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February 16, 2016, 10:05:42 PM
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Hey guys we have to miss our annual trip to the UK this year due to financial constraint so we are low on our "supplies"so to speak. We are now in the United States. If anyone in the UK can help us gather our usual grocery list (Marmite is so Goddamn expensive in this country!!!, Sainsbury's store brand Earl Grey, Bisto, OXO Cubes and the like) and pack it well to send it to us we will be prepared to pay (within reason) for your service. Can pay in pound, USD, Paypal or BTC. Maybe by doing a listing on Bitify so we can make use of the cheap escrow offered.

Much appreciated guys!!!
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February 16, 2016, 10:19:38 PM
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Hi

I'm an idiot Brit so always happy to help!

Marmite / Earl Grey etc are pretty much the gold standard here so let me know what you're after and we can sort things out!

Can throw in a few 'Calais refugee's not welcome here' T Shirts if it helps?

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February 16, 2016, 10:31:36 PM
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Hey guys we have to miss our annual trip to the UK this year due to financial constraint so we are low on our "supplies"so to speak. We are now in the United States. If anyone in the UK can help us gather our usual grocery list (Marmite is so Goddamn expensive in this country!!!, Sainsbury's store brand Earl Grey, Bisto, OXO Cubes and the like) and pack it well to send it to us we will be prepared to pay (within reason) for your service. Can pay in pound, USD, Paypal or BTC. Maybe by doing a listing on Bitify so we can make use of the cheap escrow offered.

Much appreciated guys!!!

I think that Morrison's own brand stuff is cheaper you can usually get lots of stuff really cheap.
I am not offering to help, I am merely offering informaion.
Also, as you are probably aware, the stuff listed there are quite cheap in the UK. You can usually also find offers on some of them that randommely arise (I know some brands that sell tea bags such as "yorkshire tea" tend to have offers for larger packs.

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February 16, 2016, 10:35:50 PM
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Do you not have a local UK store in the US that distributes? It might be easier to buy from one of those. We have a few of them in South Africa, they import container loads of UK products then sell them online. If you dont have such a thing there, maybe that would be a great business to start!

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February 16, 2016, 10:39:01 PM
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Hey guys we have to miss our annual trip to the UK this year due to financial constraint so we are low on our "supplies"so to speak. We are now in the United States. If anyone in the UK can help us gather our usual grocery list (Marmite is so Goddamn expensive in this country!!!, Sainsbury's store brand Earl Grey, Bisto, OXO Cubes and the like) and pack it well to send it to us we will be prepared to pay (within reason) for your service. Can pay in pound, USD, Paypal or BTC. Maybe by doing a listing on Bitify so we can make use of the cheap escrow offered.

Much appreciated guys!!!

I think that Morrison's own brand stuff is cheaper you can usually get lots of stuff really cheap.
I am not offering to help, I am merely offering informaion.
Also, as you are probably aware, the stuff listed there are quite cheap in the UK. You can usually also find offers on some of them that randommely arise (I know some brands that sell tea bags such as "yorkshire tea" tend to have offers for larger packs.

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Morrisons this / Aldi that! Don't listen to them - Everything you asked for costs bare dollars here in UK - honestly mate!

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February 16, 2016, 10:48:50 PM
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Hey guys we have to miss our annual trip to the UK this year due to financial constraint so we are low on our "supplies"so to speak. We are now in the United States. If anyone in the UK can help us gather our usual grocery list (Marmite is so Goddamn expensive in this country!!!, Sainsbury's store brand Earl Grey, Bisto, OXO Cubes and the like) and pack it well to send it to us we will be prepared to pay (within reason) for your service. Can pay in pound, USD, Paypal or BTC. Maybe by doing a listing on Bitify so we can make use of the cheap escrow offered.

Much appreciated guys!!!

I think that Morrison's own brand stuff is cheaper you can usually get lots of stuff really cheap.
I am not offering to help, I am merely offering informaion.
Also, as you are probably aware, the stuff listed there are quite cheap in the UK. You can usually also find offers on some of them that randommely arise (I know some brands that sell tea bags such as "yorkshire tea" tend to have offers for larger packs.

F##king northerners! Ruining my shit.

Morrisons this / Aldi that! Don't listen to them - Everything you asked for costs bare dollars here in UK - honestly mate!


Aldi and Lidl are terrible choices.
Morrison's/Tesco/Sainsbury's/Asda are the best to use!
Morrison's and Tesco are the cheapest.
Sainsbury's is obviously more expensive.
Why where are you from (I'm guessing the south, possibly the coast)?

Unhappy that you don't have a Morrison's is terrible. Postcode Jealosy!

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February 16, 2016, 11:22:01 PM
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Hi

I'm an idiot Brit so always happy to help!

Marmite / Earl Grey etc are pretty much the gold standard here so let me know what you're after and we can sort things out!

Can throw in a few 'Calais refugee's not welcome here' T Shirts if it helps?

All the best!

Wow that's awesome thanks! We used to live in the UK but have been in the states for a few years and just absolutely hates certain things here. creature of habits and whatnots I guess. the first trip we went back to the UK we even bought cling film lol!! I will PM you the shopping list. thanks so much for the offer!!
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February 16, 2016, 11:35:33 PM
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Hey guys we have to miss our annual trip to the UK this year due to financial constraint so we are low on our "supplies"so to speak. We are now in the United States. If anyone in the UK can help us gather our usual grocery list (Marmite is so Goddamn expensive in this country!!!, Sainsbury's store brand Earl Grey, Bisto, OXO Cubes and the like) and pack it well to send it to us we will be prepared to pay (within reason) for your service. Can pay in pound, USD, Paypal or BTC. Maybe by doing a listing on Bitify so we can make use of the cheap escrow offered.

Much appreciated guys!!!

I think that Morrison's own brand stuff is cheaper you can usually get lots of stuff really cheap.
I am not offering to help, I am merely offering informaion.
Also, as you are probably aware, the stuff listed there are quite cheap in the UK. You can usually also find offers on some of them that randommely arise (I know some brands that sell tea bags such as "yorkshire tea" tend to have offers for larger packs.

F##king northerners! Ruining my shit.

Morrisons this / Aldi that! Don't listen to them - Everything you asked for costs bare dollars here in UK - honestly mate!


LOL I agree with u. I do go to Aldi's/Morrisons but certain things are worth the slightly higher cost in sainsbury's. Even waitrose Earl Grey aren't as good as sainsbury ones. and it cost like double or something.
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February 17, 2016, 01:59:31 AM
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Do you not have a local UK store in the US that distributes? It might be easier to buy from one of those. We have a few of them in South Africa, they import container loads of UK products then sell them online. If you dont have such a thing there, maybe that would be a great business to start!

Hi yes there are but can't find everything and it's not as fresh as having purchased from the UK. Like I just bought half a dozen jar of colmans mustard from amazon but it was 3 months expired. Yes it would be a great business if you're in new york and the like Smiley
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February 17, 2016, 02:17:18 AM
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Do you not have a local UK store in the US that distributes? It might be easier to buy from one of those. We have a few of them in South Africa, they import container loads of UK products then sell them online. If you dont have such a thing there, maybe that would be a great business to start!

Hi yes there are but can't find everything and it's not as fresh as having purchased from the UK. Like I just bought half a dozen jar of colmans mustard from amazon but it was 3 months expired. Yes it would be a great business if you're in new york and the like Smiley

Hope you got a refund, that's against Amazon policy.

As far as Marmite, what quantity and price are you looking for? I've seen it in at least one local store, and http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw=Marmite

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February 17, 2016, 01:09:14 PM
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Aldi and Lidl are terrible choices.
Morrison's/Tesco/Sainsbury's/Asda are the best to use!
Morrison's and Tesco are the cheapest.
Sainsbury's is obviously more expensive.
Why where are you from (I'm guessing the south, possibly the coast)?

Unhappy that you don't have a Morrison's is terrible. Postcode Jealosy!
Haha

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I don't have a Morrisons close by you are correct  Cry

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February 18, 2016, 10:52:35 PM
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Aldi and Lidl are terrible choices.
Morrison's/Tesco/Sainsbury's/Asda are the best to use!
Morrison's and Tesco are the cheapest.
Sainsbury's is obviously more expensive.
Why where are you from (I'm guessing the south, possibly the coast)?

Unhappy that you don't have a Morrison's is terrible. Postcode Jealosy!
Haha

My fruit and veg comes from local fair-trade farmers markets and I interview every supplier about the provenance of their goods.
My fish is line caught from my own private estuary
All my meat is killed by hand and ethically slaughtered by Portugese virgins.

I don't have a Morrisons close by you are correct  Cry

We have fair trade stuff in Morrison's (you have to search hard for it though)!

Tesco is also quite good as a shop especially Tesco Extra!

Remember, read up on laws for importing and exporting to and from dfferent countries, some don' allow hings like fruit to be imported unles in buik (probably good to check).

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February 19, 2016, 06:15:58 PM
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Aldi and Lidl are terrible choices.
Morrison's/Tesco/Sainsbury's/Asda are the best to use!
Morrison's and Tesco are the cheapest.
Sainsbury's is obviously more expensive.
Why where are you from (I'm guessing the south, possibly the coast)?

Unhappy that you don't have a Morrison's is terrible. Postcode Jealosy!
Haha

My fruit and veg comes from local fair-trade farmers markets and I interview every supplier about the provenance of their goods.
My fish is line caught from my own private estuary
All my meat is killed by hand and ethically slaughtered by Portugese virgins.

I don't have a Morrisons close by you are correct  Cry

lol dude PM sent with the list of things we would like thx! Smiley
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February 28, 2016, 09:22:40 AM
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I could possibly arrange this for you, lucky enough to have most big stores around my local area: Morrisons, Asda, Tesco, Sainsburys, Aldi, Waitrose

Have you looked into the import restrictions surrounding food products? I'd imagine they are fairly lenient if you're taking sealed goods back on a plane but might not like it if you start sending them through the post

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February 28, 2016, 09:59:37 AM
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If you have problems getting this then i can easily send whatever you need, would prefer payment in btc and would obviously need some sort of escrow. Ive not got a sainsburys but got asda,tesco,lidl,aldi,morrisons , coops etc so should be able to find anything you need. feel free to pm me if your other offers fall through.

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I could possibly arrange this for you, lucky enough to have most big stores around my local area: Morrisons, Asda, Tesco, Sainsburys, Aldi, Waitrose

Have you looked into the import restrictions surrounding food products? I'd imagine they are fairly lenient if you're taking sealed goods back on a plane but might not like it if you start sending them through the post

Hi I wouldn't worry about the import restrictions as our friends have sent it before. but she has since moved to spain as she prefer the weather there. I will send you a PM with our list now. Thanks so much for your offer!
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I could possibly arrange this for you, lucky enough to have most big stores around my local area: Morrisons, Asda, Tesco, Sainsburys, Aldi, Waitrose

Have you looked into the import restrictions surrounding food products? I'd imagine they are fairly lenient if you're taking sealed goods back on a plane but might not like it if you start sending them through the post

Hi I wouldn't worry about the import restrictions as our friends have sent it before. but she has since moved to spain as she prefer the weather there. I will send you a PM with our list now. Thanks so much for your offer!

Our weather is pretty darn horrible, best of luck with your groceries! Cheesy
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I am actually from Australia, so I can ship the groceries to you. The only problem is that you have to pay for the $50 shopping. Is that ok?


 
 
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I've provided someone on here with some free range eggs that they were extremely delighted with so if you'd like to take a chance on me,I'm sure I can deliver Marmite as well as anything else you might fancy.

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You could ask cryptodechange.com. That guy does tons of groceries for crypto. Pretty weird business plan but hey.
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You could ask cryptodechange.com. That guy does tons of groceries for crypto. Pretty weird business plan but hey.

this guy don't take escrow and only takes cryptocurrencies. saying its unsafe is an understatement. so yeah. thanks anyways. Smiley
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