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Frijj for 50p - Back at Asda

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5y, 6m agoFound 5 years, 6 months ago
Having been a week or 2 or 2 for £2 its now back to 50p a bottle across all flavours :) Available online as well as instore
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#1
Yaaaaaaaawn!
#2
they must have had this same deal at asda twice in the last month. good price still
#3
Same price at Morrisons
1 Like #4
I wish they'd just leave them at this price - the right price - and have done with it.
#5
Seconded. I never touch them unless they are at 50/55p or 2 for 110.
1 Like #6
Agree with everyone, only ever buy at equiv of 50-55p a bottle because someone always has them at this price! They only up it to drop it again, absolute joke and getting sick of the game now! Plus realised the other day that despite being pitched as "low fat" there is actually around 350 calories a bottle!
suspended#7
also same at morrisons
#8
Shimmasok
Agree with everyone, only ever buy at equiv of 50-55p a bottle because someone always has them at this price! They only up it to drop it again, absolute joke and getting sick of the game now! Plus realised the other day that despite being pitched as "low fat" there is actually around 350 calories a bottle!


don't know the nutritional content of the product, but fat content and calorific value are separate things.
#9
Indeed. The calories come from the milk involved, as well as the obscene amount of sugar (nearly as bad as coke / orange juice). Fat content could be zero (or next to), and still have a high calorie content. Dried fruits are a prime example of this, along with fruit juices.
#10
I think they bump up the price so they shift more at 50p a bottle, like how they overprice finest stuff to make the regular goods seem cheaper.
#11
ryoooh
Shimmasok
Agree with everyone, only ever buy at equiv of 50-55p a bottle because someone always has them at this price! They only up it to drop it again, absolute joke and getting sick of the game now! Plus realised the other day that despite being pitched as "low fat" there is actually around 350 calories a bottle!


don't know the nutritional content of the product, but fat content and calorific value are separate things.


Quietus
Indeed. The calories come from the milk involved, as well as the obscene amount of sugar (nearly as bad as coke / orange juice). Fat content could be zero (or next to), and still have a high calorie content. Dried fruits are a prime example of this, along with fruit juices.


Yep it always makes me laugh that they advertise these as less than 3% fat when a Chocolate Fudge Brownie Frijj contains approximately 15 teaspoons of sugar and 435 calories!
#12
yummm
#13
already posted
#14
Shimmasok
Agree with everyone, only ever buy at equiv of 50-55p a bottle because someone always has them at this price! They only up it to drop it again, absolute joke and getting sick of the game now! Plus realised the other day that despite being pitched as "low fat" there is actually around 350 calories a bottle!


Yes I totally agree..
#15
fudge brownie's are to die for.....I can drink em for fun!
#16
stevos9
fudge brownie's are to die for.....I can drink em for fun!


Yeah, my favourite flavour too :)
#17
These are rubbish, ive only tried a few of them but i agree with everyone else i would never pay more than 50p a bottle. 2 for £2 are you having a giraffe? I just found these very odd indeed because i like my drinks cold, very cold and these stupid milkshakes didnt get that cold, even when put into the freezer. In fact these milkshakes are that bad that id prefer a yazoo milkshake, lol.

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