Robinsons Fruit Shoot Blackcurrant & Apple or orange 8 bottles for £1.50 was £2.42 @ Lidl available now - HotUKDeals
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8 x 200ml
9.4p/100ml

£2.53 or 2 for £4.50 @ Tesco
£2.53 @ Asda
£2.53 @ Sainsburys
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#2
my kids can't get enough of these so a great deal for me, cheers op:thumbsup:
#3
full of sugar nice rotten teeth for the kiddies...
#4
BOGOF in Co-op at the moment . I think £2.67 each (or for both in offer) but certainly less than £3 for 2 x 8 bottles.
#5
This is true
I too saw this in Maidstone store
#6
uglybeautyqueen
full of sugar nice rotten teeth for the kiddies...


The blue caps are low sugar :roll:

The green caps have added sugar.

PS Let your kids live a little, theyre kids, they get another set of teeth, let them enjoy childhood.
#7
£2 morrisons
#8
uglybeautyqueen
full of sugar nice rotten teeth for the kiddies...


Not full of sugar, but contains Aspartame and Acesulfame K sweetener blends which are both controversial in their own rights.
#9


farm stoes sell them for £3.75 for 24 bottles both flavours:roll:
#10
mark4angy
farm stoes sell them for £3.75 for 24 bottles both flavours:roll:


Where ever that is.
#11
chriswvtr
The blue caps are low sugar :roll:

The green caps have added sugar.

PS Let your kids live a little, theyre kids, they get another set of teeth, let them enjoy childhood.




i do let them enjoy childhood, i just dont let them have drinks full of sugars and E numbers, and so what if they get another set of teeth dosent mean you should let the rot the ones they have at the time.
#12
uglybeautyqueen
i do let them enjoy childhood, i just dont let them have drinks full of sugars and E numbers, and so what if they get another set of teeth dosent mean you should let the rot the ones they have at the time.


Toothpaste is a good remedy for that. EG. Consume drink....brush teeth.
#13
simate
Toothpaste is a good remedy for that. EG. Consume drink....brush teeth.





the sugar still pulls off the enamel, more so if u bush your teeth right after having the drink.
#14
uglybeautyqueen
the sugar still pulls off the enamel, more so if u bush your teeth right after having the drink.


I suppose you lock them in the house too, just so they dont get run over, and maybe wrap them in bubble wrap so they cant hurt themselves in the house, why not just lock them in a dark empty room somewhere, woked for Mr Fritzl:roll:
#15
chriswvtr
I suppose you lock them in the house too, just so they dont get run over, and maybe wrap them in bubble wrap so they cant hurt themselves in the house, why not just lock them in a dark empty room somewhere, woked for Mr Fritzl:roll:




oooo seems we have someone that thinks he knows it all, i dont lock them in the house ,i just choose not to let my children have sugary drinks and junk food. my 4year old had a fruit shoot at a birthday party and said it was disgusting and too sweet.

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