Asda has slashed its prices of vegetables to just 20p ready for Christmas – this will include parsnips, sprouts, carrots and broccoli.
Launching today, 20 December, and running to 26 December, Asda predicts the sale of over 4,700 tonnes of veg the week before Christmas, as customers start stocking up for Christmas dinner.
Vegetables that will be reduced to 20p include 500g of Brussels sprouts, 500g of parsnips, 1kg of carrots and 360g of broccoli.
An Asda spokesperson said: Whilst the big Christmas lunch may be famous for turkey, stuffing and pigs in blankets, the day wouldnt be complete without bowls of sweet sprouts, earthy parsnips and tasty broccoli and carrots.
With almost 30% of Brits admitting to having forgotten veg in their Christmas food shopping*, our 20p veg promotion aims to provide customers with quality, value veg they can grab and go with ahead of December 25.
Alongside Asda, Lidl and Aldi have also cut down their veg prices, with Aldis deals including potatoes, swedes and cabbages going down to 19p.
Asda, Lidl and Aldi are currently the cheapest supermarkets to buy festive veg from – with Sainsburys more expensive at 30p and Morrisons offering a 3 for £1 deal across its vegetable range in store.
At the time of writing Lidl and Aldi are offering Christmas trimmings for 19p a bag, Asda at 20p, while Sainsburys have dropped their prices to 30p and Morrisons is offering 3 for £1 across its range in store.