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Copella English Apple Juice half price instore @ Sainsburys 84P for 750ml

£0.84 @ Sainsbury's
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#1
Lovely for a hangover.
#2
Great spot OP, heat added! Offer ends 21/09/2010.
#3
great price.
#4
Love the Apple & Mango flvour.
#5
love it
#6
It's a great, really healthy, tasy juice. RRP normally? Around £2 isn't it?
#7
it was 1 quid in tesco while ago and that was a good price but this is awsome!
#8
shame i dont have a sainsburys anywhere within 15 miles of me.

good price though, i like the cherry one and the apple plain one.
#9
Love this stuff, haven't bought it as much since the went from 1ltr to 750ml without changing the price. :( Might be tempted now though.
#10
I'm not too sure about the amount of sugar though :p
#11
BadBeatDuke
Love this stuff, haven't bought it as much since the went from 1ltr to 750ml without changing the price. :( Might be tempted now though.

Same here mate. After the VERY sneaky reduction in bottle size, I just switched to getting the stores own brand 1ltr pressed apple juice, which tastes the same wherever you get it really, and is always cheaper, especially when you buy two cartons.
banned#12
area88
It's a great, really healthy, tasy juice. RRP normally? Around £2 isn't it?


Tasty? Yes!
Healthy? Haha, no.
#13
this is a good price, should be rrp at £1 not close to £2.
#14
Xenu :)
area88
It's a great, really healthy, tasy juice. RRP normally? Around £2 isn't it?


Tasty? Yes!
Healthy? Haha, no.


WRONG!

A premium cloudy apple juice pressed from hand-selected apples. 3lbs of apples are packed into every litre to produce its unique, delicious taste. Available in 1.25 litre, 750ml, 330ml and 250ml bottles.

Typical values per 100ml serving:
Energy: 199kj/47kcal
Protein: 0g
Carbohydrate: 11.7g
of which sugars*: 10.4g
Fat: 0g
of which saturates: 0g
Fibre: 0.4g
Sodium/salt equivalent: Trace
Vitamin C: 30mg (50% RDA*)
#15
sharkalos
Xenu
area88
It's a great, really healthy, tasy juice. RRP normally? Around £2 isn't it?


Tasty? Yes!
Healthy? Haha, no.


WRONG!

A premium cloudy apple juice pressed from hand-selected apples. 3lbs of apples are packed into every litre to produce its unique, delicious taste. Available in 1.25 litre, 750ml, 330ml and 250ml bottles.

Typical values per 100ml serving:
Energy: 199kj/47kcal
Protein: 0g
Carbohydrate: 11.7g
of which sugars*: 10.4g
Fat: 0g
of which saturates: 0g
Fibre: 0.4g
Sodium/salt equivalent: Trace
Vitamin C: 30mg (50% RDA*)


It's healthy as in it's a fruit and contains no fats or salt, but that's a hell of a lot of sugar if you were to drink a large glass of it, I think coca cola is very close to that.

It is natural sugar, which is enough of a justification for me to drink it!! :D
#16
Mmmm...The Tropicana of the apple world. Delish!!
#17
Fair price, these USED to be ONE Ltr bottles!! !grrr
banned#18
sharkalos
Xenu
area88
It's a great, really healthy, tasy juice. RRP normally? Around £2 isn't it?


Tasty? Yes!
Healthy? Haha, no.


WRONG!

A premium cloudy apple juice pressed from hand-selected apples. 3lbs of apples are packed into every litre to produce its unique, delicious taste. Available in 1.25 litre, 750ml, 330ml and 250ml bottles.

Typical values per 100ml serving:
Energy: 199kj/47kcal
Protein: 0g
Carbohydrate: 11.7g
of which sugars*: 10.4g
Fat: 0g
of which saturates: 0g
Fibre: 0.4g
Sodium/salt equivalent: Trace
Vitamin C: 30mg (50% RDA*)


Sugar is sugar. You may not realise but typical grape juice has 50% more sugar than Coca Cola!
Fruit juice contains a lot of calories, they will mostly be from sugars or carbohydrates. In comparison to a whole fruit, juice lacks a lot of nutrients and fibre. Also a chemical reaction takes place which causes the sugar contents to cause a lot of damage to your teeth.

Edited By: Xenu :) on Sep 01, 2010 21:57: 123

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