Tate & Lyle cane sugar granulated 1 Kg @ 49p in Poundstretcher - HotUKDeals
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Popped in my local poundstretcher on Leyton High Road London E10 today & found 1Kg tate & lyle granulated cane sugar @ just 49p.

It could be store specific but a good price at least a bargain for me and hopefully for HUKD community too.

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2 Likes #2
Sweet!
#3
the title didn't said tate & lyle although I searched but last week I got for 59p so for me technically this is new however admin can expire mine 8) may be its refresh the savings
1 Like #4
Saayan
the title didn't said tate & lyle although I searched but last week I got for 59p so for me technically this is new however admin can expire mine 8) may be its refresh the savings
From what I have read in a thread this one is OK as its a month since the last post.
#5
I'm sweet enough thanks :3
#6
Great price.
#7
Is granulated sugar caster sugar for cheapskates? i.e. what would you use granulated for instead of caster?
#8
Last time I checked cash and carries were selling these for 95p to supermarkets and shop owners.
3 Likes #9
EMLK
Is granulated sugar caster sugar for cheapskates? i.e. what would you use granulated for instead of caster?

Are you serious?
Supposing you're not a troll. Caster sugar is a finer version of granulated sugar. You can use them for the same thing. However some recipes may prefer one to another.
Granulated > Caster > Icing sugar
#10
NorthLondonN1
EMLK
Is granulated sugar caster sugar for cheapskates? i.e. what would you use granulated for instead of caster?
Are you serious?
Supposing you're not a troll. Caster sugar is a finer version of granulated sugar. You can use them for the same thing. However some recipes may prefer one to another.
Granulated > Caster > Icing sugar

Ok. Stand corrected. Was an honest question. I've never grown up with granulated sugar in the house just caster and demerara. Caster sugar I use for sponge cakes and cornflakes, demerara I use for crumbles and porridge. Never used granulated sugar for anything, ever.
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EMLK
NorthLondonN1
EMLK
Is granulated sugar caster sugar for cheapskates? i.e. what would you use granulated for instead of caster?
Are you serious?
Supposing you're not a troll. Caster sugar is a finer version of granulated sugar. You can use them for the same thing. However some recipes may prefer one to another.
Granulated > Caster > Icing sugar

Ok. Stand corrected. Was an honest question. I've never grown up with granulated sugar in the house just caster and demerara. Caster sugar I use for sponge cakes and cornflakes, demerara I use for crumbles and porridge. Never used granulated sugar for anything, ever.

As a "cheapskate" I was brought up with granulated sugar. :D
1 Like #12
its 2 for a £1 in farmfoods if that helps anyone.
#13
hit and sweet!
1 Like #14
put granulated in your food mixer = instant caster
#15
same price at farm foods.
#16
EMLK
NorthLondonN1
EMLK
Is granulated sugar caster sugar for cheapskates? i.e. what would you use granulated for instead of caster?

Are you serious?
Supposing you're not a troll. Caster sugar is a finer version of granulated sugar. You can use them for the same thing. However some recipes may prefer one to another.
Granulated > Caster > Icing sugar


Ok. Stand corrected. Was an honest question. I've never grown up with granulated sugar in the house just caster and demerara. Caster sugar I use for sponge cakes and cornflakes, demerara I use for crumbles and porridge. Never used granulated sugar for anything, ever.


Tea, coffee, cooking, hand scrub, caramel, etc.
#17
Already up an has been same price since last up
#18
Sugar manufacturers are just starting to take a hit with all the concerns about sugar becoming the next tobacco.
#19
good find op, heat added :)
#20
criky18
Sugar manufacturers are just starting to take a hit with all the concerns about sugar becoming the next tobacco.

Or the sugar shortage has ended and prices are gettin back to what they were before.
#21
Great price go through loads in my house :)
#22
Not a deal, been this price for at-least a year in most £stretchers iv'e been too.
banned#23
Cane sugar is the only proper sugar, the rest is just waste.
#24
Sweet <3
#25
sweet
#26
douglas13
Cane sugar is the only proper sugar, the rest is just waste.
got to disagree with that, cane sugar for home brew is crap, but sugars from home grown sugar beet (like silver spoon) can be used.
#27
ZEbbEDY
put granulated in your food mixer = instant caster

Oh never thought of that x

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