• out of stock

Iceberg Lettuce $2.95 Each + Delivery ($0 SYD C&C/ $120 Order) @ Dr Earth (Newtown, Neutral Bay, Westfield Hornsby)

3330

Seems like lettuce price are returning to 'normal' like those recent Petrol deals.

For those enduring the cabbage substitutes challenge, that can end soon, you can have the real thing without paying $11. Enjoy.

The store locations are:
Newtown
Neutral Bay
Westfield Hornsby

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Comments

  • +52

    This price lettuce eat vegetables again

    • I see what you did there 😂

    • +9

      Haha this comment

      You are a middle age man, working 8-4 office job, father of 3

      Tell me I am wrong

      • +1

        Come, come lettuce me friends.

      • haha not quite

      • Dadbod too?

      • +1

        Lettuce not dwell on incorrect assumptions

    • +1

      Iceberg lettuce is so nutritionally devoid, it may have been a good thing

      • -1

        it's full of mineral and salts.

      • Slugs are protein!

    • +5

      lettuce rejoice

    • +2

      "LET TUS" REJOYCE

    • This price lettuce eat proper KFC burger again

      Come on KFC, you can do it.

  • +3

    Have you seen the price of cabbage?

    • +1

      Yeah yesterday i was like Kramer (reaction) from Seinfeld when I saw $13 for a small cabbage my local fruit shop.

    • -1

      In Perth I’ve seen them as high as $7 each!

      • +2

        Don't know which area you from but every where I have in Perth is $2.99 even at Aldi.

        • Brisbane. We were flooded torrential rain this year. Wiped out most crops.

    • So McDonalds went to cabbages when they couldn’t get lettuces.

      Sounds like it is time to get back onboard with the jingle.

      • +3

        That was kfc

        • -1

          Ta for info. I heard it was Maccas as well.

    • +3

      Farmers rip off the public or threaten to export their products for a better return.

      Nevermind all the public welfare they've received, Billions in drought relief alone lol, billions for one profession (where is the 5 billion mechanic or accountants relief fund?). The government didn't even get shares in exchange. They literally owe the public their livelihoods and are currently price gouging us. Beef/dairy/eggs/veg etc

      I understand the temptation to export beef when it's worth so much globally. Fact is it's not really appropriate. Australians bailed them out for Australian interests, not the interests of farmers wallets. The welfare should be paid back with interest (beef local/export tax etc), The welfare did it's job and saw the farmer through bankruptcy. I don't understand why they're not obligated to pay it back. Probably because they have their own political party ie are corrupt and overrepresented.

      • +5

        Wat.

      • +4

        And on average they'll keep voting conservative and against climate change - which hits them badly.

      • +7

        Businesses always cry poor when the going gets tough, but when they are making record profits they quietly pocket all the money and get fatter.

      • They literally owe the public their livelihoods

        Interesting

        Probably because they have their own political party ie are corrupt and overrepresented.

        Agreed.

      • +2

        Do you have any idea the kind of subsidies are available to farmers in Europe, North America and other parts of the world? Agriculture has gone from being 20% of GDP in 1950s to 3% in 2021. Think about where you are going to get your abundant food (believe me we are an incredibly lucky country) if the local farmers reduce even more? The large commercial investors in Agriculture include the likes of China. In fact 20% of the Murray Darling Basin water is foreign owned. It's not the farmers that have raised the prices. It's energy. The price of fertiliser has gone up nearly 100%. Currently there's some respite with diesel subsidies but that end in September. So wait till those prices hit the market. I could go on but your perspective requires a bit of research.

      • +4

        This is laughable given it's processors and the supermarkets that mark the prices up so much

  • +29

    Damn it! I recently converted all my Bitcoins to lettuce.

  • +1

    Thanks OP, ordered 41.

  • +2

    OMG!!!! ordered 42.

  • +40

    Bought 1, just cos

    • +3

      you won the internet today

    • +1

      Cos lettuce is cheaper

  • How much for delivery?

  • +2

    Thanks ordered 69.

  • -1

    When is the Best Before date?

    • +4

      Before they go up!

  • -3

    Thanks OP.
    Ordered 666

  • +1

    Hurry up and buy 10 before they are $29.50 each.

  • +3

    Lettuce, i thought that was extinct.

  • +3

    What is the ASX code for this commodity ? Good for day traders.

  • +1

    There was a chef on news.com.au today complaining he was paying $10 a lettuce… He is obviously getting rorted…
    https://www.news.com.au/finance/small-business/a-box-of-lett...

    He said he was on a lettuce farm and they needed more workers… Why didn't he get a job there…

  • +5

    This price drop is just the tip of the iceberg

    • lettuce see….

  • +3

    my lettuce investment is down 70%, but i'm not worried since it only has 30% left to fall

    HODL #fortunefavoursthebrave

    • +1

      FOMO

      Lettuce is the new crypto

      • buy the dip before its too late

      • Yes, I grow my own.
        Anyone care to invest in shoppeCoin.

        • +1

          To the moon 🚀 🚀 🚀

          Just sold all my bitcoin and bought lettuce .
          Should be an easy X 3 by monday

  • +3

    This gets my OzBargain deal of the year vote.

  • +1

    Must be a price error. Incredible cheap!!

  • +1

    Maybe it's time now that Australian scientists try to make ordinary garden-variety grasses taste less bitter to replace lettuce.

  • +3

    Is this the disc version?

  • +3

    Send some to KFC!

  • +1

    It's too cheap, check carefully that it's not a cabbage inside.

  • About time. I've been using those $2 shredded bags and a salad just isn't the same with Big Mac lettuce.

    Close enough to swing by on way home. Thanks OP

  • +1

    Too late it's So Ou

  • +2

    Sold out. Lettuce got Ozbargained. What is the world coming to?

  • You can buy organic for 3-4$.. No deal for conventional

  • +2

    Wasn't some guy on a murdoch masthead complaining that these were $140 a box and therefore we should open the borders and let in cheaper labour?

    Weird narrative they conjured up

    • Australia You’re Standing in it used to do a send up of Bruce Ruxton doing a children’s show. If you want to know why the RSL is the way it is look up Ruxton.

      “Bruce Rump (Brooks), a parody of Bruce Ruxton. Rump always ended his skits with "And that's why we should keep the bloody flag the same! Now clear out!"

  • +1

    Also around $2.95 for a whole punnet at Bunnings. They grow all year round too

  • +2

    If you missed out, don't worry, it's counterfeit Chinese lettuce for sure at this price.

    • You're an idiot.

      • Try checking where, some and probably soon to be most as it has the most profit margin , of the frozen veges in the supermarkets are grown now.
        Hint - it's the most polluted country on earth.

  • +1

    says 'in stock' @ 4:21pm

    • 1 minute too late.

    • +1

      says 'in stock' @ 4:21pm

      Love a good lettuce immediately after a sesh

  • +1

    sad state that this is a deal on ozb…

    • +1

      I would, suspect, it is a touch of a joke post.

  • +5

    Hasn't been a supply issue for a while now. Supermarkets are just capitalising and making higher prices the normal. The Coles I'm at is throwing out unopened boxes of the stuff in an effort to achieve this.

  • Surely this is deal of the year.

  • +1

    Ozbargained! OP lettuce down :(

  • Thanks OP.
    Brb looking for lettuce recipes

  • +1

    Can wait for San Choy Bow to get cheap than Lobster again.

  • I bought one just to flex over my non ozbargainer friends

  • +1

    Will the rates come down now? Given inflation has primarily been due to lettuce price rises.

  • +1

    HODL!

  • Damm don't tell SubWay 🤪

  • +1

    Just got back from visiting family in the UK. They were 39p each & the Brits were moaning about the massive inflation.

    Groceries are easily 50% cheaper.

    • +1

      The gov mismanaged covid and they are trillions in debt. They have to make the money back somehow.

      They tried to manage inflation by increasing interest rates , but now realestate clearance rates have slowed down and they are missing out on one of the biggest revenue makers … stamp duty and cgt

    • Yeah food was so cheap in the UK aye, I miss it…

      1kg of lamb loin chops for under ₤5 quid, 36 chicken kebabs ₤5, 2 whole pork rib racks ₤5, 2 lamb shanks ₤5, 1kg of peas in the pod ₤1.5 !! soo good

      Not to mention 8x 440ml beers for ₤5 or less

      • Almost forgot… pint of beer and a burger for ₤3 in the flipping centre of London.

        Also ₤2 for a full English breakfast at the pub… omg

        • +1

          Weatherspoons full English breakfast is now £5. Still, that's $9, including bottomless coffee, in every weatherspoons nationally. Compare that to any Australian breakfast, anywhere.

          Still, I couldn't live there…

  • Never thought we get to the point we rate a lettuce here

  • Love to see this on ozbargin.

  • Lettuce is now the new Eneloop. All power to the veggies! Dr Earth!

  • Thanks got a few to sell on fb

  • +2

    Lettuce ? My Precious..

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