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From Sunday, March 14 the Middle of Lidl will be full of home cooking and cleaning essentials deals. What exactly will be on offer?
What’s in the Middle of Lidl?
Cleaning essentials that could take hours off your cleaning routine are on offer in the supermarket from Sunday 14.
The Silvercrest Handheld Steam Cleaner is just £16.99, while the Beldray 12-in-1 Flexi Steam Cleaner is £34.99.
Aldi customers can get their hands on the Beldray Airspire 2-in-1 Vacuum Cleaner for £49.99.
The Hoover Whirlwind Bagless Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner is also £49.99.
The Hoover Breeze Evo Bagless Upright Vacuum Cleaner is £79.99 and the Vileda Robot Vacuum Cleaner is £79.99.
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Home cooking deals
Cooking innovations can be food preparation and breeze.
A number of items are on offer, including a slow cooker for just £19.99.
Crockpot Slow Cooker will make stew, curries and other dishes for you as you go about your day.
Or, treat yourself to a Salter Airfryer for £39.99, a whole £20 off.
A Silvercrest Bread Maker costs £49.99 while a Silvercrest Waffle Maker is on sale for £16.99.
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A number of other Silvercrest items are on sale too, including a Silvercrest Double Induction Hob, for £54.99, and a Silvercrest Hand Mixer for £9.99.
There will also be a number of items to help around the home crafted from recycled plastic.
A pack of 10 Livarno Living Recycled Plastic Coat Hangers will cost £2.99.
An Aquapur Recycled Washing Basket will cost £2.99.
A Cassetti 5.5L Recycled Plastic Storage Box with Lid will cost £1.99.
What other deals are out there for savvy shoppers at the moment?
You can get 10 percent off George at ASDA by recycling.
The ‘Take Back’ scheme has been launched in partnership with Yellow Octopus Group.
It aims to help shoppers recycle their unwanted clothes and textiles while doing their essential grocery shop.
Customers who take part will be provided with a label or QR code.
In other supermarket news, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda and Morrisons have recalled yoghurts.
The possible presence of metal means the dairy products are unsafe for customers to consume.
Customers who have purchased any of the recalled dairy products should not eat them and return them for a refund.
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