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Pringles for £1.00 at Morrisons

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Now £1. Help yourself with this one. Shelves are usually packed with flavours. Pringles Roast Chicken Flavour Snacks Pringles BBQ Flavour Snacks Pringles Smokey Bacon Pringles Steak Crisps Pr… Read More
Now £1. Help yourself with this one. Shelves are usually packed with flavours. Pringles Roast Chicken Flavour Snacks Pringles BBQ Flavour Snacks Pringles Smokey Bacon Pringles Steak Crisps Pr…
bb8 Avatar7m, 4w agoFound 7 months, 4 weeks ago10 Comments
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wish poundland did the 3 for a pound deal again
But they're always £1?
same price at [email protected], at least for "original"
good find just in time to stock up for xmas
Be careful, these contain ingredients! X)

Gotta have Pringles at Christmas.
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Pringles - £1.00 @ B&M

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£1.00 @ B&M Retail
Pringles Salt & Vinegar 190g was £1.25 now £1.00 Pringles Texas BBQ Sauce 190g was £1.25 now £1.00 Pringles Original 190g 190g was £1.25 now £1.00 Pringles Sour Cream & Onions 190g was £1.25 Read More
Pringles Salt & Vinegar 190g was £1.25 now £1.00 Pringles Texas BBQ Sauce 190g was £1.25 now £1.00 Pringles Original 190g 190g was £1.25 now £1.00 Pringles Sour Cream & Onions 190g was £1.25
anthony14 Avatar8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago6 Comments
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Still £1 - got some today
They shouldn't be more than £1 anyway. Good find OP.
I love these cakes.
Have seen these on offer at £1 in the mainstream shops plenty of times, no b&m any where near me.
good find op, heat added
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Pringles £1.00 @ Morrisons

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£1.00 @ Morrisons
Fill yer basket This deal ends Monday 31st October Pringles Original Flavour Snacks 190g was £2.25 now £1.00 Pringles Sour Cream & Onion Flavour Snacks 190g was £2.25 now £1.00 Pringles Salt & Vi… Read More
Fill yer basket This deal ends Monday 31st October Pringles Original Flavour Snacks 190g was £2.25 now £1.00 Pringles Sour Cream & Onion Flavour Snacks 190g was £2.25 now £1.00 Pringles Salt & Vi…
luvsadealdealdeal Avatar8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago8 Comments
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I can't be bothered these days either lol

Elite days must be over

Must visit those chatty women sometime :)
luvsadealdealdeal
Marc001uk
No morrisons near me :( so looks like I'm waiting at least another week for a supermarket to go £1
You could go to Asda or Tesco and do a 'compare basket' shop
if you knew how
been covered here umpteen times
do you know what I am talking about?
you could get these Pringles 10% cheaper at Asda
are you interested?
Yes I know how that works, but sometimes can't be bothered. I'm not particularly in a rush for pringles, so will just pick them up when £1. Nearly the festive period so doubt it will be long
Marc001uk
No morrisons near me :( so looks like I'm waiting at least another week for a supermarket to go £1

You could go to Asda or Tesco and do a 'compare basket' shop

if you knew how

been covered here umpteen times

do you know what I am talking about?

you could get these Pringles 10% cheaper at Asda

are you interested?
No morrisons near me :( so looks like I'm waiting at least another week for a supermarket to go £1
good find op, heat added
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pringles 99p at Farmfood

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£0.99 @ FarmFoods
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ounrice Avatar9m, 1d agoFound 9 months, 1 day ago8 Comments
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Sorry you are right I have edited my comment and removed my exaggeration.

jdbigguy
biggysilly
Yep HomeBargains £1Poundland £1Wilkos 95pOcado 4 for £3.98
jdbigguy
biggysilly
they seem to be £1 almost everywhere at the moment
Waitrose £1.99
Tesco £1.99
Spar £1.50
Sainsbury's £2.25
Poundstretcher £1.19
Morrisons £1.50
Iceland £2.50
ASDA £2.00
Other than that almost everywhere is selling them for £1 :p
Nope.
Wilkos deal stopped the deal several days ago £2+ now. As LoveDeals.. says, Home Bargains tube is much smaller. Ocado is delivery only for an extra £2.99 and the minimum spend is £40. One Poundland store in Swansea was posted as stocking them over 2 weeks ago and there is no mention of the full size tube on their site.
Other than that almost everywhere is selling them for £1?
biggysilly
Yep HomeBargains £1Poundland £1Wilkos 95pOcado 4 for £3.98
jdbigguy
biggysilly
they seem to be £1 almost everywhere at the moment
Waitrose £1.99
Tesco £1.99
Spar £1.50
Sainsbury's £2.25
Poundstretcher £1.19
Morrisons £1.50
Iceland £2.50
ASDA £2.00
Other than that almost everywhere is selling them for £1 :p
Nope.
Wilkos deal stopped the deal several days ago £2+ now. As LoveDeals.. says, Home Bargains tube is much smaller. Ocado is delivery only for an extra £2.99 and the minimum spend is £40. One Poundland store in Swansea was posted as stocking them over 2 weeks ago and there is no mention of the full size tube on their site.
Other than that almost everywhere is selling them for £1?
HomeBargain's Pringles at £1 is a smaller can --- I think it's only 130/140g. They're not the standard 190g. I'd much rather shops be honest and charge a higher price than make packs smaller (without saying so) and charge the same.... although, for junk food, smaller portions are not a bad thing.
190g
biggysilly
they seem to be £1 almost everywhere at the moment
Waitrose £1.99
Tesco £1.99
Spar £1.50
Sainsbury's £2.25
Poundstretcher £1.19
Morrisons £1.50
Iceland £2.50
ASDA £2.00
Other than that almost everywhere is selling them for £1 :p
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walkers stax , (similar to Pringles) 170g . £1.00 @ Tesco

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walkers stax, various flavours for £1 at Tesco. I've not tried them yet, I'm hoping they are similar to Pringles ☺ Read More
walkers stax, various flavours for £1 at Tesco. I've not tried them yet, I'm hoping they are similar to Pringles ☺
golfie Avatar9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago3 Comments
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Not pleasant at all. Kids didn't like them so I tried, awful greasy aftertaste...... fed them to the dogs. (original flavour)
the ready salted ones were far too salty. prefer pringles
Same price in Asda if no Tesco local to you. Have tried the salted and sour cream ones. Prefer them to pringles tbh, not so much flavouring dust on them. Very nice.
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pringles £1.00 home bargains.

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lots of varieties on the shelf
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snowee
I saw those yesterday - agree they were the smaller ones - maybe 160g? Most supermarkets will sell them for £1 at some point - esp. in run up to Christmas.

Think its 130g
Any own brand beat this in price of around the same quality?
Budget store trick... Lots of products cunningly packaged to fool the customer. This is the reason I won't buy Cadbury's chocolate anymore... THEY THINK WE'RE IDIOTS!
Yes smaller size.. :( I was gutted when i got home and measured against my regular size one..
I still can't believe they've changed the size and weight of the packaging, what a joke. I could only ever justify spending £1 on these.

Thanks OP
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Pringles salt and vinegar, bbq, sour cream or ready salted flavour 190g £1.00 @ Poundland (Instore)

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£1.00 @ PoundLand
Pringles salt and vinegar, bbq, sour cream or ready salted flavour 190g £1 @ Poundland (Instore) Found these in the Swansea store. Read More
Pringles salt and vinegar, bbq, sour cream or ready salted flavour 190g £1 @ Poundland (Instore) Found these in the Swansea store.
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kamenitzabrit
Is this a new lower price or totally new offer, as I'm sure 'flavours as stocked' have been this price in various pound shops for months now ?
I know I bought some a week ago, and a few weeks before that also at a pound.

It's another example of the oft posed question.....''When is a normal cheap price actually a deal ?'' - I would personally call this a reminder of a good price rather than a deal, but let's see what others think.


once you pop, you can't stop. 8)
sme crap different day
hermitt
Tesco are doing 2 for £3.00. 1.99 back from ****, 50p each.
FYI Waitrose are also doing 1 for £1.99 or 2 for £3.00 [although their website is confused re splashes for half-price/2for£3]
the **** is HUKD autocensoring - ie an App with name ****
(If there is any (valid) reason for HUKD autocensorship I believe their asterisks should state it!)

Edited By: NeoTrix on Oct 26, 2016 11:40: Removal of banned merchant
Tesco are doing 2 for £3.00. 1.99 back from ****, 50p each.
POP....CRUNCH...CRUNCH...OH!
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Walkers Staxs (Walkers version of Pringles) 170g Tubs £1.00 @ Asda

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Saw these instore today. These are Walkers take on Pringles. Says they are limited edition, so I guess how well they sell will decide if they stick around. They are available in Original, Sour Cream… Read More
Saw these instore today. These are Walkers take on Pringles. Says they are limited edition, so I guess how well they sell will decide if they stick around. They are available in Original, Sour Cream…
wiggywig Avatar9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago20 Comments
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Just bought a tube from Asda Benton. Original flavour.
My opinion is these are much nicer than Pringles. they actually taste like crisps rather than Cardboard.
Walkers is a British snack food manufacturer mainly operating in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Walkers was founded in 1948 in Leicester, England by Henry Walker, and acquired by Lay's owner, Frito-Lay, a division of PepsiCo, in 1989. Wikipedia

itsmearron
i love STAX, there used to be an American shop in our town center that sold the imported STAX, the jalepeno flavor were amazing, and the beef burger flavor!
They were Lays not Walkers, i think that they are the same company tho.
Do you think that they will release the more / nicer flavors in the uk? or will we just be stuck with the current 3 flavors?
Toon_army
They taste exactly like Walkers Squares only in Pringle form. I bought a packet last week but had a right challenge opening the lid lol, you have to squeeze the side to open the top.
Got some from my local store and got 10% staff discount so it was 90p even better
the lids are rubbish! Really let these down. Good price though, op.
philbean
Picked up a tube of these in Asda on Saturday.
Noticed that they have a tear-off top and, unlike Pringles, no top that can be put back on again to keep them fresh.
Put them back on the shelf again.

You squeeze the lid so the seal brakes then you can put the lid back on... They're not as air tights as pringles but do the job

Edited By: Toon_army on Oct 05, 2016 17:42
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Pringles Chilli Salsa (Instore) 30p @ Tesco - Bangor

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£0.30 @ Tesco
Found instore at Tesco Springhill, Shelf full of Limited edition Chilli Salsa Samba Pringles 30p a can Read More
Found instore at Tesco Springhill, Shelf full of Limited edition Chilli Salsa Samba Pringles 30p a can
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Heated altho the journey would be triple digits in miles for me, I still remember one poster voting a deal cold because it wasn't on his doorstep and would take them a long journey to get the deal, costing more in petrol money than the deal saved oO
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just bought them today for £1.13 in sainsburys
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Poundstretcher: Pringles 190g £1.19 plus free Sky Sports day pass

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I saw these in the Crystal Palace branch. Some of the tubes were flashed with the offer of a free, one day, Sky Sports pass with the purchase of two tubes. Read More
I saw these in the Crystal Palace branch. Some of the tubes were flashed with the offer of a free, one day, Sky Sports pass with the purchase of two tubes.
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Offer expired for Sky Sports day pass.
Wait till you get a lifestyle disease. Chemicals in medicines will be your friends for life.
Yes mix them with impurities like heavy metals as well while extraction. All the people who buy organic food should be stupid according to you. This is a country of lifestyle diseases. Diseases caused by eating rubbish like pringles. The bad thing is these chemicals in food do not come with warning like tobacco and achohol.
sam_of_london
micpwelsh
Dj CUE
This is last year's offer. I would check the offer dates.
And the sell by date
I don't think pringles ever expire. They are full of artificial flavour enhancers, colours and preservatives, hydrogenated fat . The chemical cocktail has frankestein value if nothing else.

Oh, it's you again! Dem chemicals...

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sam_of_london
micpwelsh
Dj CUE
This is last year's offer. I would check the offer dates.
And the sell by date
I don't think pringles ever expire. They are full of artificial flavour enhancers, colours and preservatives, hydrogenated fat . The chemical cocktail has frankestein value if nothing else.

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Pringles spicy chilli samba/Brazilian salsa style 62p @ Tesco

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£0.62 @ Tesco
found these at the end of the crisp isle at Leyland extra Tesco. 62p reduced from £2.50 . there were plenty . Read More
found these at the end of the crisp isle at Leyland extra Tesco. 62p reduced from £2.50 . there were plenty .
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I cained a whole pack of these watching the footie last night.. Wish I had bought a few more packs; they'd have gone down nicely with a couple of beers..

Same deal at Asda btw..

Have some heat..

I'll get my coat..
Got these for 20p/tube in Ashbourne Sainsburys. These flavours are discontinued so worth checking any store
sam_of_london
Look what it got inside as ingredients. Mostly it is rubbish in form of hydrogenated fat, flavour enhancers, preservatives and artificial colours and flavours. Better buy natural products not mixture of dehydrated potato flour and chemicals like this which can cause cancer and other modern lifestyle diseases.


next week a report will say they extend your life :p
Tesco in Romford still want £1.25 for these two flavours
also 75p in Morrisons. the salsa one is now my favorite flavor
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Free google play Movies with 2 cans of Pringles £2.50 @ Asda

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Pringles Movie Night is back for 2016, get a free movie on Google Play Currently packs are £1.25 each in Asda To get yours, simply enter 2 codes from under the seal of Pringles Movie Night promotio… Read More
Pringles Movie Night is back for 2016, get a free movie on Google Play Currently packs are £1.25 each in Asda To get yours, simply enter 2 codes from under the seal of Pringles Movie Night promotio…
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If anyone has a code that hasn't been used please give it to me. Thanks so much!!

Edited By: Zeger on Feb 19, 2017 00:07
Alisinaatai
How often do the movie lists gets an update?


The last time I used 2 codes which was last year I reckon Im sure Prometheus and Mr and Mrs Smith wasn't in the list.
How often do the movie lists gets an update?
heres a couple of codes if anyone wants them:

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Google = >>>>>>>>>COLD <<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>COLD <<<<<<<<<<
Stupid comment. You live up to your name.
At least I am not lazy like yourself and actually contribute. User ignored.

What a load of rubbish. This site couldn't survive without the referral income from people like me.
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Pringles 65p each!

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hopefully nationwide (as annoys me when people post on here for local to them) Doncaster tesco's 'reduced to clear' pringles all over the shop. was on plain flavour too. seems alot of pringles for Read More
hopefully nationwide (as annoys me when people post on here for local to them) Doncaster tesco's 'reduced to clear' pringles all over the shop. was on plain flavour too. seems alot of pringles for
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£1.99 in Maesteg
has any1 else found them
sam_of_london
Read the ingredients. Most Pringles are full of flavour enhancers, preservatives, hydrogenated fat and other chemicals.

While true, that's not actually the worst thing about them.

sam_of_london
How can eating chemicals be good. Some can even cause cancer and Alzimers

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Edited By: ollie87 on Sep 28, 2016 15:06
mrew42
sam_of_london
Read the ingredients. Most Pringles are full of flavour enhancers, preservatives, hydrogenated fat and other chemicals.
Is that good?


How can eating chemicals be good. Some can even cause cancer and Alzimers
sam_of_london
Read the ingredients. Most Pringles are full of flavour enhancers, preservatives, hydrogenated fat and other chemicals.
Is that good?
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Pringles Texas BBQ Sause RTC 65p @ Tesco Express

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Found them priced at 65p reduced to clear in my local express in Bristol. Long expiry dates as well. Read More
Found them priced at 65p reduced to clear in my local express in Bristol. Long expiry dates as well.
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Loads in Beckenham
This is how much pringles should be, not rip off £2.

Edited By: fizzervbf on Sep 20, 2016 19:12
Texts BBQ no wonder they are 65p :D
Don`t open them you`ll eat them all oO

Nice find :)
https://s18.postimg.org/a7rhoqr1l/pringles2.jpg

Edited By: flamethrower on Sep 19, 2016 09:50: .
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Pringles Spicy Chilli Samba 190g 43p Instore @ Tesco

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Not as cheap as the Sainsburys deal,but still a good price. Told their were end of line. BB 27/9/17 Plenty on the shelve in the clearance section (Hull, St Stephens) Hope it helps someone Read More
Not as cheap as the Sainsburys deal,but still a good price. Told their were end of line. BB 27/9/17 Plenty on the shelve in the clearance section (Hull, St Stephens) Hope it helps someone
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What ingredients do they have?
rio, nit riot!!
Yeah, these were riot Olympics flavour. the chili flavour was a million times nicer than the salsa flavour!!
good find op, heat added
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Pringles Tortilla Nacho Cheese / Smokey BBQ / Spicy Chilli (180g) was £2.48 now £1.00 @ Morrisons

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This deal ends on Sunday 25th September Pringles Tortilla Nacho Cheese / Smokey BBQ / Spicy Chilli (180g) was £2.48 now £1.00 Read More
This deal ends on Sunday 25th September Pringles Tortilla Nacho Cheese / Smokey BBQ / Spicy Chilli (180g) was £2.48 now £1.00
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agree, anyone paying more than £1 for Pringles is crazy
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Pringles 95p @ wilkos

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Pringles 190g 95p in wilkos Read More
Pringles 190g 95p in wilkos
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Meathotukdeals
sam_of_london
Pateo
sam_of_london
Bad for health. They are always £1 in Poundland, Poundworld & Sam, s 99p. Made in Brussels from potato flour, full msg, hydrogenated fat, artificial colours and preservatives. Read ingredients before buying, May deter you from buying them again.
How is eating cooked potato starch bad for you unless you have a intolerance to starch?http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3607034/Once-pop-t-stop-Mesmerizing-video-shows-Pringles-potato-chips-made.html
What about artificial colours, flavours, msg, hydrogenated fat? Do you want to feed your kids all this rubbish?
You didn't answer the question. Plus what is wrong with artificial flavours and colours?
Nothing wrong. You just get cancer and become a customer of the NHS Cancer services. Lots there, many already deceased.

So you are saying is fine to get cancer? Weird point of view there Sam. Oh yeah and you still didn't answer the question.

Edited By: Meathotukdeals on Sep 18, 2016 16:29
Just to be clear for some: these aren't made in Brussels, they're made in Mechelen, and the ready salted ones don't have any MSG or artificial colours or artificial flavours. They're my favourite anyway :)
Meathotukdeals
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Pateo
sam_of_london
Bad for health. They are always £1 in Poundland, Poundworld & Sam, s 99p. Made in Brussels from potato flour, full msg, hydrogenated fat, artificial colours and preservatives. Read ingredients before buying, May deter you from buying them again.
How is eating cooked potato starch bad for you unless you have a intolerance to starch?
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3607034/Once-pop-t-stop-Mesmerizing-video-shows-Pringles-potato-chips-made.html

What about artificial colours, flavours, msg, hydrogenated fat? Do you want to feed your kids all this rubbish?

You didn't answer the question. Plus what is wrong with artificial flavours and colours?


Nothing wrong. You just get cancer and become a customer of the NHS Cancer services. Lots there, many already deceased.
sam_of_london
Pateo
sam_of_london
Bad for health. They are always £1 in Poundland, Poundworld & Sam, s 99p. Made in Brussels from potato flour, full msg, hydrogenated fat, artificial colours and preservatives. Read ingredients before buying, May deter you from buying them again.
How is eating cooked potato starch bad for you unless you have a intolerance to starch?
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3607034/Once-pop-t-stop-Mesmerizing-video-shows-Pringles-potato-chips-made.html

What about artificial colours, flavours, msg, hydrogenated fat? Do you want to feed your kids all this rubbish?

You didn't answer the question. Plus what is wrong with artificial flavours and colours?
statistic
only tortilla pringles in my local wilcos.
Still voted hot though as a direct protest to sam London who thinks they states they are bad for you without having any scientific evidence to support that claim.
glad he posted that so that I can block his silly comments for ever.

They are a good deal in themselves as I just got a few for 95p each.
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Spicy Chilli Samba Pringles 20p @ Sainsburys Local

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Popped into my Sainsburys local this evening and saw these marked up at 20p. Prob reduced as they are a limited Edition for the olympics. Long use buy date (sept 2017) Worth a look if your poppi… Read More
Popped into my Sainsburys local this evening and saw these marked up at 20p. Prob reduced as they are a limited Edition for the olympics. Long use buy date (sept 2017) Worth a look if your poppi…
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Dhaos
wiggywig
lots in the Leigh store to but £1.11 ish or so. mentioned about other stores having them at 20p and they said other stores will knock them down to 20p at some point. so may be worth keeping an eye out over the next few days

You would think they would have reduced them at Leigh, since we are the supermarket capital of the world.


Yeah, we've got every single one in a single square mile! Plus the new Aldi! And a massive B&M
These are the best!
Yeah I saw these, good deal.
wiggywig
lots in the Leigh store to but £1.11 ish or so. mentioned about other stores having them at 20p and they said other stores will knock them down to 20p at some point. so may be worth keeping an eye out over the next few days

You would think they would have reduced them at Leigh, since we are the supermarket capital of the world.
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Pringles £1.25 or 3 for £3 the Range

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Pringles different flavours but paprika is my favourite. Not available online, only in store the Range Leicester. 3 for £3 or one for £1.25 Read More
Pringles different flavours but paprika is my favourite. Not available online, only in store the Range Leicester. 3 for £3 or one for £1.25
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Heat from me...But full price for these and Doretos seems to be a supermarket con. If they can sell them for this price every other month, then why not all the time!. When I was in the States there was a normal price of about $1.89 which worked out at about £1.50 or less at the time. It seems the same with Walkers crisps. There seems always to be an offer of around 10 pence a bag, in one supermarket or another. I love this site!
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They're back! Get yourself a Pringles Snack Pot - Free! (When you buy 2 tubes of Pringles / £1.25 each) @ Asda

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All the 90's kids will remember these. These are back for a limited time - Buy 2 tubes of Pringles, get one of these free! Subject to availability. Read More
All the 90's kids will remember these. These are back for a limited time - Buy 2 tubes of Pringles, get one of these free! Subject to availability.
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But how can you only eat that small amount? I eat at least half a tube!
If you like half a tube, wait until you eat the contents. They are even better.
sancheez
Nothing about that sounds "easier" than a ready made plastic tub. :|

You conveniently ignored the 'personalised-size' part. Nevertheless, I hope you enjoy your pre-sliced cheese and pre-sliced ham sandwich on pre-sliced bread if the prospect of making two cuts with a knife presents such a challenge for you. :p
Megamart
There's a much easier way to make your own personalised-size 'mini' Pringles tube.
Buy a tube, take out the contents, take a sharp kitchen knife or mini hack-saw, cut the tube into three sections, throw away the middle section, use some adhesive tape to join the top and bottom sections together. Fill with Pringles, eat those left over. Voila! Practical and tasty. :-)
Megamart.

Nothing about that sounds "easier" than a ready made plastic tub. :|
check your receipts folks - the one I bought wasn't discounted at the till - I had to go queue at customer services where the woman said "I thought this was supposed to be fixed by now". Ho hum :)
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its back!! Pringles mini 40g 3 for £1.00 @ poundland [original/sour cream/BBQ]

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amzzzzyyyy
Gollywood
It never went...


Well it was out of stock online


it's never been 3 for a £1 online
Cold. Always this price and it never went.
Prefer 190g for a quid ...big tubes always on offer
Standard price in heron and Poundland/Poundworld when in stock.
kalpat
Good deal and always take a couple on plane when flying as the airlines charge you £1.80 for them. :p The odd bad indulgence hasn't killed me yet and I've made it into my 70's.


There are better British crisps which don't have the nasties to take with you. Say no to harmful chemicals in the food. Your body will say thank you.
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Pringles Tortilla Chips Smokey BBQ 180g scanning at 65p @ Tesco

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Not sure if it's store specific or national, there was no price label for it on the crisp shelf so might be worth checking next time you pop into your local store. Found at Tesco Express Buckingham… Read More
Not sure if it's store specific or national, there was no price label for it on the crisp shelf so might be worth checking next time you pop into your local store. Found at Tesco Express Buckingham…
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Full price in the Tesco superstore near me (Skipton).
clm7
Same in coops

Is that for chicken flavour? ;)
Great deal! I've never had this flavor though. Are they any good or is that why they are so cheap.\?
Same in coops
good find op, heat added
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Pringles Tortilla Chips - Nacho Cheese (180g) ONLY £1.00 @ Poundstretcher

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Pringles Tortilla Chips - Nacho Cheese (180g) ONLY £1.00
rubberbullets Avatar1y, 2d agoFound 1 year, 2 days ago1 Comment
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Better buy real Nachos, than this artificial flavour enhancer and hydrogenated fat filled dehydrated potato flour.
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free pringles from one stop with 30p daily star

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free pringles with daily star
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Yeah we've all got a One Stop oO
Helps the pie and paper crowd diversify.
Once you pop you can't stop. I'll probs eats the Pringles when I do though.
DealJourno
My IQ hasn't fallen low enough to buy the Star pictures and headlines paper.

Free Mercedes if you buy the Daily Express, but you have to walk up to the newsagent and say "I'd like to buy a copy of the Daily Express"
Good deal. This paper should help me keep "abreast of things!"
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Pringles diversity 99p @ B&M

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B&M stores..found same deal in several B&M stores in North East. Pringles cheese & onion Pringles roast chicken & herbs Pringles flame grilled steak Pringles with salt etc etc etc Read More
B&M stores..found same deal in several B&M stores in North East. Pringles cheese & onion Pringles roast chicken & herbs Pringles flame grilled steak Pringles with salt etc etc etc
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sam_of_london
Just read the artificial flavour, colours, preservatives and hydrogenated fat list in this EU made crap. Much better options available in crisps than this rubbish made from dehydrated potato flour and chemicals. Not suitable for children due to chemicals inside.
Every food is made of chemicals.
Even Sam_of_london is. :{
Heated. Like a full packet with a beer and good film.
sam_of_london
Just read the artificial flavour, colours, preservatives and hydrogenated fat list in this EU made crap. Much better options available in crisps than this rubbish made from dehydrated potato flour and chemicals. Not suitable for children due to chemicals inside.
Every food is made of chemicals.
u right here man
Just read the artificial flavour, colours, preservatives and hydrogenated fat list in this EU made crap. Much better options available in crisps than this rubbish made from dehydrated potato flour and chemicals. Not suitable for children due to chemicals inside.
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Pringles Original, 190g ONLY £1.00 Amazon (Prime Exclusive)

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WHO DOESNT LIKE PRINGLES????? ---- At Amazon - andreocean Read More
WHO DOESNT LIKE PRINGLES????? ---- At Amazon - andreocean
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£1 in Iceland
95p at Wilkinsons
Could anyone explain the difference between Amazon Prime and Amazon Pantry, please!?
go to tesco, they are on offer right now for £1
These are normally on offer in most supermarkets for £1.00.

This Prime membership is becoming a real problem, Amazon will eventually be for Prime members only, they are alienating thousands and thousands of customers.

Get rid of Prime, its such a barbaric format.
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Tesco pringles most flavours £1.00

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They have most varieties for £1, including one of the best prawn cocktail :) Read More
They have most varieties for £1, including one of the best prawn cocktail :)
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double discount for staff
I don't believe anyone that says they don't like Pringles. they are dead inside :p
eamoncooke
Besford
eamoncooke
On every week this deal
WRONG!
Next time I'm at my local shop which they are now at a £1 I'll take a pic sure

Great. Does your local shop have a Tesco near me? oO
tubs of nuts are more lethal than these once i pop i cant stop! 465g of **** nuts mate!
Besford
eamoncooke
On every week this deal
WRONG!


Next time I'm at my local shop which they are now at a £1 I'll take a pic sure
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Pringles Original or Sour Cream & Onions (190g) was £1.25 now 99p @ B&M

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Pringles Original (190g) was £1.25 now 99p Pringles Sour Cream & Onions (190g) was £1.25 now 99p Read More
Pringles Original (190g) was £1.25 now 99p Pringles Sour Cream & Onions (190g) was £1.25 now 99p
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yrreb88
sam_of_london
yrreb88
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jdbigguy
Pound shops I go to now have only 140g in the tube.
The B&M at Lakeside Thurrock, yesterday had the Original and Salt & Vinegar. I don't remember if they had other flavours.

I saw these at Iceland for one pound as well. Also read the ingredients, all chemicals to prolong shelf life & make the rubbish palatable . Wish they came with warning, like cigarettes, not suitable for children due to brain damaging toxins inside.

I see you are spouting the same chemophobic, fallacious, virtue-signalling nonsense. For one, just because something on Google says otherwise, doesn't mean MSG is a dangerous brain toxin. The FSA, NHS, WHO, EFSA, etc etc would have picked up on something as simple as this. Glutamate is an amino acid found in practically every food and cell.

Better stop eating tomatoes and cheese, they're also full of deadly brain-damaging glutamate.

If you're not really interested in the product, why comment on it?

/rant. ;)


I comment because millions like you are ignorant of the health risk and better choices available in crisps. Millions are already mentally sick, have cancer, diabetes(modern diseases caused by chemicals) etc in this country due to the greed of food manufacturers and political lobby supporting the sale of these chemicals in most food products made in EU. Luckily supermarkets and some food manufacturers like Birds Eye, M&S do not put these chemicals in their own brand products especially for children . Msg is banned from children, s food in many countries. Just read the ingredient list on Pringles. Some flavours have more than three types of artificial flavour enhancers to make the rubbish palatable.


[citations needed]

The irony is you are the one who is ignorant of basic chemistry and biology.

"Modern" diseases existed thousands of years ago. In fact, hundreds of years ago everyone ate natural, organic and unprocessed food and they lived to the average ripe old age of died in childbirth.

Where is MSG banned? I don't recall it being banned anywhere and if it isn't, you really need to question your sources of info. Regardless what's your point? Homosexuality is banned in many countries so therefore it's bad too?

I don't see how you can believe that practically the entire world is in one giant conspiracy for a flavour enhancer The WHO, NHS, FSA, DOH, FDA EFSA etc are all bought out and lobbied to "pretend" MSG is safe? And yet the trillion pound petroleum industry can't buy everyone out to lie to us about climate change. ;)

Do you eat tomatoes? They contain glutamate. What about pears? All pears contain the carcinogen formaldehyde.

Pringles aren't healthy of course, but neither are "real/natural" crisps, they're a snack to be enjoyed in moderation. Neither of these junk foods are toxic.

Well unless you eat a few kilos at once, but you'll probably die of a salt overdose rather than glutamate toxicity. :)


Many people I know can eat whole box of pringles in 1 minute so I don't think it is eaten in moderation. If nothing else, it can cause obesity which can cause many other diseases. Also some flavours of pringles have upto three artificial flavours and hydrogenated fat so it is not just msg. Also the way Pringles are marketed to young children makes it even worse. Probably msg may be safe in moderation for adults but when it is hidden in so many processed food coming from outside UK under various names like yeast extract etc, there is no moderation, and it becomes a legal high. Once you have some one sick in your family due to these modern day diseases which take long time to show symptoms but are incurable , you will not advocate any food chemicals whether msg or other artificial colours, flavours and preservatives . Prevention is always better than cure.
sam_of_london
yrreb88
sam_of_london
jdbigguy
Pound shops I go to now have only 140g in the tube.
The B&M at Lakeside Thurrock, yesterday had the Original and Salt & Vinegar. I don't remember if they had other flavours.

I saw these at Iceland for one pound as well. Also read the ingredients, all chemicals to prolong shelf life & make the rubbish palatable . Wish they came with warning, like cigarettes, not suitable for children due to brain damaging toxins inside.

I see you are spouting the same chemophobic, fallacious, virtue-signalling nonsense. For one, just because something on Google says otherwise, doesn't mean MSG is a dangerous brain toxin. The FSA, NHS, WHO, EFSA, etc etc would have picked up on something as simple as this. Glutamate is an amino acid found in practically every food and cell.

Better stop eating tomatoes and cheese, they're also full of deadly brain-damaging glutamate.

If you're not really interested in the product, why comment on it?

/rant. ;)


I comment because millions like you are ignorant of the health risk and better choices available in crisps. Millions are already mentally sick, have cancer, diabetes(modern diseases caused by chemicals) etc in this country due to the greed of food manufacturers and political lobby supporting the sale of these chemicals in most food products made in EU. Luckily supermarkets and some food manufacturers like Birds Eye, M&S do not put these chemicals in their own brand products especially for children . Msg is banned from children, s food in many countries. Just read the ingredient list on Pringles. Some flavours have more than three types of artificial flavour enhancers to make the rubbish palatable.


[citations needed]

The irony is you are the one who is ignorant of basic chemistry and biology.

"Modern" diseases existed thousands of years ago. In fact, hundreds of years ago everyone ate natural, organic and unprocessed food and they lived to the average ripe old age of died in childbirth.

Where is MSG banned? I don't recall it being banned anywhere and if it isn't, you really need to question your sources of info. Regardless what's your point? Homosexuality is banned in many countries so therefore it's bad too?

I don't see how you can believe that practically the entire world is in one giant conspiracy for a flavour enhancer The WHO, NHS, FSA, DOH, FDA EFSA etc are all bought out and lobbied to "pretend" MSG is safe? And yet the trillion pound petroleum industry can't buy everyone out to lie to us about climate change. ;)

Do you eat tomatoes? They contain glutamate. What about pears? All pears contain the carcinogen formaldehyde.

Pringles aren't healthy of course, but neither are "real/natural" crisps, they're a snack to be enjoyed in moderation. Neither of these junk foods are toxic.

Well unless you eat a few kilos at once, but you'll probably die of a salt overdose rather than glutamate toxicity. :)
benjammin316
sam_of_london
jdbigguy
Pound shops I go to now have only 140g in the tube.
The B&M at Lakeside Thurrock, yesterday had the Original and Salt & Vinegar. I don't remember if they had other flavours.
I saw these at Iceland for one pound as well. Also read the ingredients, all chemicals to prolong shelf life & make the rubbish palatable . Wish they came with warning, like cigarettes, not suitable for children due to brain damaging toxins inside.


Sounds like you've been eating plenty of them.


I love shopping for good bargains but this is just playing with your own health and that of your family. Maybe next time get some dehydrated potato flour and see how much you can eat it alone with out adding these chemicals. If you binge on pringles, it is because of these chemicals which fool the brain without having any nutritional value
yrreb88
sam_of_london
jdbigguy
Pound shops I go to now have only 140g in the tube.
The B&M at Lakeside Thurrock, yesterday had the Original and Salt & Vinegar. I don't remember if they had other flavours.

I saw these at Iceland for one pound as well. Also read the ingredients, all chemicals to prolong shelf life & make the rubbish palatable . Wish they came with warning, like cigarettes, not suitable for children due to brain damaging toxins inside.

I see you are spouting the same chemophobic, fallacious, virtue-signalling nonsense. For one, just because something on Google says otherwise, doesn't mean MSG is a dangerous brain toxin. The FSA, NHS, WHO, EFSA, etc etc would have picked up on something as simple as this. Glutamate is an amino acid found in practically every food and cell.

Better stop eating tomatoes and cheese, they're also full of deadly brain-damaging glutamate.

If you're not really interested in the product, why comment on it?

/rant. ;)


I comment because millions like you are ignorant of the health risk and better choices available in crisps. Millions are already mentally sick, have cancer, diabetes(modern diseases caused by chemicals) etc in this country due to the greed of food manufacturers and political lobby supporting the sale of these chemicals in most food products made in EU. Luckily supermarkets and some food manufacturers like Birds Eye, M&S do not put these chemicals in their own brand products especially for children . Msg is banned from children, s food in many countries. Just read the ingredient list on Pringles. Some flavours have more than three types of artificial flavour enhancers to make the rubbish palatable.
sam_of_london
Always one pound in pound shops so no deal . Full of artificial flavour enhancers like MSG , hydrogenated fats so bad for health. Made in Brussels with potato flour and chemicals. Better buy British crisps made with natural ingredients like spices and potatoes rather than this rubbish made outside UK.


you sound like a right laugh
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yrreb88
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sam_of_london
Not a deal. Always there all the time in all Pound shops. No real potatoes used , just made from potato flour. Full of msg and other chemicals bad for children. Hope we don't get this crap from Belgium once we move out of EU
Even if that is true MSG has less sodium than salt, and gives you the perception that you're eating more salt that is in... salt. MSG can actually be used to reduce your sodium consumption. I'm not saying it's a health food but you could twist it that way. And it's definitely more of a health food than people that think coconut oil is healthy (it's not).

By the way, the MSG being bad myth has been busted for ages and the sodium reduction thing is true. Look for research on Google scholar rather than Hemsley and Hemsley's colouring book covers full of boys that are stinky and foods that contain poo-poo. They really are a pair of gits. Stupidity in stereo. Oh yeah, let's make gluten a demon because 14 in a 1000 really react pretty poorly to it, and so cooking without it means our food is really healthy even if we use super saturated fats that are healthy because we read somewhere else that they are, and agave syrup which is from something that we've never heard of but it's natural - and is almost 100% fructose, which is fruit sugar, and healthy because it's a plant, even though we have to break down fructose in the liver into fat before we can metabolise it in the same way we do alcohol, but it's fruit, so it's healthy, yah? Beladonna is a plant, too - try cooking with that.

Yeah, I just woke up on the sofa surrounded by bottles and my girlfriend is telling me to get into bed but that doesn't make me less right.


It is not just msg, there are other chemical flavour enhancers as well. There is no need to add artificial chemicals, colours and preservatives in food and poison ourselves instead of using spices and other time tested condiments. Msg is excitotoxin leads to obesity, hyperactivity in kids and alzimers in adults. How many people are mentally sick in this country. No need to poison everyone by using harmful chemicals and drain NHS resources.


"Citations needed"

Glutamic acid is an amino acid. How can an amino acid, found in practically every protein and cell in your body, is a poisonous substance that causes all the very different problems of you list?


Then why is it not called Glutamic Acid?


That's just how naming is in chemistry, it likes to make things awkward. :) You don't call regular sea salt (NaCl) sodium chlorine, it's sodium chloride just as MSG isn't monosodium glutamic acid. If you search for glutamate on Wikipedia, it will redirect you to glutamic acid.

Glutamate is an ionic form of glutamic acid and MSG is glutamic acid that's been turned into a solid salt in this case with sodium. This form is more useful and versatile than plain glutamic acid. Glutamic acid, glutamate, MSG, it's properties don't change and each form is indistinguishable to your body. The same glutamic acid is digested everyday from grains, meat etc.

The NHS, WHO, FSA, etc would have picked up on something as simple as glutamic acid being a significant problem and causing the things you suggest. Of course, it contains salt so you should still use it in moderation but otherwise there's no particular reason to fear or avoid it.

This article will explain it better but it goes into a bit of detail in parts.


Rubbish. Sodium and chlorine are both toxic by themselves. Only sodium chloride or common salt is safe in very limited amount. In High amount it also causes high blood pressure . Glutamic Acid and msg are not the same thing as sodium, chlorine are both poisonous while sodium chloride is not. Msg may be made from glutamic Acid but not the same. After chemical reaction the properties of the chemicals change. Taking a gamble on these untested chemicals is utterly foolish and contributing to modern diseases like Alzimers which were unknown in the past. I have seen MSG banned by many countries for children. They are just stupid accordingly to you, only the EU food lobby knows best because they have money to lobby and buy all bureaucrats in Brussels.
Interesting stuff
sam_of_london
yrreb88
sam_of_london
Duelling Duck
sam_of_london
Not a deal. Always there all the time in all Pound shops. No real potatoes used , just made from potato flour. Full of msg and other chemicals bad for children. Hope we don't get this crap from Belgium once we move out of EU
Even if that is true MSG has less sodium than salt, and gives you the perception that you're eating more salt that is in... salt. MSG can actually be used to reduce your sodium consumption. I'm not saying it's a health food but you could twist it that way. And it's definitely more of a health food than people that think coconut oil is healthy (it's not).

By the way, the MSG being bad myth has been busted for ages and the sodium reduction thing is true. Look for research on Google scholar rather than Hemsley and Hemsley's colouring book covers full of boys that are stinky and foods that contain poo-poo. They really are a pair of gits. Stupidity in stereo. Oh yeah, let's make gluten a demon because 14 in a 1000 really react pretty poorly to it, and so cooking without it means our food is really healthy even if we use super saturated fats that are healthy because we read somewhere else that they are, and agave syrup which is from something that we've never heard of but it's natural - and is almost 100% fructose, which is fruit sugar, and healthy because it's a plant, even though we have to break down fructose in the liver into fat before we can metabolise it in the same way we do alcohol, but it's fruit, so it's healthy, yah? Beladonna is a plant, too - try cooking with that.

Yeah, I just woke up on the sofa surrounded by bottles and my girlfriend is telling me to get into bed but that doesn't make me less right.


It is not just msg, there are other chemical flavour enhancers as well. There is no need to add artificial chemicals, colours and preservatives in food and poison ourselves instead of using spices and other time tested condiments. Msg is excitotoxin leads to obesity, hyperactivity in kids and alzimers in adults. How many people are mentally sick in this country. No need to poison everyone by using harmful chemicals and drain NHS resources.


"Citations needed"

Glutamic acid is an amino acid. How can an amino acid, found in practically every protein and cell in your body, is a poisonous substance that causes all the very different problems of you list?


Then why is it not called Glutamic Acid?


That's just how naming is in chemistry, it likes to make things awkward. :) You don't call regular sea salt (NaCl) sodium chlorine, it's sodium chloride just as MSG isn't monosodium glutamic acid. If you search for glutamate on Wikipedia, it will redirect you to glutamic acid.

Glutamate is an ionic form of glutamic acid and MSG is glutamic acid that's been turned into a solid salt in this case with sodium. This form is more useful and versatile than plain glutamic acid. Glutamic acid, glutamate, MSG, it's properties don't change and each form is indistinguishable to your body. The same glutamic acid is digested everyday from grains, meat etc.

The NHS, WHO, FSA, etc would have picked up on something as simple as glutamic acid being a significant problem and causing the things you suggest. Of course, it contains salt so you should still use it in moderation but otherwise there's no particular reason to fear or avoid it.

This article will explain it better but it goes into a bit of detail in parts.
yrreb88
sam_of_london
Duelling Duck
sam_of_london
Not a deal. Always there all the time in all Pound shops. No real potatoes used , just made from potato flour. Full of msg and other chemicals bad for children. Hope we don't get this crap from Belgium once we move out of EU
Even if that is true MSG has less sodium than salt, and gives you the perception that you're eating more salt that is in... salt. MSG can actually be used to reduce your sodium consumption. I'm not saying it's a health food but you could twist it that way. And it's definitely more of a health food than people that think coconut oil is healthy (it's not).

By the way, the MSG being bad myth has been busted for ages and the sodium reduction thing is true. Look for research on Google scholar rather than Hemsley and Hemsley's colouring book covers full of boys that are stinky and foods that contain poo-poo. They really are a pair of gits. Stupidity in stereo. Oh yeah, let's make gluten a demon because 14 in a 1000 really react pretty poorly to it, and so cooking without it means our food is really healthy even if we use super saturated fats that are healthy because we read somewhere else that they are, and agave syrup which is from something that we've never heard of but it's natural - and is almost 100% fructose, which is fruit sugar, and healthy because it's a plant, even though we have to break down fructose in the liver into fat before we can metabolise it in the same way we do alcohol, but it's fruit, so it's healthy, yah? Beladonna is a plant, too - try cooking with that.

Yeah, I just woke up on the sofa surrounded by bottles and my girlfriend is telling me to get into bed but that doesn't make me less right.


It is not just msg, there are other chemical flavour enhancers as well. There is no need to add artificial chemicals, colours and preservatives in food and poison ourselves instead of using spices and other time tested condiments. Msg is excitotoxin leads to obesity, hyperactivity in kids and alzimers in adults. How many people are mentally sick in this country. No need to poison everyone by using harmful chemicals and drain NHS resources.


"Citations needed"

Glutamic acid is an amino acid. How can an amino acid, found in practically every protein and cell in your body, is a poisonous substance that causes all the very different problems of you list?


Then why is it not called Glutamic Acid?
sam_of_london
Duelling Duck
sam_of_london
Not a deal. Always there all the time in all Pound shops. No real potatoes used , just made from potato flour. Full of msg and other chemicals bad for children. Hope we don't get this crap from Belgium once we move out of EU
Even if that is true MSG has less sodium than salt, and gives you the perception that you're eating more salt that is in... salt. MSG can actually be used to reduce your sodium consumption. I'm not saying it's a health food but you could twist it that way. And it's definitely more of a health food than people that think coconut oil is healthy (it's not).

By the way, the MSG being bad myth has been busted for ages and the sodium reduction thing is true. Look for research on Google scholar rather than Hemsley and Hemsley's colouring book covers full of boys that are stinky and foods that contain poo-poo. They really are a pair of gits. Stupidity in stereo. Oh yeah, let's make gluten a demon because 14 in a 1000 really react pretty poorly to it, and so cooking without it means our food is really healthy even if we use super saturated fats that are healthy because we read somewhere else that they are, and agave syrup which is from something that we've never heard of but it's natural - and is almost 100% fructose, which is fruit sugar, and healthy because it's a plant, even though we have to break down fructose in the liver into fat before we can metabolise it in the same way we do alcohol, but it's fruit, so it's healthy, yah? Beladonna is a plant, too - try cooking with that.

Yeah, I just woke up on the sofa surrounded by bottles and my girlfriend is telling me to get into bed but that doesn't make me less right.


It is not just msg, there are other chemical flavour enhancers as well. There is no need to add artificial chemicals, colours and preservatives in food and poison ourselves instead of using spices and other time tested condiments. Msg is excitotoxin leads to obesity, hyperactivity in kids and alzimers in adults. How many people are mentally sick in this country. No need to poison everyone by using harmful chemicals and drain NHS resources.


"Citations needed"

Glutamic acid is an amino acid. How can an amino acid, found in practically every protein and cell in your body, is a poisonous substance that causes all the very different problems of you list?
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Pringles Tortilla Nacho Cheese 180G £2.48 @ Tesco

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Love these & love the price :)
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maccy1
Well, I do like cheese...so hot X)X)
Great price Maccy, they will fly out at this price X)

Just going now...don't want to miss out X)
maccy1
Well, I do like cheese...so hot X)X)
Great price Maccy, they will fly out at this price X)
Marc001uk
Has anyone ever paid £2.48 for pringles ?? X)

Unfortunately yes, lots of people just have more money than sense. I saw someone in sainsburys 2 days ago buy 2 6 packs of 7 up for £3.35 each!
Well, I do like cheese...so hot X)X)
Picked some up today from Pound Stretcher for £1
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Pringles Snacks (Varieties as stocked) (190g) was £2.25 now £1.00 @ Morrisons

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Pringles Snacks (Varieties as stocked) (190g) was £2.25 now £1.00 Original, Sour Cream & Onion, Salt & Vinegar, BBQ, Prawn Cocktail, Cheese & Onion, Paprika, Steak, Roast Chicken, Smokey Bacon, Che… Read More
Pringles Snacks (Varieties as stocked) (190g) was £2.25 now £1.00 Original, Sour Cream & Onion, Salt & Vinegar, BBQ, Prawn Cocktail, Cheese & Onion, Paprika, Steak, Roast Chicken, Smokey Bacon, Che…
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Good price for Pringles but I always prefer a big £1.00 bag of Walkers Sensations (Vintage Cheddar and Onion Chutney). The issue I have with Pringles is that after a quarter of a tube all flavours taste the same.
sam_of_london
SteveDave4
sam_of_london
Always one pound at Poundland, poundworld and Sam, s 99p and other discount stores . Full of chemicals and flavour enhancers and other rubbish . Better buy crisps without chemicals like Kettle chips or make own. Should come with health warning saying they contain excitotoxins like MSG and cause hyperactivity in kids /Alzimers in adults.
Always one...moron who feels the need to inform us all that he's the health police and is here to shut us down.
I only feel sorry for morons like you who get sick themselves with their families due to their lifestyle choices and cause unnecessary burden on the NHS. Just because Pringles, mints money by selling chemical full food or slow poison to children and adults, does not mean, I should vote it hot. There are millions of people suffering from mental illness in this country due to the greed of the food industry and their lobbying in the EU. You can do an experiment on yourself, go on Pringles only diet and can very soon see the chemical results. There are so many natural spices and condiments which can be used to flavour food instead of slow poisoning people by adding new chemicals.

Eating the occasional Pringle or being a sad virgin like you? I know which one I'll choose.
sam_of_london
SteveDave4
sam_of_london
Always one pound at Poundland, poundworld and Sam, s 99p and other discount stores . Full of chemicals and flavour enhancers and other rubbish . Better buy crisps without chemicals like Kettle chips or make own. Should come with health warning saying they contain excitotoxins like MSG and cause hyperactivity in kids /Alzimers in adults.

Always one...moron who feels the need to inform us all that he's the health police and is here to shut us down.


I only feel sorry for morons like you who get sick themselves with their families due to their lifestyle choices and cause unnecessary burden on the NHS. Just because Pringles, mints money by selling chemical full food or slow poison to children and adults, does not mean, I should vote it hot. There are millions of people suffering from mental illness in this country due to the greed of the food industry and their lobbying in the EU. You can do an experiment on yourself, go on Pringles only diet and can very soon see the chemical results. There are so many natural spices and condiments which can be used to flavour food instead of slow poisoning people by adding new chemicals.


[citations needed] - mental illnesses?

I feel sorry for people who believe every click-baiting, fear-mongering article on the Internet. Who virtue signal to others on a comment section of a product they don't even buy, to suggest how much better they are or how much worse others are for not following their morally superior and flawless lifestyle. Who guilt trip others for daring to enjoy something they like simply because it does not fit their standards. Who live in fear of chemicals and toxins either because of misunderstanding the science or because they think "Big [insert industry]" is colluding with practically every government, scientist and health organisation in the world and trying to kill all their customers for more profit or something.


An all natural banana is full of chemicals. An all natural pear contains formaldehyde, a proven class 1 carcinogen. "Natural" should not be assumed to be good and healthy, and vice versa, but the word is still exploited by marketing. Botulinum is one of the most deadly toxins known yet is perfectly natural. Vaccines are artificial yet have saved and will continue to save millions of lives.

I wonder who would want to add 2-decenoic acid or 1,3,8-p-menthatriene or even zingiberene to their food?

/rant :P
same on co-op
SteveDave4
sam_of_london
Always one pound at Poundland, poundworld and Sam, s 99p and other discount stores . Full of chemicals and flavour enhancers and other rubbish . Better buy crisps without chemicals like Kettle chips or make own. Should come with health warning saying they contain excitotoxins like MSG and cause hyperactivity in kids /Alzimers in adults.

Always one...moron who feels the need to inform us all that he's the health police and is here to shut us down.


I only feel sorry for morons like you who get sick themselves with their families due to their lifestyle choices and cause unnecessary burden on the NHS. Just because Pringles, mints money by selling chemical full food or slow poison to children and adults, does not mean, I should vote it hot. There are millions of people suffering from mental illness in this country due to the greed of the food industry and their lobbying in the EU. You can do an experiment on yourself, go on Pringles only diet and can very soon see the chemical results. There are so many natural spices and condiments which can be used to flavour food instead of slow poisoning people by adding new chemicals.
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Pringles HALF PRICE £1.19 @ Nisa

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190g Pringles Half Price £1.19 Nisa Shop, Wigan Road Leyland. Check your local Nisa Shope for this bargain. Read More
190g Pringles Half Price £1.19 Nisa Shop, Wigan Road Leyland. Check your local Nisa Shope for this bargain.
Moin85 Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago3 Comments
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Distance from my nisa 20 yards, distance to Tesco or Morrisons 1.5 to 3 miles so hot if nisa is close :)
£1 in morrisons
Currently £1 in tesco nationally
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Pringles (Flavours as stocked) At Tesco £1.00

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Original Salt and Vinegar BBQ Cheese and onion Prawn Cocktail Smokey Bacon Flame Grilled Steak Offer valid from tomorrow (2/6/2016) until 10/7/2016 Offer starts 2nd June - wiggywig Read More
Original Salt and Vinegar BBQ Cheese and onion Prawn Cocktail Smokey Bacon Flame Grilled Steak Offer valid from tomorrow (2/6/2016) until 10/7/2016 Offer starts 2nd June - wiggywig
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Morrison deal over ! .Tesco's in Reading are charging £1.50
95p in Wilkos if you want a bit more off
once u pop......
Good price, just a shame the good flavour isn't included. While I was in the aisle though I spotted Tyrrells at half price, so it's all good!
often at £1 but always good to have few more when the summer comes :)
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Poundstretcher has Pringles Tortilla for a pound £1.00

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They have a few different flavours in the bolton store 180g tube. If you like doritos you will love these crisps/chips Read More
They have a few different flavours in the bolton store 180g tube. If you like doritos you will love these crisps/chips
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Flavour ok but texture lacking crunch
good find op, heat added
personally find these horrid. better off with the original ones :D
I like the tortilla types better than the normal crisp pringles myself
these were 20p in some sainsburys stores last week.
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Pringles 190g @ Wilko Instore £0.95

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Pringles 190g, 95p @ Wilko Saw these yesterday in my local store a few different flavours available not as many as the big supermarket thou . Read More
Pringles 190g, 95p @ Wilko Saw these yesterday in my local store a few different flavours available not as many as the big supermarket thou .
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MSG is a excitotoxin. It causes hyperactivity and alzimers. Many countries ban it for kids. Other than that it causes obesity and food addiction. Also sodium in it increases blood pressure. Some food manufacturers try to hide it by calling it yeast extract. Just because vitamin c is safe, there are multitude of food colours, preservatives and flavour enhancers which are approved as E numbers by EU and are bad for health. The better way to flavour food is with herbs and spices not chemicals. Most good food does not contain these nasty chemicals and no good chef will recommend putting chemicals in food, just some greedy food manufacturers.
deathtrap3000
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Just look at the E numbers or chemicals they contain. Worst junk food made in Europe. BIG NEGATIVE
E numbers aren't necessarily artificial or bad for you.
Most British don't like walkers and kettle chips do not have this rubbish inside so safe for children
What e numbers are unsafe for children?? Be sure to let the food safety authority know your findings.
Many countries ban these chemicals for kids. Only EU does not. If we leave EU we can make our own rules.
Not all e numbers are bad for you. Oxygen has its own e number. Should we ban that?
deathtrap3000
deathtrap3000
Just look at the E numbers or chemicals they contain. Worst junk food made in Europe. BIG NEGATIVE
E numbers aren't necessarily artificial or bad for you.
Most British don't like walkers and kettle chips do not have this rubbish inside so safe for children
What e numbers are unsafe for children?? Be sure to let the food safety authority know your findings.


Many countries ban these chemicals for kids. Only EU does not. If we leave EU we can make our own rules.
sam_of_london
yrreb88
sam_of_london
Just look at the E numbers or chemicals they contain. Worst junk food made in Europe. BIG NEGATIVE


Virtue signalling in a deal for Pringles is a bit silly. Can you mention why any of these "chemicals" are of concern?


Preservatives and artificial flavour enhancers.


Dehydrated Potatoes, Vegetable Oils (Sunflower, Corn), Rice Flour, Wheat Starch, Emulsifier (E471), Maltodextrin, Salt.

Yep full of preservatives and artificial flavour enhancers. (_;) You don't really need preservatives in a dried snack soaked in oil.

The "artificial" flavour enhancers used tend to be MSG which is a salt of glutamic acid, an amino acid. This is found in many foods such as tomatoes and cheese and found in far greater quantities in your body than you could ever eat.

Did you know ascorbic acid/vitamin C is E300? You shouldn't assume something is bad because it's a chemical or artificial particularly when everything is made of chemicals. :)
deathtrap3000
Just look at the E numbers or chemicals they contain. Worst junk food made in Europe. BIG NEGATIVE
E numbers aren't necessarily artificial or bad for you.
Most British don't like walkers and kettle chips do not have this rubbish inside so safe for children
What e numbers are unsafe for children?? Be sure to let the food safety authority know your findings.