Asda Smart Price Pitta Bread Reviews
Product Type: Asda Snacks
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Bread
Newest Review: ... for him since there is a lot that can be done with them filling with both hot and cold fillers or as a snack, even putting ... more
by - written on 09/07/10 (Very useful, 43 readings)
As many of you who read my reviews will know, I am on a diet and have recently lost two stone. I have also lost quite a bit of money, trying to keep up with my high cost dietry needs. It can work out really expensive when trying to accomodate low fat varieties and keep the rest of the housemates happy. I have recently decided, that I am going to try the value range of foods, which will help me spend less on groceries and also allow me extra money from my budget to spend on fresh fruit. Therefore, when I was in my local Asda the other week, I picked up a pack of six smart price pitta breads for a staggering 19p. What an absolute bargain. The breads ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/04/10 (Very useful, 72 readings)
Recently I've been spending a fortune on my work lunches, simply because I have been too disorganised to plan and buy ahead. However, last week, when I checked my bank balance I knew that something drastic had to be done... so off I popped to Asda intent on purchasing some cheap lunch items. One of the items I spotted was a pack of six Smart Price pitta breads, at 19p they seemed like a complete bargain - I mean you can't grumble at 3.2p per pitta! So I popped a packet into my trolly and continued to bargain hunt. ********** Packaging and availability ************ As I've already mentioned, these pitas come in packs of six and they are usually found ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/11/09 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I love all types of bread and pitta breads are no exception to this so I often keep a packet in the freezer especially for making ham and marmite toasted pittas which are just delicious with lashings of butter. These Smartprice pitta breads are available from Asda for 19p and for this price you will receive 6 pitta breads which is a very reasonable price and around 5p cheaper than similar pitta breads from similar supermarkets. The pitta breads are quite small in size but perfectly acceptable for such a bargain price. They have an almost grey colour to them and the texture is nothing special. There are no frills with this product and it's really ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/11/09 (Very useful, 29 readings)
I often buy supermarket value ranges. I know they can be a bit hit and miss, but what I have found from 'basic' ranges is that the simplier the product is, the less difference there is from the more upmarket version. Chopped tomatos, for example, taste no different in value form than those that come branded because, esentially, they are tomatos chopped up. Well, I had the same opinion of these pitta breads before buying them, thinking that a pitta was a pitta so there couldnt possible be anything bad about the value version. I was wrong however. Ok, there are very cheap, costing about 40p for 6 individual breads. I tried them with some dip when i ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/09 (Very useful, 164 readings)
To be honest, when it comes to pitta bread I never really thought there was a huge amount of difference between brands. The ones I most frequently buy are from the Somerfield economy range, but I occasionally buy them from Lidl too and both of these brands are really nice. I didn't think twice then about ordering the Smart Price pitta breads from ASDA recently. The pitta breads come in a white and green packet, and you get 6 in a pack. The packaging is of course very basic, being an economy brand, however it's functional and has all the information you could need on there. When I first took the pitta breads out of the packet my first impression was ... Read the complete review
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