Tesco Whole Foods Borlotti Beans 400g 3 for £1 - HotUKDeals
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WOAH! just checked my receipt and the discount wasn't applied - deal expired

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Borlotti beans in water are source of fibre, which may help to maintain a healthy digestive system. Use in casseroles and soups


Nutrition
Typical Values 100g drained contains
Energy 345kJ (85kcal)
Protein 7.3g
Carbohydrate 11.8g
Sugars 0.5g
Fat 0.5g
Saturates 0.1g
Fibre 6.3g
Sodium* trace
*Salt Equivalent trace
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#1
can never have enough borlotti beans. heat added for me

Edited By: dairooney on Apr 02, 2011 16:13
#2
I've never heard of them in my entire life - off to educate myself :D
#3
paaarrrrrrpppp. Heat added.
#4
If while on the lookout for these, you see the wholefoods tinned adzuki beans on the shelf, pick them up as they scan at 1p.
#5
hmm yes a tin of these mashed up to make a version of Humous add a few spices or garlic... plus no need for any laxatives!!! LoL
#6
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#7
I bought some two weeks ago; they were 37p each (so £1.11 for three) before this offer.
#8
shanew001
hmm yes a tin of these mashed up to make a version of Humous add a few spices or garlic... plus no need for any laxatives!!! LoL

It would be far nicer humous if you used chick peas instead. Also need olive oil and lemon juice...yummy
#9
It amazes me what things get voted hot on this site.
Sure a deals is a deal, but really what is the point of grocery items on here when you are only saving a few pence.
#10
Not if you buy all of them, or lots of one of them. What minimum price for an item would you set, if you were the boss here?
#11
Lakeside
Not if you buy all of them, or lots of one of them. What minimum price for an item would you set, if you were the boss here?


Yes, there should be rules to govern the minimum reduction in price that applies before a deal can be submitted :)

Seriously though, if everyone submitted deals like this the site would be flooded with deals and it would become difficult to find the worthwhile deals that actually save people significant amounts of money.

As has already been said above by Sarah7, these beans cost £1.11, so a saving of 11p. Is anyone going to really jump in their car to go to Tescos on the strength of this deal?
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. Is anyone going to really jump in their car to go to Tescos on the strength of this deal?

Well I hope not. But if you were in Tesco's anyway, a 25% ( that is one quarter) saving is a good deal.

It is the Whole Food variety that cost 43p each

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