Here are a few deals which have featured in the Food & Drink category in the past:
- Exclusive £60 Off Your First Order at Virgin Wines
- £15 Off First Grocery Orders Over £60
- 45% Off Classic Steak Selection at Donald Russell
- 10% Off Your First Order at Whittard of Chelsea
- 50% Off Selected Groceries at Morrisons
- £20 Off your First Online Shop on Orders Over £100 at Waitrose
- £5 In Points When You Spend £25 at Holland and Batrrets
- £5 Off Your Next Order When You Spend £30 at Sainsbury's
- Free Delivery On orders £25 at Iceland
- Save 15% On When You Buy Two Or More Cases at Tesco Wine
Don’t miss the most up to date deals, discounts and voucher codes from the biggest specialist food, supermarkets and wine merchants around.
How to Redeem a Voucher Code
Hey there savvy shopper, want to get your hands on some tasty discounts? Silly question – of course you do! Well, you’ve certainly come to the right place. We’ve sweeped the entire internet (almost), to bring you this handpicked selection of discounts on the finest food and drink around. Here’s what you need to do to take advantage:
To get your hands on these amazing offers just have a browse, and when something catches your eye, give it a click. On the next screen you’ll see your code - copy using CTRL and C, or by right clicking your mouse and selecting COPY. Now click the green button to be redirected to the merchant website. When you get there, fill your basket with all the goodies you want and, when you have finished, head over to the payment area. Here you should find the box for your code, paste it in using CTRL and V, or by right clicking and selecting PASTE, click apply and enjoy!
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If you’re on a bit of health kick, you’ll find a wide range of healthy alternatives and meal replacements in the Sports Nutrition & Diet category.
How can I be sure the products I buy are certified organic?
Organic foods are those which have been produced using environmentally and humane farming techniques. In order to be classed as organic, the products and manufacturing process are subject to stringent regulation. The best way to tell if the product is organic is by looking out for the Soil Association symbol.
What is the difference between best before date, sell by date and use by date?
One of the biggest forms of waste occurs when we throw away food which is past the best before date. What most of us don’t realise is we actually end up wasting money by throwing out food which is still perfectly safe to eat. The ‘best before date’ refers to the fact that, after the date has passed, the food will still be edible, though it may not be at its best – this is often the case with tinned goods. A ‘sell by date’ is simply for the reference of retail staff – if you’ve passed this date and the food looks and smells fine, it will probably be OK to eat. You’ll see this on packets of salad. But a ‘use by date’, such as those seen on meat and milk, means the product will be unsafe after the prescribed date.