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Meridian Crunchy Peanut Butter 1kg - £3.99 - Free Standard Delivery @ Dolphin Fitness

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Meridian Crunchy Peanut Butter 1kg Tub + Free Standard Delivery Currently priced at £3.99 reduced from £5.49 Meridian are specialists in Nut & Seed Butters with over 25 years of experience of nu… Read More
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Meridian Crunchy Peanut Butter 1kg Tub + Free Standard Delivery

Currently priced at £3.99 reduced from £5.49

Meridian are specialists in Nut & Seed Butters with over 25 years of experience of nuts and seeds. Meridian 100% Peanut Butter is made from only Peanuts that are lightly roasted before being ground into a rough crunchy texture at our factory in Wales. We leave the skins on the peanuts as we believe that this gives the most natural product possible. Contains naturally occurring sugar.
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1 Like #1
Thanks OP. Just a heads up that it works out even cheaper if you order 6 tubs for 21.55 = 3.59 a tub
#2
What's the expiry date?
2 Likes #3
lovely tasting stuff and doesn't contain palm oil :)
1 Like #4
My favourite peanut butter :)
#5
great deal, if only it came up last week, bought some from amazon
#6
never tried this...but i bet it'll go good on some pancakes with nutella...
1 Like #7
Ooooo I go through so much of this stuff, must be a kg a week and still a lean mean machine. Perfect fats!!
1 Like #8
Powzer
never tried this...but i bet it'll go good on some pancakes with nutella...


Best peanut butter you can get, imo
1 Like #9
miimiii
What's the expiry date?

From my expereince, when items go on sale from Dolphin fitness the expiry date is just around the corner...
#10
I bought this when it was a £1 in Tesco. I love peanut butter but didn't like this at all. It goes all watery and tastes unpleasant. I mass bought and actually threw 3 jars away.

Good deal if you like the taste but not in the same universe as Whole earth's peanut butter in my opinion.

Edited By: MDL199 on Feb 19, 2017 12:11
#11
MDL199
I bought this when it was a £1 in Tesco. I love peanut butter but didn't like this at all. It goes all watery and tastes unpleasant. I mass bought and actually threw 3 jars away.
Good deal if you like the taste but not in the same universe as Whole earth's peanut butter in my opinion.

I have to ask you this but did you remember to mix the oil with the peanut butter or throw it out like some people do? :)

Edited By: Alex235 on Feb 19, 2017 12:28
2 Likes #12
Alex235
MDL199
I bought this when it was a £1 in Tesco. I love peanut butter but didn't like this at all. It goes all watery and tastes unpleasant. I mass bought and actually threw 3 jars away.
Good deal if you like the taste but not in the same universe as Whole earth's peanut butter in my opinion.
I have to ask you this but did you remember to mix the oil with the peanut butter or throw it out like some people do? :)

I did mix it as reviews on Amazon said the oil separates from the peanuts but I've never experienced that with other peanut butters. It certainly isn't very nice.

The main problem with the taste is that unlike most peanut butters the nuts are roasted in their skins which gives it a more bitter taste.

I would advise anyone who hasn't tried this before not to mass buy as the taste is very different to almost any other peanut butter and whilst some clearly like it others won't.

If you like the taste then this is hot for sure.
#13
This and the Bulk Powders stuff are very nice tho i usually go for smooth; as this is often separated I just use a food mixer with a flat beater attachment (like Kitchen Aid), makes short work of re-mixing to how it should be. (_;)
#14
Morrison have their own 100% peanut butter now and it's less than £2. It's very nice so why pay more?
#15
magic01010
Morrison have their own 100% peanut butter now and it's less than £2. It's very nice so why pay more?
Can't find it on Morrisons web site do you have a link?
If it is less than 39.9p per 100g then it is worth buying
#16
miimiii
What's the expiry date?
The last lot i bought, in December 2016, at this price from them had an expiry date of December 2017
#17
I agree with you, magic01010. I purchased a 340g smooth peanut butter from Morrison's, only cost £1.00.
Why pay more?
2 Likes #18
Link to Morrisons Crunchy 340g @ £1 ...but I think you super fit "body is a temple" guys won't appreciate the inclusion of Palm oil, sugar and sea salt! X)
3 Likes #19
magic01010
Morrison have their own 100% peanut butter now and it's less than £2. It's very nice so why pay more?
This is a 1Kg tub of high end PB. The big 4 supermarkets own brand does not compare both in taste and ingredients. This has no added oil and is one of the best tasting PB on the market. BTW the peanut oil in cheap PB is removed and replaced with cheap oils.
Its a bargain at this price delivered. The only supermarket PB that I like is Lidl own brand

Heat++

Dolphin Fitness are also very good for nutritional yeast flakes as they sell the market leading brand delivered for less than most other online and high street retailers.

Thanks OP Top brand from a good online store :) Saw this "on offer" at Nature Intended for £5 yesterday


Edited By: frownbreaker on Feb 19, 2017 17:29
#20
yummy :D
1 Like #21
frownbreaker
magic01010
Morrison have their own 100% peanut butter now and it's less than £2. It's very nice so why pay more?
This is a 1Kg tub of high end PB. The big 4 supermarkets own brand does not compare both in taste and ingredients. This has no added oil and is one of the best tasting PB on the market. BTW the peanut oil in cheap PB is removed and replaced with cheap oils.
Its a bargain at this price delivered. The only supermarket PB that I like is Lidl own brand
Heat++
Dolphin Fitness are also very good for nutritional yeast flakes as they sell the market leading brand delivered for less than most other online and high street retailers.
Thanks OP Top brand from a good online store :) Saw this "on offer" at Nature Intended for £5 yesterday
Aldi did have an amazing peanut butter and then they added palm oil, and now it's revolting. Besides palm oil being bad for the environment, super heated to cause cancer, it just taste bad, especially so with peanut butter.
#22
Damn only just recently bought a bulk buy off this website which worked out at £4 a tub. That same bulk buy would now be £3.59

Best order another 6 then.

Any cashback websites work with dolphin? Can't find them on topcashback
#23
willysnapper
Link to Morrisons Crunchy 340g @ £1 ...but I think you super fit "body is a temple" guys won't appreciate the inclusion of Palm oil, sugar and sea salt! X)

24.4g of Protein per 100g is not great either.
#24
It's the best peanut butter you can get, whole earth is pretty good but it is very salty. This is 100% natural with no palm oil at all. Its as natural as you can get so separation of oils is natural. Put the tub upside down
#25
Lovely stuff, especially for cooking. Must admit I do also love the Whole Earth one. Just ordered this, thanks OP.
#26
I buy this stuff for my Weimeraner as he loves it and the fact it contains no palm oil he can eat it.
#27
This is a good price for a very nice tasting peanut butter.

I've recently bought the organic version.

In my opinion, this is the best peanut butter on the market, as it doesn't contain any salt or palm oil. Somebody mentioned that the Wholefoods brand are better, however, they use palm oil and / or salt in their products.

Palm oil is unhealthy and palm plantations are a huge driver in rainforest destruction, and salt isn't very good for you either.
1 Like #28
Good deal if you like it but chucked mine out too.
Got it on offer for £1 but have reverted back to whole earth.
Skippy (from Costco) is the best but full of sugar and hydrogenated fat :(
#29
good thing i love peanut butter :)

any other decent offers on this site, people know about?
#30
Rob_1304
Powzer
never tried this...but i bet it'll go good on some pancakes with nutella...
Best peanut butter you can get, imo
I agree but I go for the organic version :-)
#31
Cheers guys, I was running low on this beauty :)
#32
edinburgher
Lovely stuff, especially for cooking. Must admit I do also love the Whole Earth one. Just ordered this, thanks OP.
what would you use this in?
#33
miimiii
What's the expiry date?

Just had 6 tubs delivered with an expiry date of March 2018.
At the rate I eat this stuff I doubt they will even see March 2017 :p
#34
Was going to order 6 but I can't see an option for free delivery. :|
#35
Got mine ... expiry March 2018

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