Founded by Dave Dodd and Steven Smith in 1990, Poundland used £1 as the price point for everything across its stores. At the time this was a novel idea on British high streets. Since then, many prices have escalated.

Stock changes all the time and varies from store to store. One shop may sell eggs and Frosties more quickly than another.

Currently, at 30/04/20, here are a few of the more Foodie items which you might be able to find from Poundland stores, if your local store is open.

Sea salt grinder 110g £1 not available 26/07/20
John West tuna in spring water 145g £1
Napolina 4pk tinned chopped tomatoes £2 not available 26/07/20

NB: These products are likely to differ store to store and go out of stock quickly.

UPDATE 26/07/20
Staveleys eggs 12 pack £1 – not organic but if you’re into baking it brings the cost down

Typhoo One Cup Decaf tea 80 teabags 160g £1

Caffe Di Italia medium roast ground coffee 250g £1 (also dark roast)

Colman’s English Mustard 170g £1 – check ingredients if clean eating, avoiding sugar or gluten free

Cristaline French natural spring water in sportscap bottle 6 x 500ml £1

Princes corned beef 340g £2

John West wild pink salmon 213g £2

Napolina Extra Virgin olive oil 500ml £2


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