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1.5 Litre of Still Fanta only 39p @ Home Bargains!!
1.5 Litre of Still Fanta only 39p @ Home Bargains!!

1.5 Litre of Still Fanta only 39p @ Home Bargains!!

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This is a really nice and refreshing drink. Very good price to!

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Yuck Yuck Yuck. Who would buy a drink with so many additives in? Orange juice is only a little more and Robinsons or similar squash is only slightly more!

69p at my local one.

Yeah I quite like the taste, but seriously look at the daily recommended limits on the bottle, this stuff is really bad for you compared to some other soft drinks. I'm not touching it again.

I was really disappointed with this, was expecting the stuff you can get at mcdonalds (or used to be able to, havent been there for about 6 years!)

My dad goes nuts for this stuff, pity there aint any shops in Scotland.

Laughed at when I put in my Aberdeen post code to find the nearest one it came back with Newcastle, heh heh. Heat added though.

Banned

this stuff is nothing special. not bad for the price i suppose

great find

i hate the taste of this stuff voted hot for price tho !!

Good price if u like it... but not for me... it's disgusting!

tried this today, absolutely disgusting drink, not refreshing, not tasty, and overall a very bad representation of the 'Fanta' brand

i love home bargains
you can't do a full shop there but what you can get is half the price of the big supermarkets

I adore this drink - I don't care how many additives it has - and besides the Zero version is really low in calories and only has sugar that occurs naturally in the tiny amount of actual fruit juice it has in it!
I was paying double this for 375ml bottles at Tesco Express but they've stopped stocking the Zero version for some reason even though it was obviously selling faster.

I don't think it's dissimilar to the McDonald's one, it's just its a mixed fruit drink instead of just orange.

RSteve;2061319

I adore this drink - I don't care how many additives it has - and besides … I adore this drink - I don't care how many additives it has - and besides the Zero version is really low in calories and only has sugar that occurs naturally in the tiny amount of actual fruit juice it has in it!I was paying double this for 375ml bottles at Tesco Express but they've stopped stocking the Zero version for some reason even though it was obviously selling faster. I don't think it's dissimilar to the McDonald's one, it's just its a mixed fruit drink instead of just orange.



They're almost the same apart from one is pure and this one is a squash with lots of artificial additives. Hang on, they're completely different.

muddyfox470;2058639

Yuck Yuck Yuck. Who would buy a drink with so many additives in? Orange … Yuck Yuck Yuck. Who would buy a drink with so many additives in? Orange juice is only a little more and Robinsons or similar squash is only slightly more!



The sad thing is that Robinsons also has Phenalynine in it as well. I'm from Australia and we have diet drinks there but when we have a non-diet drink it doesn't have artificial sweeteners in it. Artificial sweeteners are worse than the sugar they replace in my opinion. I bought a couple of bottles of Robinsons the other day as it said No artificial Colours and Flavours and I just assumed that it didn't have any artificial sweeteners. Sadly I was wrong. Don't get why this gets done. You can't even buy proper Fanta here as the "sweet" version has artificial sweeteners and little sugar. Why not give people a choice between a drink that's like coke and a drink that's like Diet coke. It works for Coke!

There's much cheaper ways of getting stomach cancer.

306maxi;2062057

The sad thing is that Robinsons also has Phenalynine in it as well. I'm … The sad thing is that Robinsons also has Phenalynine in it as well. I'm from Australia and we have diet drinks there but when we have a non-diet drink it doesn't have artificial sweeteners in it. Artificial sweeteners are worse than the sugar they replace in my opinion. I bought a couple of bottles of Robinsons the other day as it said No artificial Colours and Flavours and I just assumed that it didn't have any artificial sweeteners. Sadly I was wrong. Don't get why this gets done. You can't even buy proper Fanta here as the "sweet" version has artificial sweeteners and little sugar. Why not give people a choice between a drink that's like coke and a drink that's like Diet coke. It works for Coke!



This is also true of the "sweet" version of Fanta Still and virtually every Lemonade.

The sooner aspartame is illegal the better.

Tastes horrible

RedOnRed;2061597

They're almost the same apart from one is pure and this one is a squash … They're almost the same apart from one is pure and this one is a squash with lots of artificial additives. Hang on, they're completely different.



No, not the tropicana orange, he means the still fanta they sell - which definitely isnt pure!

Dudley;2062080

This is also true of the "sweet" version of Fanta Still and virtually … This is also true of the "sweet" version of Fanta Still and virtually every Lemonade.The sooner aspartame is illegal the better.




Agreed. We used to buy Schweppes Lemonade until I found it had artificial **** in it. Now we buy the Sainsburys stuff which is cheaper and doesn't have **** in it. Don't know what it is about the EU/UK but in Australia you have 2 types of drink. You get diet drinks and non-diet drinks and you don't get aspartame slipped into drinks which are labelled as non-diet drinks. I fail to see the point of having Fanta and then having Fanta Zero when they are almost the same. Both taste equally horrible and the bigger market for people who like sugary drinks and can enjoy them in moderation is lost.
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