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Mint Poppets only 19p and Toffee Poppets 12p

£0.19 @ Tesco
These are great sweets and are great for pack lunch boxes. Or a treat while watching tv at night. I remember these used to be over 40p. Now i know the Toffee Poppets have been posted before but now …
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These are great sweets and are great for pack lunch boxes. Or a treat while watching tv at night.
I remember these used to be over 40p.
Now i know the Toffee Poppets have been posted before but now the Mint ones are down to a great price too!
These dont seem to be on offer, Its the price they are!
AMAZING!
Could someone tell me how to link to the picture?
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#1
Yes I bought 10 packs of toffee poppets in Tesco at the weekend. 12p is such a bargain. Problem is they dissapear into my mouth too quickly!!!!!!!!
#2
asdas got an offer on like this got some the day can't remember the price tho
#4
i love the toffee ones ,i did like the peanut ones but dont make them anymore
#5
I bought these for my little boy too...good deal.
#6
"These are great sweets and are great for pack lunch boxes"

Er, no they're not; they're hardly supporting schools' healthy eating ethos, are they?
#7
lickylonglips
"These are great sweets and are great for pack lunch boxes"

Er, no they're not; they're hardly supporting schools' healthy eating ethos, are they?


Didnt take long for the preachers to come out of the woodwork :roll:
#8
That Jamie Oliver's got a lot to answer for. :roll:
#9
Mint Poppets are nothing short of filthy, I reviewed them at my website here, not meaning to spam or anything but even at this price I wouldn't touch them. Toffee ones...not AS bad but that's not saying much, for 7p cheaper they're worth it. I'd rather just get a piece of Cadbury's Fudge for 10p though.
#10
lickylonglips
"These are great sweets and are great for pack lunch boxes"

Er, no they're not; they're hardly supporting schools' healthy eating ethos, are they?


The toffee poppets have only 8g of fat and 200 calories, roughly the same as a packet of crisps.
who doesnt let their kid have crisps or some sort of sweets in their playpiece, and the chances are they share their playpiece anyway.
If you deprive your kid of sweets, then when he gets the chance to, he will overindulge and that would be worse.
personally i cant see anything wrong with it, its all down to how you educate your wee ones so they get a choice!
Tell a kid dont do it and what will they do?????
#11
good deal similar to me asda deal as previously stated
#12
Why does nowhere keep the raisin ones anymore. They were my favourite ones.

Even places like Makro where I used to buy a case of them don't keep them anymore.
#13
mrgordon
Why does nowhere keep the raisin ones anymore. They were my favourite ones.

Even places like Makro where I used to buy a case of them don't keep them anymore.


Farmfoods 4 for £1.
#14
mrgordon;2385173
Why does nowhere keep the raisin ones anymore. They were my favourite ones.

Even places like Makro where I used to buy a case of them don't keep them anymore.

Are they much different to chocolate raisins:whistling:
#15
The toffee ones are 11p now :thumbsup: they had loads in my local Tesco and I've got 10 in my order for the weekend ;-) I love them and my little one loves playing with all the empty boxes ;-)
banned#16
Yeah, these are now 11p and 18p (online). Even better deal :-D
#17
Doberman Pharaoh
Mint Poppets are nothing short of filthy, I reviewed them at my website here, not meaning to spam or anything but even at this price I wouldn't touch them. Toffee ones...not AS bad but that's not saying much, for 7p cheaper they're worth it. I'd rather just get a piece of Cadbury's Fudge for 10p though.


A Fudge is 15p :thumbsup:

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