The major supermarket selling Christmas veg for just a penny

Aldi and Lidl supermarkets recently battled it out for the lowest vegetable price as the UK prepares Christmas dinner.

Much to the delight of the buyers, the two inexpensive retailers offered vegetables for 19 pence each.

But now another big supermarket has trumped them both, selling vegetables for just a dime.

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Iceland has cut the price of potatoes, carrots and sprouts to just 1p per bag – and also offers free delivery.

To redeem the offer, all buyers must go to the Iceland app and enter the code “ICE1VEG” at the checkout.

The only problem is that the offer is currently only available online – but when Manchester Evening News reporter Checked in Old Trafford for next day delivery with multiple spots available so well worth checking out.

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Full List of Christmas Vegetables Included in Iceland’s One Penny Sale:

Fresh vegetables;

  • Iceland carrots, 800g, 79p
  • Icelandic parsnips, 660g, 79p
  • Iceland broccoli, 400g, 79p
  • Iceland British Brussels Sprouts, 500g, 79p
  • Iceland savoy cabbage, 1 piece, 79p
  • Iceland kale, 200g, £ 1.00
  • Icelandic green beans, 220g, £ 1.00
  • Island Sugar Snap Peas, 160g, £ 1.00
  • Iceland Large Flat Mushrooms, 250g, £ 1.00
  • Iceland Closed Shell Mushrooms, 300g, £ 1.00
  • Island Farmers Market Button Mushrooms, 125g, 65p
  • Icelandic chestnut mushrooms, 250g, £ 1.00
  • Icelandic brown onions, 3-pack, € 1.00
  • Island Red Onions, 3-pack, £ 1.00
  • Iceland onions, 1kg, £ 1.00
  • Icelandic traditional mashed potatoes, 400g, £ 1.00
  • Mash Direct Carrot, Parsnip and Beet Puree, 400g, £ 1.00
  • Island Baby New Potatoes with Herb Butter, 360g, £ 1.00
  • Iceland carrot beater, 300g, 70p
  • Iceland Stew Pack (Onion, Swede, Parsnip & Carrot), 900g, £ 1.00
  • Iceland sliced ​​soup vegetables, 320g, £ 1.00
  • Icelandic garlic, 4-pack, £ 1.00

Frozen vegetables

  • Iceland garden peas, 800g, £ 1.00
  • Icelandic button sprouts, 900g, £ 1.00
  • Island Country Mix (Carrots, Peas, Cauliflower, Green Beans), 900g, £ 1.00
  • Iceland broccoli florets, 800g, £ 1.00
  • Island Baby Carrots, 900g, £ 1.00
  • Icelandic cauliflower florets, 800g, £ 1.00
  • Iceland Very fine whole green beans, 900g, £ 1.00
  • Island florets mix, 800g, £ 1.00
  • Island Petit Pois peas, 600g, £ 1.00
  • Icelandic florets and carrot mix, 900g, £ 1.00
  • Iceland Mixed Vegetables 900g, £ 1.00
  • Iceland Sliced ​​Green Beans, 650g, £ 1.00
  • Icelandic tender broccoli, 180g, £ 1.00

The Icelandic website also states that there are thousands of next day delivery times available.

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Richard Walker, Managing Director at Island, said: “Christmas has become more important than ever this year as families lost valuable time together last time. We are therefore pleased to support our customers in reducing the costs of their banquets and in releasing a further 180,000 delivery spaces by Christmas Eve.

“It’s not just about winning the battle for the cheapest supermarket vegetables – we wanted to make sure that everyone can have a nice Christmas with their loved ones without having to worry about the money hangover that often ensues.”

Earlier this month, Iceland said it would not monitor the rules for face masks in stores.

Richard Walker, executive director of the Iceland frozen food chain, said they would instead focus on “the long-term recovery of the main drag”.

Mr Walker said workers in the workshop should not be asked to intervene if they spot someone without a mask and that Icelandic workers would not monitor policies in their stores.

He told Good Morning Britain, “When you walk in, there will be posters in the window asking you to put on a mask.

“The store manager can even politely ask them to enter the store if they aren’t monitoring the policies in their stores.

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