Rowse Pure Natural Honey - Squeezable Bottle 340g £1.49 at Home Bargains - HotUKDeals
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Currently £2.39 in Tesco, this is a pretty significant saving. Hope it's helpful! My local Home Bargains had around a dozen left on the shelf at 1300hrs.

DESCRIPTION FROM ROWSE.CO.UK

A versatile blend of honey in the iconic "Easy Squeezy" beehive bottle. Perfect for spreading on toast, croissants and fresh crusty bread and for use in cooking, baking and desserts.

Taste Strength: Medium
Flavour: A medium honey, ideal for everyday use
Provenance: A blend of delicious honeys from around the world
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#1
These were around 37p in my local Asda for ages...just using the last bottle now....nice on cereal.
banned#2
honey kills babies
#3
Mascherano
honey kills babies


????

Yes, botulism is a risk, but what does that have to do with posting this as a deal?
banned#4
Lyssie
????

Yes, botulism is a risk, but what does that have to do with posting this as a deal?


some people dont realise you cant give honey to babies
#5
Mascherano
some people dont realise you cant give honey to babies


Balanced information: http://www.eatwell.gov.uk/asksam/agesandstages/childrenandbabies/#A219762
banned#6


yeah thats what i said; honey kills babies
#7
That's not necessarily true, it's scaremongering - the information says "very occasionally" does infant botulism occur, and it has nothing to do with the hotness of the deal. Do people note the number of gardening accidents in which children are involved when posting home & garden deals?
banned#8
Lyssie
That's not necessarily true, it's scaremongering - the information says "very occasionally" does infant botulism occur, and it has nothing to do with the hotness of the deal. Do people note the number of gardening accidents in which children are involved when posting home & garden deals?


so you obviously gave your childrewn honey when they were under 12 months.
The rest of us are not so keen to play Russian roulette with our babies' lives
#9
1. That's not really a valid assumption. I don't have children but have spent many years as a professional childminder, during which time, no, I have not given any infants any honey.

2. My point is not whether it is safe to do so or not, or how safe it is, but rather why point it out in the comments to a deals website, as if a deal on honey is a bad thing, like it's something proven to be unsafe for the general populace - would you quote statistics on drink driving incidents every time someone posts a deal for wine or alcopops or garden accidents whenever there's a deal on hedge trimmers? These are much more common occurrences than the fatalities of infants due to honey consumption...
banned#10
stop digging
#11
Mascherano
stop digging


Because shovels kill 29-year-olds? ;-)

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