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Asda Smartprice Reduced Fat Spread

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Manufacturer: Asda / Type: Spread

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      31.03.2010 17:41
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      I don't think I was being snobbish when I took 1 look at this in my fridge and thought that I wouldn't like it. I've had quite a few value foods and most of them are nice or pretty alright. I think it is always the packaging that is offputting as it makes it look a bit cheap and basic, but you often have to look inside to find something that's actually alright.

      This was next to all the other Butters and Spreads in the chill section in Asda. I only seen this in a 500g tub which only cost 32p. The purpose of buying it was the wife was doing her baking, and often uses cheaper ingredients as often it is alright.

      The tub is a rectangular shape and just a plain white tub with the light green writing on it. Nothing like the packaging that dooyoo are showing but that is how the Smart price range looked, which people should know as Asda's budget brand.

      After opening this it looks easy to spread and it was a very light yellow colour. Even after taking this just out the fridge this spreads on fresh Bread easy enough, and the wife says this cuts into cubes easy enough and creams up well with sugar - according to her.

      There isn't a huge amount of taste to this. It tastes pretty margarine like, and not too bad. It doesn't have an oily greasy taste but you know it isn't proper Butter.

      I would use this now and again as a spread for a sandwich, but have to say I prefer either a proper Butter, or the Butter substitute ranges out there as they just have a fresher nicer taste to them.

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