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50% off Connoisseur 4-6pk or Tubs 470ml $3.99, VF HTC Desire 310 3G $69 + More @Coles. WED

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Coles Specials. Starts Wed

HALF PRICE Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus Unlocked $99
HALF PRICE L'Oreal Skincare Range
HALF PRICE Mars Medium Pods 176g $2
HALF PRICE Connoisseur Multipacks 4-6pk Or Tubs 470ml $3.99
HALF PRICE Birds Eye oven Bake fish fillets 425g $4.20
HALF PRICE Pacific West Mega Value Cocktail spring rolls 1KG $5.77
HALF PRICE SFC Take Home Boneless Bucket 650g $7.50
HALF PRICE Moccona Café classic 10pk $2.64
HALF PRICE Bulla Ice Cream Multipacks 8pk $3
HALF PRICE Smith's Thinly cut chips 175g $1.59
HALF PRICE The natural confectionary Co Bags 140-200g $1.42
HALF PRICE Tip Top Café Raisin Toast 650g $2.90
HALF PRICE Vittoria coffee Mountain Grown 1KG $18
HALF PRICE Mother Earth Baked Oaty Slice 240g $2
HALF PRICE SunRice Basmati Rice 5KG $11
HALF PRICE Mission Corn Chips 230g $1.50
HALF PRICE Moro EL Primero Extra Virgin Olive Oil 1Lt $7.40
HALF PRICE Garnier fructis shampoo or Conditioner 700ml $6
HALF PRICE Dettol Profresh shower Gel 500ml $3.24
HALF PRICE Pine O Clean All in one Disinfectant wipes lemon 80pk $3.90
HALF PRICE Fluffy Ultra fabric softener 900ml-1Lt $3.49
HALF PRICE Cold Power Laundry Powder 2Kg Or Liquid 2Lt $7.50
HALF PRICE Vodafone Prepaid USB 3G Modem $9
HALF PRICE Telstra $30 Starter Kits $15
HALF PRICE Pepsi Max 30pk $14
Vodafone HTC 310 3G $69 Save $60
Telstra Rush + $20 Google Play Credit $39

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    Vodafone Prepaid USB 3G Modem $9
    how is the data?1GB or 3GB INCLUDE?

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    If you go to Woolies before Wednesday Pepsi Max 30 pack is only $13.

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    Good stuff restock time.
    all your Connoisseur tubs are belong to me

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    Connoisseur!

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    once again most of the stuff that's hugely discounted is processed food

    HALF PRICE Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus Unlocked $99
    HALF PRICE L'Oreal Skincare Range
    HALF PRICE Mars Medium Pods 176g $2
    HALF PRICE Connoisseur Multipacks 4-6pk Or Tubs 470ml $3.99
    HALF PRICE Birds Eye oven Bake fish fillets 425g $4.20
    HALF PRICE Pacific West Mega Value Cocktail spring rolls 1KG $5.77
    HALF PRICE SFC Take Home Boneless Bucket 650g $7.50
    HALF PRICE Moccona Café classic 10pk $2.64
    HALF PRICE Bulla Ice Cream Multipacks 8pk $3
    HALF PRICE Smith's Thinly cut chips 175g $1.59
    HALF PRICE The natural confectionary Co Bags 140-200g $1.42
    HALF PRICE Tip Top Café Raisin Toast 650g $2.90
    HALF PRICE Vittoria coffee Mountain Grown 1KG $18
    HALF PRICE Mother Earth Baked Oaty Slice 240g $2
    HALF PRICE SunRice Basmati Rice 5KG $11
    HALF PRICE Mission Corn Chips 230g $1.50
    HALF PRICE Moro EL Primero Extra Virgin Olive Oil 1Lt $7.40
    HALF PRICE Garnier fructis shampoo or Conditioner 700ml $6
    HALF PRICE Dettol Profresh shower Gel 500ml $3.24
    HALF PRICE Pine O Clean All in one Disinfectant wipes lemon 80pk $3.90
    HALF PRICE Fluffy Ultra fabric softener 900ml-1Lt $3.49
    HALF PRICE Cold Power Laundry Powder 2Kg Or Liquid 2Lt $7.50
    HALF PRICE Vodafone Prepaid USB 3G Modem $9
    HALF PRICE Telstra $30 Starter Kits $15
    HALF PRICE Pepsi Max 30pk $14

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      I counted 12 bolds to 13 non-bolds.

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      Processed foods are cheaper to produce… so these companies can afford to offer such huge discounts regularly.

      I don't really see your point. Do you expect regular 50% discounts on whole-foods / fresh produce?

      While I agree that would be brilliant for the health of the nation - I don't think I'd be comfortable knowing that somewhere along the line after a massively discounted, our local farmers would be paying the price or suffering.

      Sad state of reality. Hardly something to be surprised about.

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        Coles / Woolies catalogues have had the same ratio of junk food to fresh food for years, nothing new.

        Coles at least have a list of 12 fruit + veg specials updated every Fri.

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        They aren't exactly "cheaper to produce". Cheaper than what? The fresh ingredients used to make them?

        Processed food, by necessity or else what's the point, involves buying ingredients, "processing" them (a rather vague term which could apply to peeling a banana as much as combining ingredients to make a breakfast cereal) and then selling the finished product for a lot more than the ingredients cost.

        It is very lucrative - the room is there for discounting. Unlike the fresh food (or "unprocessed" with no added value if you like) - the margins there are already razor thin as it is.

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          (In reference to 'cheaper to produce') Yes and no for a few reasons;

          Remember, we live in a global society, so you can source ingredients cheaper overseas, especially at countries that do not like to eat these ingredients. - Potentially inferior ingredients subject to less tigher controls around what can be used to grow/process these foods.

          What do you think happens to all the excess fruit/veges at the end of a season? They get exported, or they get preserved/processed if they can't be sold as fresh stock.

          Ingredients may also be processed overseas, where labour and/or resources are cheaper than local. Streets ice creams are manufactured and FROZEN in China, and shipped to australia if I'm not mistaken. ( http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2003/10/19/1066502066361.h... ) - Once again these processed foods are typically subject to more relaxed controls as to how they;re handled and stored.

          Finally, processed foods are typically made from either mass-grown for processing, or the rejected fresh fruit that doesn't make it to our stores as fresh produce. Fresh produce we see at shops are selected for their taste and their aesthetics.

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          @alexlim2000: Using the word "potentially" and making inferences about a food supply that is amongst the safest in the world having unspecified problems … wait what lel? I don't understand your point.

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          @Diji1: You don't seem to understand a lot.

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      I don't think many ozbargainers would buy fresh produce from the chains…most local grocers are cheaper every day.

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      Isn't the fresh fruit and veges in a separate catalogue? http://www.coles.com.au/catalogues-and-specials/this-weeks-f... Not really extremely cheap but in NSW you have 2 punnets of strawberries for $4?

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    that HTC 310 is a steal as long as you can unlock….

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    I gave up on Mobile Phone and Mobile internet device deal at my Local Coles store, they NEVER have it in stock, even if you show up on the Sale day when they opened their store. Other then that, it's a good deal if anyone get one.

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    How long have connisieur been 470ml instead of 500ml?

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      Don't know, but sadly, that's just the way manufacturers are doing things.
      Instead of jacking up the prices, they just decrease the contents (but keep the same size packaging and hope that we don't notice).

      Pretty soon we will be paying for an empty box.
      :(

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      Isn't it because 470mL roughly equals a pint? I thought the small tubs have always been 470, never 500mL.

      Why on earth they decided to go with the imperial system is another question.

      Maybe they export to the US etc?

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        This;
        It means that only minor changes are required to make the same product and ship to the US. It also then means we have economies of scale for manufacturers to produce more cheaply. For example;

        • The empty and un-labelled tub itself may be used by many brands including US based brands. This allows the manufacturers of the tubs to tool their machines for standard sizes and produce in larger runs. (Lower unit cost to produce)

        • The same logic applies to box manufacturers for the multipacks and, for the shipping boxes (ice cream comes either shrink wrapped together for the cheaper ice creams, or in boxes for the premium stuff, when shopped to store - I worked as a stacker at Coles for a bit in my teens).

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        Isn't a pint about 585ml?

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    Nice. Thanks!

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    HTC Desire 310 for $69 is a steal.. damn, ridiculously cheap for a Quadcore phone. Similar HTC One M8 design too, sleak and light.

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    Is the HTC better than the recent Huawei Y550 at Dicksmiths? I've got a Y550 to pickup. If the HTC is better then I'll grab that. The Y550 seems better to me on paper, but I'm not "down with the phone tech"? Cheers

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    Hi guys the Samsung Galaxy Trend Plus includes $20 Google Play Credit via redemption:

    http://crowdsupport.telstra.com.au/t5/Android-KB/20-Google-P...

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    Was gonna grab a htc but it appears they don't support Optus 3G (900mhz). Can anyone offer advice?

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    Maybe they change the weight so people cant scam the auto checkouts..

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    no store around SE has them

    similar to back then when Aldi has the 40" lcd tv for cheap, when the stores open, it all sold out…but saw no one carrying them out

    anyone have update on stocks for HTC 310 around SE suburb?

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