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Tesco - Terry's Chocolate Orange Milk Chocolate £1.00, Guylian Belgian Classics 430g £3.50, Walnut Whips Vanilla 3 Pack 98g £1, Quality Street Matchmakers £1

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At Tesco Terry's Chocolate Orange Milk Chocolate Box 157G £1 Guylian Belgian Classics 430g £3.50 Walnut Whips Vanilla 3 Pack 98g £1 Quality Street Matchmakers Mint Chocolate Box 130g £1 Quality…
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2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
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Terry's Chocolate Orange Milk Chocolate Box 157G £1
Guylian Belgian Classics 430g £3.50
Walnut Whips Vanilla 3 Pack 98g £1
Quality Street Matchmakers Mint Chocolate Box 130g £1
Quality Street Matchmakers Honeycomb Chocolate Box 130g £1
Quality Street Matchmakers Orange Chocolate Box 130g £1
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2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
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1 Like #1
The dark ones are £1 in Wilko (oranges) if they aren't in Tesco
#2
cool wife get a choc orange every xmas I fogot till I read this
1 Like #3
Tescos needed to reduce there choc oranges they were trying to sell them for £2 - X heat added x
3 Likes #4
Choc oranges are now 157g ..a reduction in size and price..(satsuma !)
#5
Woop woop cheap choc!
#6
[img]file:///storage/emulated/0/Android/data/com.tippingcanoe.hukd/files/Pictures/thread2575251/1481664503268_transformed.png[/img] uhh huh
1 Like #7
Matchmakers £1 everywhere
#8
sarah25
Tescos needed to reduce there choc oranges they were trying to sell them for £2 - X heat added x
Just thought the same - they were 2 for £3 over the weekend and I thought it was a rip-off considering Asda were selling for 50p the other day!
2 Likes #9
whatever happened to coffee walnut whips :(
#10
mattinhull
cool wife get a choc orange every xmas I fogot till I read this


​just thought the same re hubby!
#11
Quite sneeky to go from 175g down to 157g. Shows the implicit deception between Manufacturers and Retailers. I've not seen one retailer mention the size reduction, in terms of previous price.
#12
yessss ive been craving a chocolate orange for ages the last one i brought got nicked and eaten
#13
in my local tesco (bathgate) choc oranges are £2 or 3 for £4.
matchmakers are £2 bogof.
couldn't see the others
#14
choc oranges are £1 in my local tesco, bought one today actually.
1 Like #15
tightar5e
Quite sneeky to go from 175g down to 157g. Shows the implicit deception between Manufacturers and Retailers. I've not seen one retailer mention the size reduction, in terms of previous price.


​The shrinking of chocolate is a direct result of Brexit!
#16
xfaxfa
tightar5e
Quite sneeky to go from 175g down to 157g. Shows the implicit deception between Manufacturers and Retailers. I've not seen one retailer mention the size reduction, in terms of previous price.
​The shrinking of chocolate is a direct result of Brexit!
& a healthy appetite. Chocolate shrinks all the time in my house.
1 Like #17
If anyone sees any rum and raisin choc will you let me know - cadburys stopped doing their old jamaica and I'm sad. :(
#18
caroline777upnorth
If anyone sees any rum and raisin choc will you let me know - cadburys stopped doing their old jamaica and I'm sad. :(
I think Aldi did or Lidl does (I'm thinking more Aldi) , their £0.99/£1.09 (Lidl/Aldi respectively) 200g Fruit and Nut (like the original Cadbury's Fruit and Nut) is pretty good. My current favourite. No cheap vegetable fat fillers used either.

Both are much better than anything Cadburys / Nestle / Mars do nowadays, which tend to hover around the £1 per 100g price (as an average).

Adding cheap filler Vegetable Fat to replace Cocoa Butter, is pure sacrilege, vegetable fat fillers can leave a really horrible taste in the mouth. Cadbury's (Mondelez) should be ashamed of themselves.

Edited By: tightar5e on Dec 23, 2016 08:35: .

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