1kg Peanut Butter £4.95 + free delivery - 2kg for £9.90 delivered @ Dolphin fitness
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1kg Peanut Butter £4.95 + free delivery - 2kg for £9.90 delivered @ Dolphin fitness

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Found 8th May 2016
Meridian natural peanut butter 1kg tub for £4.95 delivered, £9.90 for 2kg

Amazon is still at £12.55 for 2kg

34 Comments

is this good?

bought it anyway

andreasuk

is this good?



Yes I always have this. Needs a good mix when it arrives but best one I've tried.

I got the organic one from Amazon for £5 recently

4.11 kg in my local tesco

jjmmww1

4.11 kg in my local tesco


Let's hope that they get some more soon then

Organic about 50p more

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andreasuk

is this good?



It's lovely stuff!

This is amazing and with no palm oil. Needs a good stir as oil seperates but lovely stuff

andreasuk

bought it anyway



Yes! It's all peanut ingredients... It separates to oil when left for long so when it comes you need to mix it... They are amazing though. Takes a couple of tastes to get used to it. Top tip, brown toast with this and honey oO

Product may contain traces of nuts



That's reassuring...

got 4 tubs of this in my cupboard, taste like ****, worst peanut butter ive ever had...

£4.11 @ ocado , if it helps someone

ocado.com/web…631

seanmorris100

got 4 tubs of this in my cupboard, taste like ****, worst peanut butter … got 4 tubs of this in my cupboard, taste like ****, worst peanut butter ive ever had...



oO

seanmorris100

got 4 tubs of this in my cupboard, taste like ****, worst peanut butter … got 4 tubs of this in my cupboard, taste like ****, worst peanut butter ive ever had...



​Really oO wonder what you're preferred peanut butter brand is...

Top deal better than the sun pat palm oil gang. Only downside is the container is too big for a small fridge. Is it possible to separate in to smaller containers or just a big mess to do?

dodoegg1

Top deal better than the sun pat palm oil gang. Only downside is the … Top deal better than the sun pat palm oil gang. Only downside is the container is too big for a small fridge. Is it possible to separate in to smaller containers or just a big mess to do?


Opened PB is fine stored in a cupboard for 3-4 months...

rimz790

​Really oO wonder what you're preferred peanut butter brand is...


Mine is most definitely - Skippy and Jif (recently discovered the joys of Jif peanut butter - mmmm). Not coincidentally the top two peanut butter brands in the world

any cashback? cant find it on TCB/Quiddy

Edited by: "dodoegg1" 9th May 2016

jsty3105

Mine is most definitely - Skippy and Jif (recently discovered the joys of … Mine is most definitely - Skippy and Jif (recently discovered the joys of Jif peanut butter - mmmm). Not coincidentally the top two peanut butter brands in the world



90% peanuts. Always found those too salty.

Heat OP.
Ordered organic and a few other things.

Thanks for the heads-up on ingredients in 'normal' peanut butter too. I'd always assumed it was 100% peanuts but no, 95% plus sugar, vegetable oil and salt.

seanmorris100

got 4 tubs of this in my cupboard, taste like ****, worst peanut butter … got 4 tubs of this in my cupboard, taste like ****, worst peanut butter ive ever had...



Can't help thinking why you bought 4 in the first place

heathershoneys

Can't help thinking why you bought 4 in the first place


not rocket science - buy 4 in a deal then... actually no ...thats it

this stuff is ok, bit runny and always slops over the edge on first stir but its not too bad

heathershoneys

Can't help thinking why you bought 4 in the first place



Well i bought 2 as they come in a 2 pack but one tub was damaged so amazon sent me another 2 tubs even though only one was damaged. It really is a chore eating this it has no flavour at all.

I tried mixing it with other things but still cant eat it lol.

I dunno what kind i prefer but i do like peanut butter next time i go to my mothers ill check what kind she has and update all you curious people.

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rev6

90% peanuts. Always found those too salty.


But they taste so great. Then again - I shouldn't consume them that much, particularly now that you've reminded me about salt. I tend to buy the 1.13kg Skippy Extra Crunchy from Amazon for about £6.90. Jif is great but pricey here.

How are you getting free delivery?

£8.22 on Amazon for two 1kg pots atm. Could be cheaper if you have prime or order over £20 to get free delivery.

amazon.co.uk/Mer…NA/

owdcodger

Thanks for the heads-up on ingredients in 'normal' peanut butter too. … Thanks for the heads-up on ingredients in 'normal' peanut butter too. I'd always assumed it was 100% peanuts but no, 95% plus sugar, vegetable oil and salt.


Really, you couldn't spare 5 seconds to glance at the label?

Bought some on the last Tesco deal, found it really dry and sticks to the roof of your mouth and teeth so make sure you have a drink ready when eating this stuff.

cocobay71

Bought some on the last Tesco deal, found it really dry and sticks to the … Bought some on the last Tesco deal, found it really dry and sticks to the roof of your mouth and teeth so make sure you have a drink ready when eating this stuff.



The wonders of eating peanut butter.

In my humble opinion you'd be better off spending £1 more and buy this http://groceries.asda.com/product/peanut-butter/whole-earth-crunchy-peanut-butter/910002201002
Awesome stuff.

Save the Pound

In my humble opinion you'd be better off spending £1 more and buy this … In my humble opinion you'd be better off spending £1 more and buy this http://groceries.asda.com/product/peanut-butter/whole-earth-crunchy-peanut-butter/910002201002Awesome stuff.



That stuff is so salty. If you like *prefer meridian over other brands, I don't recommend it.



Edited by: "rev6" 9th May 2016

rev6

That stuff is so salty. If you like meridian I don't recommend it.



I love it, nothing comes close for me

jsty3105

Mine is most definitely - Skippy and Jif (recently discovered the joys of … Mine is most definitely - Skippy and Jif (recently discovered the joys of Jif peanut butter - mmmm). Not coincidentally the top two peanut butter brands in the world



Have to back you up on this. As artificial as they are, Skippy and Jif are far better than any peanut butter I ever tried in the UK. You may as well eat something enjoyable and stop splitting hairs over tiny details about health. After all, the fat to protein ratio of nuts is pretty close to cheese. I can see nothing wrong with a little bit of what you like.
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