#AnShop Supermarket Maths

This week’s supermarket supplement is from Aldi with a weekly school lunch planner. My question is, which day provides the cheapest lunch? (To make it more higher order, make sure to think about how much of each product you’ll need. For example, will you eat all the apples on Monday or just one?) #ss

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