I absolutely love this. I have tried all them, and this by far the best spread. It has a lovely clean taste, with none of that after-plastic-y taste and smell. Won't use anything else.
I have been using this for a while as a dairy free
I have been using this for a while as a dairy free alternative because you can bake with it but it’s been brought to my attention via this page it does contain palm oil and I agree with others, it must be possible to make it without this ingredient! Unfortunately I will have to look for an alternative.
This doesn't have much taste at all and just seems
This doesn't have much taste at all and just seems like hardened oil. I prefer Flora Original.
No such thing as sustainable palm oil
I've used this spread for a while, thinking it was ok because according to the ingredients, the palm oil in it is 'sustainable'. Have discovered that sadly sustainable palm oil is greenwash. Loss of forest means loss of carbon capture, means increasing temperatures and more extreme weather events, raised sea levels, drought, famine. If we are upset when we watch orangutans and other creatures deprived of their habitat because of deforestation then we have to boycott this stuff - and let Tesco know why. We have to act like there's an emergency and amongst other things change what we eat. This is what Greenpeace says about it: In 2004, the palm oil industry set up the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO). RSPO members have their palm oil ‘certified sustainable’ and brands using this palm oil get to claim that their palm oil is ‘sustainable’. Most supermarkets in the UK and many consumer brands like Nestlé and Mondelez use RSPO palm oil in their products. But the RSPO is about as much use as a chocolate teapot. It took 14 years for the RSPO to ban its members from destroying forests – which it finally did in November 2018. It still hasn’t enforced this new rule – and RSPO members are still destroying forests and getting away with it. RSPO members were right at the centre of Indonesia’s 2015 forest fires crisis. This year, the fires returned – and roughly three-quarters of the fires linked to palm oil companies were on RSPO members’ land. This means that so-called ‘sustainable’ palm oil growers are – in some cases – at the forefront of Indonesia’s environmental crisis.
Tasteless, better than nothing for dairy free
No where near as good as the (at the time) out of stock 'buttery spread' made by the same brand. This tastes like.. nothing. It's OK if you just need a tasteless butter. The 'Pure Dairy Free Buttery Spread' is 5/5 compared to 2/5 for this one.
Great alternative to dairy butter!
Versatile and great for Vegans :)
Palm oil again. Surely it's possible to make vegan spread without palm oil?
Better than Butter
Great light taste, kids love it, you can bake with it (get better results than using butter). Always have a tub in my fridge.
As another reviewer has said, it looks good, nice packaging, and spread is a good colour and good consistency. Sadly that's where the "good" ends. It tastes of absolutely nothing. No flavour whatsoever ! Complete waste of calories and money. Would be just as good with dry bread. Seriously. AND, it's most certainly not "pure sunflower" - contains palm oil and linseed. So disappointed. ☹️
Tastes like someone put an ashtray in my mouth
Spreads like real butter, looks like real butter, tastes like ash. There’s better brands out there.