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26th Nov 2018

PIC: Lidl Ireland Selling Slow Cooker For Less Than €20 Ahead Of Christmas

Darragh Berry

We have a feeling that anyone involved with the Christmas dinner preparations this year will be absolutely mad for this deal.

From Thursday 29th of November, Lidl will be selling their Silvercrest 3.5L Slow Cooker along with a number of Christmas cooking must haves such as a Silvercrest Carving Knife, Silvercrest Mincer, Silvercrest Digital Hot Air Fryer, ERNESTO Knives and much more – all of which can be seen online here.

The Slow Cooker, at just €20, is going to be a lifesaver this year. “With 3 different heat settings, you can make delicious home cooked food without the effort, no overcooking or burning.”

Silvercrest Kitchen Tools 3 5 L Slow Cooker
Silvercrest Kitchen Tools 3 5 L Slow Cooker2
Silvercrest Kitchen Tools 3 5 L Slow Cooker4
Silvercrest Kitchen Tools 3 5 L Slow Cooker3

Slow cookers take all the hassle out of cooking; you can just prepare your food, throw it in and check on it in a few hours time to see you’ve made a delicious meal.

A few weeks ago, Lidl confirmed that it was removing black plastic packaging from its entire fruit and vegetable range across all 195 Ireland and Northern Ireland stores before Christmas.

The packaging, which cannot be recycled, will be scrapped from fresh fish products by February 2019, followed by fresh meat, poultry and cured meat ranges before August.

“These are significant steps,” Lidl Ireland & Northern Ireland Managing Director, J.P. Scally said. “Sustainability is core to our business and we are proud to continue leading the retail sector in implementing ambitious measures which will deliver real and lasting benefits for everyone.”

The move is one of many steps that the retailer is taking as part of its plastic reduction strategy. Already this year the company confirmed it had achieved ‘zero waste to landfill’ and announced a ban on microbeads in all cosmetic and household ranges.

It also published several ambitious plastic reduction targets, including using 20% less plastic packaging by 2022 and having 100% recyclable own-brand packaging by 2025.

“These announcements are a clear signal of our commitment to safeguarding the environment and to managing our operations in the most progressive and sustainable way possible. It’s important and right that we act decisively and proactively in this area and take meaningful and measurable steps that matter to us, our customers and our communities,” J.P. Scally said.

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