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Frosties 750g - (Was £2.39) Now only 97p @Asda

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banned 1 Like #1
That's grrrrrrreaat..
#2
beat me with the pun haha.

I shall be off to get some of these later.
#3
i think frosties will be around for the next 100 years !! (a good thing by the way)
banned#4
oh darn - i got the same size last night in sainsbury for £1.10 and thought that was good price :( nevermind - thanks OP!
#5
Will bag some of these tomorrow. Thanks OP. H&R left
#6
Just finished the Wheetos, so think I'll pick some of these up.

Thanks, OP =)
#7
very hot deal, i bought some of these for £2 last Friday from Asda
#8
great deal if it's nationwide, if it is, it'll have an expiry date surely??
#9
Max-Power
great deal if it's nationwide, if it is, it'll have an expiry date surely??


everything does, its the law!!:-D
#10
Sweet.
#11
Its an Asda rollback so no expiry date that I know of. And yes its nationwide.
#12
bargain price. better than sainsburys. Grrreeat deal :thumbsup:
#13
Might as well eat a bowl full of sugar.....

Voted Cold - kids cerials like these should be banned....they are so unhealthy for the kids teeth.
#14
Might as well eat a bowl full of sugar.....

Voted Cold - kids cerials like these should be banned....they are so unhealthy for the kids teeth.
#15
spenspuma
Might as well eat a bowl full of sugar.....

Voted Cold - kids cerials like these should be banned....they are so unhealthy for the kids teeth.


Good job it's me that eat them at a ripely age of 34 then and not my 3 week old. I may start adding some into his bottle though as if there's milk in there already I may as well
#16
you're not supposed to vote cold because you don't like it, its a hot deal for everyone else that does want them.
#17
Nothing wrong with eating Frosties. The sugar content isnt that different from other supposedly healthy cereals. Learn to clean your teeth properly. Voted Hot.
1 Like #18
Only on for 5 days. Expires 25/5/10. Hot though. Was about to post this myself. I added expiry date to original post now.
#19
adamrwood
Only on for 5 days. Expires 25/5/10. Hot though. Was about to post this myself. I added expiry date to original post now.


Thanks for adding expiry date.

repped. :thumbsup:
#20
:thumbsup:Great offer they're £2 at Tesco
#21
If you go into the store and the shelf price isn't 97p, don't assume they're not doing the lower price. My local store had these priced at £2, but I got a member of staff to check the price for me - he said they're 97p, and that was also confirmed on my receipt. :)
#22
Got 2 boxes today, bargain. As for the comments about sugar, if I get regular cornflakes I put that much bloody sugar on them they would be twice as bad as frosties.
#23
spenspuma
Might as well eat a bowl full of sugar.....

Voted Cold - kids cerials like these should be banned....they are so unhealthy for the kids teeth.


You always get one don't you..................
#24
spenspuma
Might as well eat a bowl full of sugar.....

Voted Cold - kids cerials like these should be banned....they are so unhealthy for the kids teeth.


Dont give them to kids, problem solved :thumbsup: you do know that its down to parents wether their children are over weight or have too much sugar not the product !!!!
#25
TOOMBS
You always get one don't you..................


I agree.....and on this occasion its YOU..Hahaha
#26
boroborn1983
Dont give them to kids, problem solved :thumbsup: you do know that its down to parents wether their children are over weight or have too much sugar not the product !!!!

The big problem is..they are designed and marketed for KIDS...that's pretty obvious to see. So therefore most people wanting these will be children because of the adverts which are very child orientated. That's not to say parents shouldn't have to give in...but some parents may be oblivious to how bad these are for kids, because the assume they're ok because the adverts make them out to be perfect for children
#27
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_K998pLH9sls/Ssxg4Rehf2I/AAAAAAAAADo/XWteakg4N6w/s400/think_of_the_children.jpg
#28
Yes, lets ban this. Then lets ban all fizzy drinks, sweets cakes and puddings. On pancake day we should just use lemon juice. And ice cream should contain vegetables, not sugar. The ban should be imposed by food police and a special court of sugar malfeasance. Those who have been arguing against it:- you are outlaws and you're going to jail!
#29
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blahblahdoh
Yes, lets ban this. Then lets ban all fizzy drinks, sweets cakes and puddings. On pancake day we should just use lemon juice. And ice cream should contain vegetables, not sugar. The ban should be imposed by food police and a special court of sugar malfeasance. Those who have been arguing against it:- you are outlaws and you're going to jail!


You ever thought about seeing a doctor? Haha

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