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innocent pure fruit smoothie 1 litre - £1.00 @ FarmFoods

£1.00 @ FarmFoods
Blackberry, Srawberry and Boysenberry Smoothie, far more elsewhere. I think this is an ongoing promotion Read More
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Blackberry, Srawberry and Boysenberry Smoothie, far more elsewhere.
I think this is an ongoing promotion
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#1
are you sure it's 1Litre as Innocent have reduced the size to 750ml
#2
Even if it is 750ml this is a fab price. Most places on offer are doing 2 for £4. Though if it is 1 litre its a super fab offer
#3
Just been to check the fridge and it is 1 litre
#4
Expect these are maybe relatively short datelined stock, perhaps clearing up the last of the companys 1l stock or as a result in a packaging error. Grab them whilst you can, good price.
#5
I have to say I'm miffed at Innocent changing the cartons to 750ml and not dropping the price to match the 25% loss. Felt like a stealth move by them!
#6
in recent years I don't think they have been profitable hence the reduction. Still hot though
#7
I can confirm that they are the 1 litre carton as i have just bought some from Portsmouth branch
#8
Defiant306
I have to say I'm miffed at Innocent changing the cartons to 750ml and not dropping the price to match the 25% loss. Felt like a stealth move by them!

same with Cathedral City cheese, inflation really starting to bite.
#9
impressive, off to pick up a couple now!
#10
These are also on sale at Cool Trader for £1 - also includes the mango/orange and another fruit flavour.
normal 1ltre size.
#11
Gastronomix
Expect these are maybe relatively short datelined stock, perhaps clearing up the last of the companys 1l stock or as a result in a packaging error. Grab them whilst you can, good price.
Mine have BBE 12th August 2011 stamped on them.
1 Like #12
I may have to vote this cold as around 2-3 years ago I saw this for 99p at FarmFoods!
#13
if I didn't have to burn 13 miles of petrol to get this deal, it would be roasting... still voted hot, but it's defo not a London thing.
#14
Yeah this is the 1 litre carton stocked up on them today lemon honey and ginger is nice
#15
Cant get enough of this stuff.. and its darn expensive at Tesco, even when they have 2 for £5 offers on.. So at £1 you've earned yourself some heat. Thankyou!
3 Likes #16
Farmfoods also sell 454g (1lb) Frozen Mixed Berries @ £1 (Strawberries, Raspberries, Blackberries, Redcurrants, Blackcurrants, Blueberries)

Use a blender with any liquid you like (Milk, Juice, water etc etc), blenders are quick to wash too

This method is far more nutricious, Frozen berries are often more nutrient rich than fresh berries as they are freshly frozen while many berries may have been picked days/weeks before arriving in supermarkets. Anyway, if you dont mind taking 5 minutes to prepare this, its much healthier than a prepackaged smoothie, Fank Yu and Gudnite.
#17
Yes I agree with Hotukdealz on this one..

These carton smoothies are now becoming a bit of a joke on price, these are made using tons of lots of mixed fruits that are not quite the quality that is needed to sell normally through retail outlets so they mash and blend them to make these smoothies, yes they are made from fresh ingredients but the makers get tons of this fruit at very large discounts and then sell there finished products at very inflated prices, and through marketing and clever sales ploys have the general public believe they are buying an exclusive product and then charge accordingly, now they are even cutting the size of the cartons from 1 litre to 750ml and still charging the same prices..

Buy some fresh or frozen fruit as Hotukdealz has pointed out and add milk or water and blend your own, you''l find you don't need as much fruit as you think to make a quality smoothie!
#18
Great! Luckily theres a Farmfoods around the corner from where I live X)
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Tyler Halifax
I may have to vote this cold as around 2-3 years ago I saw this for 99p at FarmFoods!

yeah but the cost of buying a time machine to travel back will increase the price
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JC82
Tyler Halifax
I may have to vote this cold as around 2-3 years ago I saw this for 99p at FarmFoods!

yeah but the cost of buying a time machine to travel back will increase the price



Actually it wasn't 2 years ago, it was 7 years ago and 1p may not sound like a huge saving but if you were to buy 50 then it is 50p.
1 Like #21
JC82
Tyler Halifax
I may have to vote this cold as around 2-3 years ago I saw this for 99p at FarmFoods!

yeah but the cost of buying a time machine to travel back will increase the price


He was winding u up mate
1 Like #22
I love Innocent smoothies, especially the strawberry one and the kiwi one... but I do prefer making my own. Guys if you like smoothies but don't really know how or have the patience, it's so quick and easy.

ASDA are currently selling a brilliant compact smoothie machine for £15 right now. The blender unit is about the size of a pint glass, and the smoothie cup itself actually doubles up as the blending jug so the only mess you have is the cup you are drinking out of. Handful of ice, some low fat natural yogurt, handful of strawberry's and half a banana with a good squeezing of lime juice (chuck in a little of the zest too for good measure). Cost of making a ~450-500ml smoothie? A bag of walkers crisps...

And that's the genius thing about making your own smoothies - you can use whatever you want... like more lime juice? Done. Like less pineapple? Done. Want to add some peanut butter? Do it. Want to add ice cream? Fine.

Don't get me wrong, i'm heading to Farmfoods tomorrow for a few cartons for when i'm on the go but when at home I always recommend making your own. You'll know exactly how fresh your fruit is, no hidden extras or additives, you can make your own wonderful concoctions... a new one each time. And cheaper than the pre-made stuff...
#23
Cheers!

1 litre in my local for £1 each. Expiry dates on them were August 8th 2011.

Have some heat.
#24
These things are disgusting, good price though
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stezo2k
These things are disgusting, good price though

They do a vindaloo and chips smoothie, if the fruit isnt to your taste :)
#26
my shop had none left and instead i was sucked into stocking up on mountain dew and coke :(
#27
My local Farmfoods looks like it's from the 70s. And it hasn't been cleaned since then, either :(
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KittyKate
My local Farmfoods looks like it's from the 70s. And it hasn't been cleaned since then, either :(
I popped into one recently- I half expected to see Del Boy, Rodney and The Peckham Prowler
1 Like #29
None in Blackpool, just reminded me why I don't shop there. Full of benefit cheats and the absolute scum of society. The shop was dirty, smelly and looked like it was from 30 years ago (even though its only been open a couple of years)
#30
None in Glasgow cambridge st

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