UK supermarket prices seem so ridiculously cheap in these days of a high Aussie dollar and relatively lower GBP. Here, we have the notorious duopoly of the so called Fresh Food People, where I can hardly ever find anything that's particularly fresh, even in the small fresh food section, and Coles-SaveYour-SelffromthegrammarLesson-Everyday. We do have lots of green grocers at least in my local area (better range, quality and price on fresh food), some small Asian supermarkets, health food shops and, even, these days, a few ALDIs.
Mainstream pricing result:
$5 is the going rate for 1 packet of Sanatarium veg. sausages.
$6-7 if you want allegedly healthier ones with less protein and "gourmet" flavours
$3 for 300g tempeh always seems like the better bet, unless I have an urgent need to eat straight from the packet.