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Kernel King 340g peanut butter 59p @ b&m

£0.59 @ B&M Retail
Had the bigger 454g jars for the same price about a month ago in Crewe. the 454g jars are 91% peanuts the 340g jars are; 67% peanuts fat 33.7g per 100g of which saturates 18.2g carbohydrate 40.3… Read More
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8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago
Had the bigger 454g jars for the same price about a month ago in Crewe.
the 454g jars are 91% peanuts
the 340g jars are;
67% peanuts
fat 33.7g per 100g
of which saturates 18.2g
carbohydrate 40.3g
of which sugars 4.6g
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#1
good find op, heat added
#2
Been this price for years ! Great taste too but get the green tops not blue as green are crunchy.
#3
Anyone tell me the nutrition on this on oil and sugar? Lidl and Aldi have the lowest in that department from what I've found so far.
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MadeInBeats
Anyone tell me the nutrition on this on oil and sugar? Lidl and Aldi have the lowest in that department from what I've found so far.
Its revolting! Full of palm oil.
#5
deadleg22
MadeInBeats
Anyone tell me the nutrition on this on oil and sugar? Lidl and Aldi have the lowest in that department from what I've found so far.
Its revolting! Full of palm oil.

Will be sticking to Lidl then... thanks...
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ASDA value band peanut butter used to be 100% peanuts... then they changed the recipe and added the palm oil etc. Pah. So these days the only thing is Meridian... who have sometimes cheaper non-glass platsic tubs (bigger size).

I would've stuck with ASDA forever though at only 50p a jar. Too bad they stopped making it. Send a complaint to ASDA on their website never heard back. Who are these people who do this? I want to know how much extra profit they think they'll get adding palm oil when pure peanuts are already cheap enough.
#7
dreamcat4
ASDA value band peanut butter used to be 100% peanuts... then they changed the recipe and added the palm oil etc. Pah. So these days the only thing is Meridian... who have sometimes cheaper non-glass platsic tubs (bigger size).
I would've stuck with ASDA forever though at only 50p a jar. Too bad they stopped making it. Send a complaint to ASDA on their website never heard back. Who are these people who do this? I want to know how much extra profit they think they'll get adding palm oil when pure peanuts are already cheap enough.
Agree. I'm trying to locate cashew butter for a reasonable price due to a peanut allergy. Thought I'd found the answer in M&S but looking at the ingredients of their cashew butter it contains 4% peanuts, probably to reduce the cost but that rules it out for me. Frustrating!

Edited By: Dogeared on Sep 04, 2016 17:42
#8
I actually prefer the peanut butter with palm oil I keep the whole earth brand in my cupboard myself.
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MadeInBeats
Anyone tell me the nutrition on this on oil and sugar? Lidl and Aldi have the lowest in that department from what I've found so far.
the 454g jars are 91% peanuts
the 340g jars are;
67% peanuts
fat 33.7g per 100g
of which saturates 18.2g
carbohydrate 40.3g
of which sugars 4.6g
Sorry, it doesn't say about oil.

Edited By: Stuart1234cat on Sep 04, 2016 18:41
#10
dreamcat4
ASDA value band peanut butter used to be 100% peanuts... then they changed the recipe and added the palm oil etc. Pah. So these days the only thing is Meridian... who have sometimes cheaper non-glass platsic tubs (bigger size).
I would've stuck with ASDA forever though at only 50p a jar. Too bad they stopped making it. Send a complaint to ASDA on their website never heard back. Who are these people who do this? I want to know how much extra profit they think they'll get adding palm oil when pure peanuts are already cheap enough.

!00% for 50p !!! Jezz... will be checking anyway just in case !


Stuart1234cat
MadeInBeats
Anyone tell me the nutrition on this on oil and sugar? Lidl and Aldi have the lowest in that department from what I've found so far.
the 454g jars are 91% peanuts
the 340g jars are;
67% peanuts
fat 33.7g per 100g
of which saturates 18.2g
carbohydrate 40.3g
of which sugars 4.6g
Sorry, it doesn't say about oil.

Why would they change the balance based of the size of the jar?!?!? 91% isn't the worst ever though... still and all, Lidl and Aldi still have the edge.

Edited By: MadeInBeats on Sep 04, 2016 20:36
#11
Stuart1234cat
MadeInBeats
Anyone tell me the nutrition on this on oil and sugar? Lidl and Aldi have the lowest in that department from what I've found so far.
the 454g jars are 91% peanuts
the 340g jars are;
67% peanuts
fat 33.7g per 100g
of which saturates 18.2g
carbohydrate 40.3g
of which sugars 4.6g
Sorry, it doesn't say about oil.


Oil is fat!
#12
If anyone's interested in a decent peanut butter, Aldi do a Specially Selected jar for £1.99 which contains 92% peanuts
#13
There's a brand in Morrisons called Proper Nutty which do are 100% nut with no palm oil or additives. Seen in Derby store so presume mostly countrywide
#14
WaxMechaniK
If anyone's interested in a decent peanut butter, Aldi do a Specially Selected jar for £1.99 which contains 92% peanuts


Agreed the aldi specially selected is the best peanut butter I've ever had bar none. It even keeps longer than the brand leaders and didn't develop that rancid taste. Not cheap mind you but worth it.

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