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Terrys Chocolate Orange - Both Plain and Milk - £1.00 Instore at Sainsburys

£1.00 @ Sainsbury's
As title says. The classic Terrys chocolate oranges, plain and milk chocolate, only £1 each in store. On POS at end of aisle so possibly nationwide!!! Valentine special edition ones are also availa…
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7y, 1m agoFound 7 years, 1 month ago
As title says. The classic Terrys chocolate oranges, plain and milk chocolate, only £1 each in store. On POS at end of aisle so possibly nationwide!!!

Valentine special edition ones are also available for a quid too!
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#1
Another Polish based chocolate product, to be joined by Cadbury in the same factory.
[Holiday Pirates]#2
also a £1 in Asda
#3
...and also £1 at Poundland. :thumbsup:
#4
won't beat the Boxing Day Argos deal though still voted hot lol
#5
diabeticguy;7694116
Another Polish based chocolate product, to be joined by Cadbury in the same factory.


Too right. Is there a Facebook campaign to boycott Kraft/Terry's/Cadbury's products yet? :x
#6
Newbold
Too right. Is there a Facebook campaign to boycott Kraft/Terry's/Cadbury's products yet? :x


Shareholders own the company and by amalgamating will be in their best interests. In addition, this will help Cadbury really break into the American market.

Or you can be a daily mail reader and just follow the crowd for no good reason because Kraft is not British. the biggest companies in the UK are multinational.

In addition my mum works for Cadbury and has done for about 20 years.
#7
Wicked666;7695603
Shareholders own the company and by amalgamating will be in their best interests. In addition, this will help Cadbury really break into the American market.

Or you can be a daily mail reader and just follow the crowd for no good reason because Kraft is not British. the biggest companies in the UK are multinational.

In addition my mum works for Cadbury and has done for about 20 years.


It isn't a question of reading the appalling Daily Mail. It's just what Kraft are likely to do to Cadbury's UK jobs - including your Mum's.

Take a look at this, if you want to see what happened to Terry's of York when Kraft took it over:

http://www.birminghampost.net/birmingham-business/birmingham-business-news/other-uk-business/2010/01/25/what-happened-when-kraft-took-over-terry-s-of-york-65233-25676162/

Expect job losses in Bournville - or even closure, as in York.
#8
the guy who owns kraft also owns the vile new england patriots
#9
had one if these the other day...first one in many years....just did not taste the same....hope they dont ruin cadbury as well!!!
#10
Marineboy1010
won't beat the Boxing Day Argos deal though still voted hot lol


Still chomping through the 96 we got http://img52.imageshack.us/img52/6455/vomit1.gif
#11
Great deal, I can hardly ever find plain chocolate ones so I had better do so this afternoon!
#12
One thing's for certain, Mandy and Bottler's half-hearted comments and opinions counted for diddly squat, as ever, at the end of the day, another Great British company down the pan.
#13
Marineboy1010
won't beat the Boxing Day Argos deal though still voted hot lol
i bought 10 boxes of these for 25 pence and got so sick of them that i had to give them away:oops: Anyway saw these in Asda today but they are wrapped in a valentines purple /red box special for valentines day so a bit dif there ......take a few for the misses. love of your life or even your :whistling: mistress
#14
TommyCooper
i bought 10 boxes of these for 25 pence and got so sick of them that i had to give them away:oops: Anyway saw these in Asda today but they are wrapped in a valentines purple /red box special for valentines day so a bit dif there ......take a few for the misses. love of your life or even your :whistling: mistress
and also for a slack Quid

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