Money The bargains of the week - current offers from Aldi, Lidl and Co.

13:01  01 april  2020
13:01  01 april  2020 Source:   zeitjung.de

Second-hand supercars: millionaire motors for a fraction of the cost

  Second-hand supercars: millionaire motors for a fraction of the cost Fancy a supercar for a fraction of the cost? We’ve trawled the classifieds to find a selection of exotic bargainsCrazy though it sounds, one of the best supercars of recent memory is already looking good value. We are, of course, referring to the McLaren 600LT of 2018. Mega though the track-prepped McLaren is, it hasn’t held its value well. You could easily spend more than £250,000 on one when new, but they’re now available for less than £150,000. The 600LT may have further to fall, too.

Discover this week 's deals on groceries and goods at ALDI . View our weekly grocery ads to see current and upcoming sales at your local ALDI store.

German supermarkets Aldi and Lidl have caught the attention of upmarket magazine Tatler, who have rated them on where to get the best bargain . Lidl won the battle of the budget brands with cheaper salmon and champagne. Blind taste tests also revealed their food was tastier than Fortnum and

These 3 superfoods have green labels, but are actually harmful to people and the environment.

  „Healthy Food“ von dem du die Finger lassen solltest © ZEITjUNG

Chia seeds, quinoa and almond milk. Rich in good omega fats, fiber and really sustainable. Or? Not quite. That may be true with the nutrients, which is why they are also called " Superfood ". However, they are not sustainable because their cultivation is problematic. The reasons for this are not on the packaging.

That is why we have a list of "bad superfood" that you should keep your hands off - and researched more sustainable (and cheaper) options so that you don't have to do without your Healthy Lifestyle .

Almond Milk & Bee Death

Almond milk tastes sweet, is more tolerable than conventional cow's milk and, in terms of air pollution, more sustainable. The problem lies in growing almonds. These mostly come from California, where the almond trees can only be pollinated with the help of billions of bees. The bees are literally transported from one plantation to the next. This forced walking and the pesticides used in the fields cause massive bee deaths.

A real eco alternative? oat milk ! Growing in this country is clearly cheaper and no bee has to die for it.

Closed, European museums are looking for new audiences on the internet .
© AFP PHOTO / DIETER NAGL The Belvedere Museum in Vienna, known in particular for exhibiting the famous kiss of Klimt, thus offers mini-conferences around a painting live on Facebook, where the public can ask questions in comments. Guided tours, podcasts, workshops: European museums, forced to close in the face of the new coronavirus, take advantage of this to develop their online offers in a rush, seeing it as an opportunity to reach new audiences.

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