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Cornflakes Cereal 500g 31p in Tesco

£0.31 @ Tesco
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I beg to differ , anyone could tell the difference , they have a horrible taste !

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2 Likes #1
My kids hate these cornflakes, they would make good flamedeer food though.
1 Like #2
Get these as cant afford the dearer brands and they not that bad :) and great price. :) Thanks for sharing xx
#3
you put these in a Kelloggs box and you wouldn't be any wiser as to what brand they are or how much they cost.
#4
these just taste the same imo

taste even better knowing they are 30 odd P imo

aldo their own brand rice crispies you can tell they are not as good, much harder
#5
31p, heat added :)
3 Likes #6
Ideal for making chocolate cornflke cakes at that price!
8 Likes #7
I beg to differ , anyone could tell the difference , they have a horrible taste !
suspended 1 Like #8
I bought a few boxes yesterday and have been making chocolate cornflakes with my nephews.... happy days!
#9
Can't go wrong with Cornflakes - There isn't much in them to make any brand much different.
#10
I use these to make choc cornflakes for my kids they love it
3 Likes #11
Cheap cornflakes from any budget brand all taste pretty horrible. Cheap shreddies on the other hand are the closest to tasting like the proper ones.

Check out wiggy's post in misc if you enjoy looking at a full isle of cheap cornflakes

http://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/went-into-tesco-leigh-today-1986840


Edited By: thebaron69 on Dec 17, 2014 22:17
3 Likes #12
Its food to be honest, were just label conscious ask the third world countries who have nothing, to be honest if this fills a family stomach on a low budget without having to do anything unlawful thats good instead of getting money from unlawful sources for higher branded food , my opinion
2 Likes #13
When I last had these they were definitely not the same as normal corn flakes (own brand or Kellogg's). They had a strange bubbly texture that made them more like polystyrene than food. I don't like throwing food away, but these were just a false economy and not one of us liked them. I just stick to the full price supermarket own brand cereals as they're still cheaper but just the same. I've found all the value cereals to be not quite right in taste or texture.
#14
thebaron69
Cheap cornflakes from any budget brand all taste pretty horrible. Cheap shreddies on the other hand are the closest to tasting like the proper ones.

Check out wiggy's post in misc if you enjoy looking at a full isle of cheap cornflakes

http://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/went-into-tesco-leigh-today-1986840


I can't speak for every store but definitely sainsbury's basic cornflakes are almost identical to sainsbury's regular brand cornflakes. The only discernible difference I can taste is that the basic brand have less sugar than the regular brand but not to the point where every mouthful has to be loaded with sugar to make it palatable. I think most people would be suprised at just how good the sainsbury's basic brand is.
1 Like #15
Cornflakes has always been a product where kellogs taste competely different to all other brands. Anyone who says there is no difference either have something wrong with their tastebuds or they are trying to kid themselves into thinking the cheap non kellogs cornflakes were a good buy.

And I am far from a brand snob, if anything, the comple te opposite. Just not with cornflakes...
2 Likes #16
Taste fine covered in sugar or artificial sweetener, or as some suggested make chocolate cakes with them. Could come in handy in the new year, go on an all cereal diet lol.

Or if you feel generous then buy a box or two and pop them in to the food bank box.
#17
These will be great for making cornflake cakes with my toddler. Thanks :)
banned 1 Like #18
amygx
Taste fine covered in sugar or artificial sweetener, or as some suggested make chocolate cakes with them. Could come in handy in the new year, go on an all cereal diet lol.

Or if you feel generous then buy a box or two and pop them in to the food bank box.
Wow you sound healthy.
#19
Heat :)
#20
My kids notice the different
But good to make chocolate cornflakes
#21
I tried these, I thought they were vile!
#22
I actually don't mind these, not too unlike Kelloggs. Although I hate the Sainsbury's basics cornflakes - nothing like Kelloggs!
#23
these taste nothing like kellogs
#24
Been that price for a while now, still a great deal to let people know about though. I usually keep three boxes of these in the cupboard to make chocolate cornflake crispies - surprisingly the kids often have them for breakfast and I have to get more (4 kids in our house btw!).

They taste just like any other white label supermarket cornflake really, obviously not Kellogg's standard but for 31p what would you expect!
#25
ideal for cornflake cakes using all the left over christmas chocolate !!!
#26
I've been buying these at this price for a while. Not as good as Kellogg's, obviously, but pretty decent and a great price. Plus, there always this low price, so you don't have to wait for offers on Kellogg's cereals.
#27
Girlfriend says these are pretty good and always 31p. Same price for morrisons saver cornflakes also. This is all you would get at the budget stores like Aldi etc but even cheaper. This is the problem people go to Tesco and buy premium brand and wonder why there shopping is more expensive than Aldi where they buy all own brand products. You can actually spend less at Tesco lately than Aldi and tesco offer fresh produce like bread, fish, pizza, deli, more staff and parking, not to mention free bags and a more superior till arrangement. Think Aldi have had their hayday and won't be going again, even with the clever marketing.
#28
This is the regular price.Been it for over a year.Not really a deal as such but they are decent tasting.The flakes just a bit smaller than leading brands.Don't bother with the Everyday Value rice krispies equivalent.Poor tasting imo.


Edited By: stamfordblue on Dec 18, 2014 10:30
#29
C'mon we not exactly talking health food here. Kids won't notice the difference if you change the box.
#30
These dont sound too ' deer ' ;)
#31
Tesco CEO Dave Lewis swears by them, on his £1.25m Pay packet...
#32
jase99
Girlfriend says these are pretty good and always 31p. Same price for morrisons saver cornflakes also. This is all you would get at the budget stores like Aldi etc but even cheaper. This is the problem people go to Tesco and buy premium brand and wonder why there shopping is more expensive than Aldi where they buy all own brand products. You can actually spend less at Tesco lately than Aldi and tesco offer fresh produce like bread, fish, pizza, deli, more staff and parking, not to mention free bags and a more superior till arrangement. Think Aldi have had their hayday and won't be going again, even with the clever marketing.

Another supermarket deal, another chance to moan about Aldi eh? :p
#33
These are as nice as Kelloggs.
#34
These are simply not eatable, don't even try its disgusting. Anyone who eats these must have no taste buds.
1 Like #35
"Like an own brand box of cornflakes:
He's going to let you down, my friend"
-Jarvis Cocker
#36
Aren't they always this cheap .. but honestly I bought them just to see how they are in comparison to our good old Kellogs and I can say they are okay (edible) and wont give u a stomach ache.. On the other hand Kellogs cant justify 200% price difference on simple cornflakes !!!! unless they cry out about there packaging.. we are paying £1 for cardboard box that says Kellogs
#37
heat added by the way 8)
#38
These are lovely
#39
jase99
Girlfriend says these are pretty good and always 31p. Same price for morrisons saver cornflakes also.

Exactly. This is an accurate cost of the contents rather than the over inflated big brand. Just flakes of corn for godsakes!

cocona
we are paying £1 for cardboard box that says Kellogs

Yep

Edited By: Alex87 on Dec 18, 2014 18:25
#40
Value cornflakes, like cheap cola is something which may resemble the original product but have a completely different taste. When you get use to a certain taste it's hard to change even when they are much cheaper. I have tried the value cornflakes and I found them thicker with a slight metallic taste so I didn't like them but that was only because I'd become use to the taste of Kelloggs ones. If money was tight and the choice was value cornflakes or no cornflakes than I guess I'd get use to the taste.

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