Cheapest Christmas turkey in UK supermarkets: Aldi sells best value fresh turkey in 2020
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Aldi turkey will be the cheapest traditional big bird shoppers can find in UK supermarkets this December. It comes in three sizes to feed all but the biggest families.
The three sizes start with small, weighing 2.00kg to 4.49kg and serves six to 11.
The medium weighs 4.50kg to 5.99kg and serves 11 to 14.
The large weighs 6.00kg to 8.00kg and serves 15 to 18.
These birds are Red Tractor certified.
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Aldi said they are “notably rich to taste, with a juicy tenderness that will make sure it’s the talk of the table this year!
“The perfect sidekick to your Christmas day feast, this turkey is sure not to disappoint – just don’t forget all the tasty trimmings, of which Aldi has an abundance to choose from.”
Each Aldi fresh turkey, crown or whole, sold will see Aldi pledge £1 to the Neighbourly Foundation.
The supermarket expects to raise over £400,000 to help fight food poverty with this initiative, as part of its mission to support the Neighbourly Foundation in helping to look after the health and happiness of communities across the UK.
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The turkeys are available in store from December 19 while stocks last.
How much do other supermarket turkey’s cost?
Lidl turkeys are selling from £3.21 per kg with Iceland at £2.78 per kg.
Tesco and Asda’s turkeys start at £4 per kg.
For Christmas food in general though, Morrisons is the cheapest supermarket for Christmas dinner this year, according to new research.
Online price tracking website, Alertr.co.uk, reviewed supermarket prices.
Morrisons’s average Christmas dinner cost £52.75, research found.
Second cheapest was Asda, at £56.61 and then Iceland at £57.16.
Most expensive was Waitrose, £88.50, and then Ocado, £85.30.
For those who cannot bring themselves to cook, Christmas dinner delivery is on the menu.
Food delivery service Gousto is helping customers celebrate Christmas with all the trimmings this year.
On dates, the Christmas Dinner recipes are available to order from December 1, with delivery from December 12 up until December 24.
Each item comes ready to be cooked, with them being labelled and indicating which items need to be kept in the fridge.
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