Lunch Mate Deli Style Premium Honey Ham
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  • I figured I could get around three or four sandwiches out of one container, depending on what else I put on the sandwich and how hungry I was, so I wanted to give it a try and I'm happy that I did
  • The ham slices weren't thick and I was pleased about that because I don't like my lunch meat too thick
  • The freshness of the honey ham was reasonably good, although when it comes to the freshest quality lunch meat, typically, what comes straight from the deli, based on my experience anyway, is freshest
  • For the price I paid, I feel the value was good, especially compared to what the name brand packaged lunch meats cost at other stores
  • It made for enjoyable, satisfying sandwiches and I managed to get around four sandwiches out of it, so not bad for the amount of money it cost me


    • by CirclingCanvas

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      Meats and cheeses sold at the deli counter in grocery stores can be pricey. That’s not to say some of the meats and cheeses aren’t worth the money and of course, it’s nice being able to have your meat or cheese sliced the way you like it, but if the thickness or thinness of your deli item isn’t that important to you, then checking out the pre-sliced lunch meat that comes in a container might be worth some attention. While I don’t buy all my lunch meat in these packaged containers, sometimes I do, because the value tends to be better and the quality is usually pretty decent.

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      nine ounce container at ALDI Food Market stores is Lunch Mate Deli Style Premium Honey Ham for two dollars and twenty-nine cents. I much prefer ham that is sweetened over ham that is not, so that, as well as the price, caught my attention. It being a nine ounce container too made this a good value because that’s a decent amount of ham for a little over two dollars. I figured I could get around three or four sandwiches out of one container, depending on what else I put on the sandwich and how hungry I was, so I wanted to give it a try and I’m happy that I
      did.

      While I would have been happier with this ham had it been sweeter in taste, there was fortunately enough sweetness to leave me reasonably satisfied with it. I can tell this ham wasn’t sweetened with that much honey, but at least it was a little sweet. The ham slices weren’t thick and I was pleased about that because I don’t like my lunch meat too thick. It wasn’t shaved ham either though, so it did have some thickness to it, just not a whole lot. For me, the thinness of the ham was just about right and it looked to me like ham that had been sliced on a one ...


      • Lunch Mate Deli Style Premium Honey Ham
      setting on a deli slicer, which is my usual number of choice.

      The freshness of the honey ham was reasonably good, although when it comes to the freshest quality lunch meat, typically, what comes straight from the deli, based on my experience anyway, is freshest. Now there are definite exceptions to that rule as I have gotten lunch meat from the deli counter that has tasted like it wasn’t too far off from expiring. This honey ham had about the freshness quality of typical packaged and pre-sliced lunch meat, which isn’t bad, it just doesn’t have the same degree of freshness as the lunch meat that I generally have the good

      fortune of getting from the deli counter.

      For the most part though, I liked this honey ham. For the price I paid, I feel the value was good, especially compared to what the name brand packaged lunch meats cost at other stores. It made for enjoyable, satisfying sandwiches and I managed to get around four sandwiches out of it, so not bad for the amount of money it cost me. I will likely by this honey ham again in the future occasionally. It may not be the absolute finest in taste, but for those times where I need to save a little extra money, this, to me, is a good budget-conscious purchase.




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Allison Albertson says :

re : I figured I could get around three or four sandwiches out of one container, depending on what else I put on the sandwich and how hungry I was, so I wanted to give it a try and I’m happy that I did
Yes it was just enough for 4 sandwiches for me, with a mid amount of meat on each sandwich equally. With this Baker’s Corner Giant lunchmeat and some soft, high quality, bread as my sandwich foundation, I just coulnd’t go wrong with ANYthing else I decided to put on said sandwich
Love, love, love, that it is perfectly seasoned and not too moist or dry. Handy package, fun bright colors and not badly priced. Good solid lunch choice here.

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CirclingCanvas replies :

I agree that this is a good solid lunch choice I’m glad to have tried it as it is yet another option for me when it comes time to decide what I want for lunch on any given day. Glad you enjoyed it too

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