THE For Farmers range at Morrisons, which gives customers the chance to support British farmers by paying a little more for products, includes four pints of semi- skimmed milk, £1.32, a 350g block of extra mature cheddar, £2.44, and £2.15 for a 300ml pot of double cream.
Farrington’s Mellow Yellow Cold Pressed Rapeseed Oil, 500ml, from a farm in Northamptonshire, is down from £4.50 to £3.50 at Sainsbury’s.
For a speedy supper, Bannisters Yorkshire Family Farm six Little Jacket Potatoes – which cook in just three minutes – are down from £2 to £1.50 at Morrisons.
Asda has Longley Farm Bio Natural Yoghurt, 450g, at 78p.
Drink up a deal on Lincolnshire-made Belvoir Fruit Farms Cordials, down from £3.15 to £2.50 at Asda.
Sainsbury’s Taste the Difference ice cream range, including Madagascan Vanilla, £3, are produced by husband and wife team Peter and Carol Duncan, who get the milk for their products from a farm five miles down the road in Devon.
Asda’s Extra Special Wyke Farms Extra Mature Cheddar, 480g, was £3.50 now £3.
Get a fifth off Waitrose Somerset Cheddar mature strength 5, was £4, now £3.20. It is hand-made in Somerset by third- generation farmers Johnny and Peter Alvis, using milk from their own and other local herds.
Save 50p on Morrisons award-winning The Best Mature Red Leicester, 200g, made at Belton Farm in Shropshire by the Beckett family since 1922, now £1.70.
Sainsbury’s has Hoads Farm six medium free-range eggs, £1.75, with Sussex-based Hoads donating 1p for every dozen sold to Kent and Sussex Air Ambulance and London Air Ambulance.
Get three for £10, or £4.30 each, on Waitrose Hereford lean beef mince produced from Hereford cattle, 10 per cent fat.
Made using apples grown in Herefordshire, including Tillington Ladies’ Finger, Bulmers Norman, Mitchelin, Dabonnet and Yarlington Mill, Co-op Irresistible Tillington Hills Dry Cider, 500ml is £2 at the Co-op.