product, there's very few ingredients in it, and it has a nice light flavour that goes really well with many meals when you don't want an alcoholic drink. I really enjoyed it, and it used to be quite cheap in Asda but then they stopped having the bottled version and went over to tinned - v. poor value. We've also bought it from Morrisons and and I think Tesco. We just about cleared the shelves of it a few times, then I think what happened is that they realised people were buying this in favour of the other alcoholic drinks and put the flipping price up to match those - even though it contains no alcohol therefore lower tax and is presumably cheaper to make and sell.
I agree. Really wish Lidl would stock an alcohol-free beer. It's the only thing they're lacking from a really impressive wine and beer selection.
They were superb and disappeared last Autumn.
Please, please, please, Lidl, bring them back!