Pure Dairy Free Soya Spread Reviews
Product Type: Pure Spread
Description:Type: Other Spreads
Newest Review: ... cheaper than the other varieties. To start with we used to have butter or marge and Pure in the fridge, but in the end we ... more
by - written on 28/11/10 (Very useful, 138 readings)
My son has a dairy allergy, so since we have been aware of this, we've been using Pure instead of butter or normal marge spreads. It's completely dairy-free and suitable for vegans. It comes in tubs of 500g, which is about the same as most other spreads in the chiller cabinets. There are several types available: I tend to choose the Sunflower or the Olive over the original. I've actually only seen (and bought) the Olive version once from the supermarket, it doesn't seem to be as widely available, unfortunately. I'm not sure there's a significant difference in taste between the three, it's possibly just the packaging of the Sunflower one that appeals to me ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/09 (Very useful, 159 readings)
Choice is a bit of a luxury for vegans - and when it comes to something to spread on sandwiches and toast this is no different. At my local supermarket this is the only dairy-free spread; fortunately, it is a good one. I know of only one other supermarket dairy free spread and that is at Sainsburys - but I shop there infrequently. Price ------ There are three varieties of 'Pure' Pure - Soya Spread Pure - Sunflower Spread Pure - Organic Spread The soya and the sunflower spreads both cost £1.12. Tesco stocked the organic spread a few months ago but it has disappeared off the shelves. Its price ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/03/09 (Very useful, 213 readings)
ALong with Vitalite, this is the only other dairy free spread I would recommend. It is my second favourite and when the supermarkets are out of Vitalite, I will always buy this one. There are two types in this Pure range, both are dairy free and both are equally as good. The other is a sunflower version and to be honest, although I have tried, I cant tell the difference between the two. Pure Dairy Free Soya Spread costs around £1.50 and can be found at most supermarkets nowadays. It has been around since the 1990s when you could only find it in health food shops. It's called Pure because it is made with natural ingredients. It is free from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/04/09 (Very useful, 382 readings)
We had a bit shock in store for us when we found out our little one was allergic to milk and the first thing we looked into was soya alternatives. A was a little stumped when it came to butter but someone recommended the Pure range to me and i've never looked back. ~~ What is it? ~~ Pure Spread is perfect for those who have allergies or need to cut certain foods out of their diets. Pure Soya is completely free from dairy, gluten, artificial colourings, flavouring & preservatives, hydrogenated oils and GM ingredients. We only needed it to be dairy free at the time but having nothing artificial in it was a complete bonus and something that set my ... Read the complete review
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