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Marmite 250g Jar Just £1.58 at Home Bargains

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5y, 9m agoFound 5 years, 9 months ago
250g Jar of Marmite.

Long shelf life, mine has a BBE September 2011

Currently £2.58 at Asda, and £2.72 at Tesco's and Sainsbury's
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#1
I know there are marmite lovers, and marmite haters, so this is to help the marmite lovers!

( but to the haters, please, just because you don't like marmite, don't vote this cold!)

Edited By: Lowin on Mar 01, 2011 17:07: typo
3 Likes #2
Even Marmite haters like Marmite when they don't know they're eating it.
#3
I hate marmite/vegemite stuff but voted hot! Excellent deal shame my Ozzie half only eats vegemite lol
#4
Thats not a long shelf life at all...
#5
Marmite - Yuck!
#6
Love it ;)
#7
Marmite - Hate it!
Deal - Love it!

Can never understand why marmite is so expensive?!?! Have some heat.....
#8
tomwatts
Thats not a long shelf life at all...


Home bargains often sells products that are at their, or soon at their BBE date. This marmite is in date by 6 months
#9
Yum!
Voted hot.
#10
"Long shelf life"

How do you tell if it has gone off?
#11
I think it was Lee Evans that said "I won a competition - a years supply of Marmite. One jar..."
#12
Marmite is one of those things that doesn't seem to go off (to me anyway) ..amazed they never turfed somew out of an egyptian pyramid along with old but perfectly useable honey.
Love it great deal will top up
Thanks for posting O.P.
#13
MR GUS
Marmite is one of those things that doesn't seem to go off (to me anyway) ..amazed they never turfed somew out of an egyptian pyramid along with old but perfectly useable honey.
Love it great deal will top up
Thanks for posting O.P.
Yup. A mound of butter was dug up recently that was 400 years old and was still good eatin' and I saw someone open up a 50 year old tin of corned beef on telly and that was fine. My sister's pet pebble will go off faster than Marmite.
#14
I love it:D
#15
My wife hates marmite, Im going to smear it all over body and kiss gently over and over and over again...and then........run off to the pub.........

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