Kellogg's Krave White Chocolate Brownie (375g) was £2.69 now £1.34 @ Tesco - HotUKDeals
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Kellogg's Krave White Chocolate Brownie (375g) was £2.69 now £1.34

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#1
Are'nt they trying to ban this stuff?
#2
Not in my local Tesco earlier today.
#3
As with all deals NOT all stores stock all products (Take the tins of chocolates)
#4
Big Tesco in Hull St Stephens has had this all week, will probably try and grab more in York tomorrow. Thanks OP, love this cereal.
#5
not in my local they weren't
#6
Tesco where i am has them, good stuff for just munching on at work, cheers
#7
th3boy
Tesco where i am has them, good stuff for just munching on at work, cheers


You must have a class diet.
#8
Got some from eaglescliffe store last night.Very nice!
#9
bought 2 other day :)
#10
Can't believe people actually buy this garbage. Stuff like this should be banned.

Voted cold as you couldn't pay me to eat this.
#11
Best cereal out there
1 Like #12
Ian182
Can't believe people actually buy this garbage. Stuff like this should be banned.

Voted cold as you couldn't pay me to eat this.

SHADAAAAAAAAP!
#13
Foul tasting. Awful imo.
1 Like #14
Always wondered what personal taste has to do with a good price. So i hate olives so that mean i should vote cold on every deal that has them?
#15
whatsThePoint
with 3 lots of added sugar and high in saturated fats what is there not to like :|
Cereal Flours(51%)(Rice, Oat, Wheat), White Chocolate Flavour Filling (Sugar, White Chocolate{9%} {Sugar, Whole Milk Powder, Cocoa Butter}, Vegetable Oil, Skimmed Milk Powder, Modified Starch, Milk Whey Powder, Emulsifier{Soy Lecithin}, Flavourings), Sugar, Cocoa Powder, Salt, Antioxidant (Ascorbyl Palmitate, Alpha Tocopherol). Niacin, Iron, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), Vitamin B1 (Thiamin), Folic Acid, Vitamin B12.

Too many vitamins for my liking!
Too many vitamins for my liking!
#16
Love these
#17
Oh god!! why did I see this? now I have to buy cupboard full of these (_;)
#18
shazar
Always wondered what personal taste has to do with a good price. So i hate olives so that mean i should vote cold on every deal that has them?

I always buy whatever cereal is on offer. My reasoning being that it all contains roughly the same stuff so why bother spending extra on the usual suspects. Then I bought a few boxes of this stuff when it was on offer... It was so bad I had to give it away. My wife found it hilarious! Changed my view of cereals. I didn't vote hot or cold, merely warned people that it may not be a good idea to buy a load untested.
#19
I gave my daughter this stuff for breakfast recently and told her to give her teeth a good clean afterwards. No matter how hard she scrubbed, and then how hard I scrubbed - we could not get it of her teeth. I had to get a pin and dig it out of her teeth!!! I don't think I'll be buying this stuff again. It really is a load of crap if you think about it.
#20
So all the nay-sayers never eat any desserts, sweets, dried fruit, etc?

Compared to a 'no added sugar' muesli; both recommended servings:
Muesli: 230kc, 12.5 sugar (35.8 carbs), 4.9 fat, 9 protein (remember, 'no added sugar' variant)
Krave: 191kc 15 sguar (27 carbs), 6 fat, 7 protein

Not a massive difference. Really.
And for the fit and healthy; does it really matter exactly how complex your carbs are?
http://www.simplyshredded.com/the-science-of-nutrition-is-a-carb-a-carb.html

Me, I don't really eat any breakfast cereal because I want more protein and less carbs generally.
However, I'd happily have either Krave, Muesli or a chocolate bar as a sweet snack.

Unfortunately I find 'Krave' does justify it's name; so just like a multi-pack of chocolate bars, I find it all too easy to devour the lot. (Not eaten with milk, but I'm happy to eat most cereal without milk - but extra sweet ones like this I do generally approach as a biscuit from the off.)
#21
shazar
Always wondered what personal taste has to do with a good price. So i hate olives so that mean i should vote cold on every deal that has them?

So if Debenhams were selling a dog turd for £1 reduced from £100, should we vote it a hot deal because of such a massive discount. No, because the product is still rubbish.

In my personal opinion, this cereal is not far off dog turd, so paying £1.34, for me,is a really bad deal. Hence, voted cold.
#22
Ian182
shazar
Always wondered what personal taste has to do with a good price. So i hate olives so that mean i should vote cold on every deal that has them?
So if Debenhams were selling a dog turd for £1 reduced from £100, should we vote it a hot deal because of such a massive discount. No, because the product is still rubbish.In my personal opinion, this cereal is not far off dog turd, so paying £1.34, for me,is a really bad deal. Hence, voted cold.

If all other retailers were still selling said dog turd for £100 and people were silly enough to buy dog turds for £100, then the £1 dog turd would still represent a bargain.
Poop scoops are making free dog turds hard to come by... X)
#23
If lots of other people bought said dog turd for £100, then yes... voting it hot would make sense as something people buy is massively cheaper.

I think that 'CSI' is frankly less of a watch than a dog turd - and I'd still prefer to pay for the dog turd despite the fact I can get them free with three dogs in the house, than pay for a CSI boxset.
Should I have voted the deal you put up for the boxset cold on that basis?
#24
_g_
If lots of other people bought said dog turd for £100, then yes... voting it hot would make sense as something people buy is massively cheaper.

I think that 'CSI' is frankly less of a watch than a dog turd - and I'd still prefer to pay for the dog turd despite the fact I can get them free with three dogs in the house, than pay for a CSI boxset.
Should I have voted the deal you put up for the boxset cold on that basis?

If that's what you thought, yes. You should have.

How can you class something as a 'hot deal' when you believe the product to be rubbish? Just doesn't make sense.

At the end of the day, it's all a matter of opinion. Which makes this site great. But I fail to see how something can be a great deal when what you're buying is a turd.
#25
But if 99 people love this cereal, and one person (me) hates it, then my cold vote will soon be drowned out so it's no big deal.

Same applies for deals for olives, CSI boxsets and dog turds.
#26
And then this site becomes 'hot popular products', rather than hot deals generally.
Those with interests that aren't to the popular taste won't find any 'hot' deals because they will be voted cold by those that don't like the product, regardless of the deal.

Fine if your interests are popular mainstream, but not so great for those that are not.

So yes - I can class something as a 'hot deal' when it's a product I consider rubbish because I can see it's a good deal for the people buying it. Just because I don't share their tastes doesn't make it a bad deal for the people who want the product.

Edited By: _g_ on Jan 11, 2013 12:09
#27
This site is amazing at times - people orgasmic when someone posts near-kilo tins of Roses or Celebrations for £4, but don't ever dare post a sugary breakfast cereal!

Absolute nonsense.
#28
_g_
And then this site becomes 'hot popular products', rather than hot deals generally.
Those with interests that aren't to the popular taste won't find any 'hot' deals because they will be voted cold by those that don't like the product, regardless of the deal.

Fine if your interests are popular mainstream, but not so great for those that are not.

So yes - I can class something as a 'hot deal' when it's a product I consider rubbish because I can see it's a good deal for the people buying it. Just because I don't share their tastes doesn't make it a bad deal for the people who want the product.

A hot deal for you might be very different to a hot deal for me. That's why we both have the opporunity to vote hot or cold.

For me, it's a cold deal, despite the price, as I belive £2.69 is far too high for this rubbish in the first palce. I would still never consider paying £1.34 for it either, so still not a good deal for me.

Simple as that.
#29
whatsThePoint

why not compared it to a healthy added sugar breakfast cereal instead of trying to justify it by using a high fruit/nuts one (sugar/fat)
Because I'd looked at my house-mate's packet of said muesli a couple of days ago, so it was fresh in the mind.
Also because another house mate had used the "it's healthy, innit?" line.

And from that it made a nice comparison that something people VIEW as healthy isn't really that different from something people view as vastly unhealthy.

Taken from the Asda weetabix copy (because it lists it with milk as all the others have done)...
Muesli: 230kc, 12.5 sugar (35.8 carbs), 4.9 fat, 9 protein (remember, 'no added sugar' variant)
Krave: 191kc 15 sguar (27 carbs), 6 fat, 7 protein
Wheat Bisks: 205kc, 8.9 sugar (32.9 carbs), 3.2 fat, 9.3 protein.

If we decide that we don't care THAT much whether our carb chains come one side or another of the arbitrary '3' classification for sugar/complex, it#s again not a massive amount out.
Appreciated my example has more sugar - but less carbs overall.

Ian182:
So anything you wouldn't consider buying is a 'cold deal'?
Doesn't seem fair to me and we're back to people with more niche interests never getting to see hot deals for their area.

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