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Silver spoon granulated sugar 2 for £1.00 at farmfoods

£1.00 @ FarmFoods
cheap price for people who use this sugar. Good offer:) Tate and Lyle offer that was on previously had ended. So this is a better bargain! Read More
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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
cheap price for people who use this sugar. Good offer:)

Tate and Lyle offer that was on previously had ended. So this is a better bargain!
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Sugar Sugar
#2
#3

the companies are different aint they?
banned#4
i'm afraid this has been already posted:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/68170...ugar-1kg-farmf

What does it matter if this has already been posted.Good deal mate.
#5


Nope thats foreign imported stuff. you cant beat home home grown, home produced, home packed.

keep it british
#6
You can't "beet" home grown British sugar.
#7
Don't people understand that Silver Spoon and Tate & Lyle are DIFFERENT brands!!!!
#8
nicster08
Don't people understand that Silver Spoon and Tate & Lyle are DIFFERENT brands!!!!

The answer to that would be no for some people such as taswir1
#9
In America, first you get the sugar, then you get the power, then you get the women...
#11
good deal supermarkets chargin 99p a bag robbin gits..hot from me
#12
huxlee;8792795
Nope thats foreign imported stuff. you cant beat home home grown, home produced, home packed.

keep it british


I'm all for buying British, but are you saying cane sugar from the West Indies is somehow inferior to UK beet sugar ?? Really?

FWIW I'm no cook, but I've just googled that Beet Sugar is not good for confectionery or caramel (burns and crystalises too easily or something like that)

http://articles.sfgate.com/1999-03-31/food/17683415_1_sugar-industry-beet-and-cane-california-beet-growers-association

Most people cant taste the difference I guess, but when a preference is found it is nearly always in favour of cane sugar.

I suppose I better mention my ancestry is significantly influenced by the West Indian sugar trade (cough!cough!)

FWIW Doesn't really bother me, I'd buy the cheapest, I just dispute the perjorative write off of cane sugar as 'foreign imported stuff' which technically it is :) followed by 'you can't beat home grown etc' suggesting its some kind of far east knock off, of British sugar.

Having said all that, Currently I have the Silver Spoon Half Spoon thing with all the additives, it looks better than the Tate & Lyle Light with bulking agents.
#13
Saw this post this morning just picked some up at the Torquay farm foods. Good deal H&R :)

Yeah its silver spoon british grown :thumbsup:
#14
real sweet deal
#15
Very good deal :) i'm not fussy as to its origins, but 50p/kg is great :)

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