Lee Kum Kee Hoisin Sauce 240g on special
$ 2 .00
240g Unit Price $0.83 per 100G
What is it used for?
Thank you for the awesome link!
Don't really get why you're getting down voted for not knowing what a specific sauce is.
No idea. I haven't used this sauce and just asked about it. People take it personally that this product is not used by everyone…
With you for every meal.
Made in PRC or HK? They have shifted alot of items to the mainland.
And why does it matter?
China is bullying Australia.
Irrelevant that PRC is bullying AU. All countries act for their own interest. If any, blame the pollies that sold Australia.
China is bullying everyone. But I agree - everyone country bullies everyone else. China however is taking it to a new level. Seen what's happening in HK?
Because Australia is weak, look at us in Sydney building trams. Lol
East Timor looks at statement above and starts buying black pots and kettles for Australia.
Because the PRC is currently boycotting a lot of Australian trade and produce, meanwhile Hong Kong could use the support…
obviously you read a lot fake news.
"The unprecedented growth of Australian beef meat exports to China in the year to date means that the volume has reached the threshold already this year," the spokeswoman said.
@John Kelvin: You're missing the big picture
I think these are made in PRC. I prefer to buy "Tong Chun" where it is made in HK.
PRC, don't buy stuff China ok? Bullies get no money
Lee Kum Kee good brand and trustable ( HK Made - not from China ).
Even more expensive than those one made in China. ( I prefer Lee Kum Kee brand.)
Not all Lee Kum Kee is made in HK. Some of the oyster sauce and sauce packs are from China.
90% are produced in the PRC. For the last few years, I havent seen one made in HK.
Went for other brands etc Amoy, Tong Chun, Yeos, Kim Lan, Kikkoman. Made in Taiwan, Singapore, or Japan.
LKK was made in HK not now. They are priced like they are still made in HK, though.
Lee Kum Kee is HK company and factory in China.I guess!!
Made in Taiwan, Singapore, or Japan.Brand.Good idea.
Great minds think alike.
Even Mainlanders don't like buying PRC products.
Chinese milk powder, anyone?
This is $2 from my local Coles supermarket most of the time anyway. It's a regular special.
Bought a pack of KB’S Crunchy Battered Whiting Fillets 1.5kg Item 42896 last week. It's from $16.99 to $13.99 until tomorrow.
It's listed "Made with wild caught fish from New Zealand" But it's made in China! How's that it work!
It would be NZ fish that is sent to China, to fillet & add batter to it.
Seriously why support these company who do this.
Some products in Oz is the same. Product of Australia, sent overseas & then sent back to Oz for sale.
I might be wrong, but it comes down to economics- it is still cheaper to send products overseas to be packed and sent back to Oz for sale due to high overhead costs here. It's sad, but the reality is why add extra $1-2 cost/finished pack and reduce profit margins doing the "right" thing when there's a cheaper alternative?
Try the panda brand, it’s much better
Came here looking for some kum jokes … Disappointed.
Kum and cum sound similar
Funny how my comment gets flagged for offtopic, but all the other pseudo-politic HK vs PRC stuff is kosher…