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Stunned shoppers spot security tags on butter and cheese amid soaring prices

food items.Most people think they'd be able to sail through the self-scanner with everyday items such as butter, chicken, or cheese.However, Brits have been left baffled after finding some such items slapped with security labels and tags amid soaring prices. READ MORE: Shopper leaves savage note on shelves after reviewing supermarket curryThe comments come after it was revealed this week that Lurpak butter has been seen selling for more than £9 a pack in some supermarkets.In Iceland, a kilogram of Lurpak is priced at £9.35, while at Sainsbury’s online, a 750g tub is listed at £7.25.Many have taken to Twitter to comment on the security tags after spotting them on items in the likes of Asda, Aldi, Tesco and Co-op.One exclaimed: "Britain in 2022… Lurpak butter is at £6 a tub in ASDA and even has a security tag on it.

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