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15 x Nutella B ready for £2.99 @ costco from 21st Jan
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15 x Nutella B ready for £2.99 @ costco from 21st Jan

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Posted 18th JanAvailable: National
seems cheap for 15 bars - if you like them.
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I like how Nutella try to create a product that looks like some nutritious breakfast, when Nutella is so unhealthy. Wouldn't feed it to my kids.
Thanks. Been waiting for this.
Currently 5 for £1 in co-op
chridt18/01/2019 11:36

Currently 5 for £1 in co-op


so this is cheaper then?
These are horrible. Just buy Nutella jar and avoid this.
johnmcdon55 s ago

These are horrible. Just buy Nutella jar and avoid this.


you do realise people have different tastes, right? this "advice" may only be applicable to you...
spongebob191318/01/2019 11:37

so this is cheaper then?


No,I don’t have to pay a membership fee to walk into co-op and buy 3 boxes of these....
Co-op - £3 for 15 bars
CostCo £2.99 for 15 bars + £33.60 membership fee.
Edited by: "chridt" 18th Jan
chridt4 m ago

No,I don’t have to pay a membership fee to walk into co-op and buy 3 boxes …No,I don’t have to pay a membership fee to walk into co-op and buy 3 boxes of these....


Neither do I, as I had a membership already. Youd be daft to buy a costco membership just to buy nutella bars.
Edited by: "spongebob1913" 18th Jan
Minging tbh.

Tastes like a cross between an out of date nutrigrain bar and the cheapest, driest, longest life burger buns you can find... With chocolate spread in it.
Edited by: "DonnyBrago" 18th Jan
Yeah, agree - rank. Be nicer in a brioche type roll, this is just some dry ice cream cone wafer with some palm oil based junk lurking inside.
I personally think this is one of the worst things I have ever tasted as well and I have a massive sweet tooth. Its no wonder the prices of these fake chocolate bars are dropping so quickly.
pasgun18/01/2019 10:59

I like how Nutella try to create a product that looks like some nutritious …I like how Nutella try to create a product that looks like some nutritious breakfast, when Nutella is so unhealthy. Wouldn't feed it to my kids.


It states no such thing.
Smadmad19/01/2019 16:39

It states no such thing.



I said LOOKS, not STATES. Everybody knows that 'B ready' and similar terms are usually associated with get up and go breakfast items. What else would you need to 'B ready' for, a heart attack from all the palm oil maybe?
pasgun19/01/2019 16:59

I said LOOKS, not STATES. Everybody knows that 'B ready' and similar terms …I said LOOKS, not STATES. Everybody knows that 'B ready' and similar terms are usually associated with get up and go breakfast items. What else would you need to 'B ready' for, a heart attack from all the palm oil maybe?


No the usual I'm healthy spill these days is packed with protein but has about 4g or low sugar but full of malitol. These are what they are they are not claiming to be healthy.
Smadmad19/01/2019 17:13

No the usual I'm healthy spill these days is packed with protein but has …No the usual I'm healthy spill these days is packed with protein but has about 4g or low sugar but full of malitol. These are what they are they are not claiming to be healthy.



You clearly have your opinion. However, you keep suggesting that I said the item STATES THIS and CLAIMS that, when you know that is not what I said. If you love these bars so much, tell me this: How does this product help you to 'B ready' better than a mars bar?
Edited by: "pasgun" 19th Jan
pasgun19/01/2019 17:28

You clearly have your opinion. However, you keep suggesting that I said …You clearly have your opinion. However, you keep suggesting that I said the item STATES THIS and CLAIMS that, when you know that is not what I said. If you love these bars so much, tell me this: How does this product help you to 'B ready' better than a mars bar?


Well you keep going on about "B ready" which the packet STATES. They taste nice but rarely eat them because they are unhealthy but from looking at the packaging do I get the impression they are healthy? No.
Smadmad19/01/2019 21:10

Well you keep going on about "B ready" which the packet STATES. They …Well you keep going on about "B ready" which the packet STATES. They taste nice but rarely eat them because they are unhealthy but from looking at the packaging do I get the impression they are healthy? No.



Yes I said the packet STATES 'B ready'. However I did not STATE or CLAIM that these say that they are healthy.

Dude if you want to eat this CRAP, GO AHEAD.
pasgun19/01/2019 21:12

Yes I said the packet STATES 'B ready'. However I did not STATE or CLAIM …Yes I said the packet STATES 'B ready'. However I did not STATE or CLAIM that these say that they are healthy. Dude if you want to eat this CRAP, GO AHEAD.


No, GO AHEAD are a different biscuit entirely. You're getting confused.
DonnyBrago18th Jan

Minging tbh.Tastes like a cross between an out of date nutrigrain bar and …Minging tbh.Tastes like a cross between an out of date nutrigrain bar and the cheapest, driest, longest life burger buns you can find... With chocolate spread in it.


Speaking from experience?
spongebob19131 m ago

No, GO AHEAD are a different biscuit entirely. You're getting confused.



Haha, at least you've helped me prove my point. Go ahead, b ready, get up and go or whatever it is, it's all associated with the same thing.
Gjot927 h, 7 m ago

I personally think this is one of the worst things I have ever tasted as …I personally think this is one of the worst things I have ever tasted as well and I have a massive sweet tooth. Its no wonder the prices of these fake chocolate bars are dropping so quickly.


Really? The worst? You should try liver.
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