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200g Nescafe Gold Blend "Buy 1 Get 1 Free" £5.79 @ Tesco
200g Nescafe Gold Blend "Buy 1 Get 1 Free" £5.79 @ Tesco

200g Nescafe Gold Blend "Buy 1 Get 1 Free" £5.79 @ Tesco

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200g Nescafe Gold Blend - B.O.G.O.F. BARGAIN!!

OFFER ON UNTIL SUNDAY SO GET YOUR BUTTS DOWN THERE.

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Asda also doing two for £6.

i'm always stocking up on these, great for people on 12 cups a day :-)

definitely sunday it starts? thought tesco changed prices tues/wed or so?
good price though

This coffee isn't Fairtrade. Also, Nestle is one of the most boycotted companies in the world for promoting bottles milk ahead of breast fed milk in developing countries, see blogs.guardian.co.uk/bus…tml

brilly;7025214

definitely sunday it starts? thought tesco changed prices tues/wed or … definitely sunday it starts? thought tesco changed prices tues/wed or so?good price though



as in original post on UNTIL sunday. Noticed it in my local store yesterday as they were all piled up right near the door.

markbargain;7026346

This coffee isn't Fairtrade. Also, Nestle is one of the most boycotted … This coffee isn't Fairtrade. Also, Nestle is one of the most boycotted companies in the world for promoting bottles milk ahead of breast fed milk in developing countries, see http://blogs.guardian.co.uk/businessinsight/archives/2005/09/01/branded.html

so what

sid1763;7026598

so what



"so what" that the producers are guaranteed a fair price for the coffee beans or "so what" that the death and suffering of babies can be caused from bottled baby milk that lacks nutrients and can be made from contaminated water? (en.wikipedia.org/wik…ott)

they also have huge jars with 50% extra for £4 in tescos southend at the moment

£5.79 for 200g!?*?!

I never buy instant - Lavazza Qualita Rossa costs £2.59 for 250g and tastes like heaven.
Why would anyone buy instant muck for twice the price? - it only takes a couple of minutes to brew, how instant do you need it to be?
Another reason I can't stand instant, apart from the taste, is that I live near Europe's largest instant coffee manufacturing facility, and the smell that comes out of there is enough to put anyone off, particularly on a hot day!

A cheap 1 cup cafetierre and ground coffee - give it a go and you'll never look back! and you'll save money!
Even better: a grinder, beans, and a Bialetti - nothing beats freshly ground.

gordonbennett!;7026461

as in original post on UNTIL sunday. Noticed it in my local store … as in original post on UNTIL sunday. Noticed it in my local store yesterday as they were all piled up right near the door.



oh yeah misread, same thing though as thought generally finished tues/wed
thanks for confirmation though

Sainsburys have these at £2-50 per jar

markbargain;7026346

This coffee isn't Fairtrade. Also, Nestle is one of the most boycotted … This coffee isn't Fairtrade. Also, Nestle is one of the most boycotted companies in the world for promoting bottles milk ahead of breast fed milk in developing countries, see http://blogs.guardian.co.uk/businessinsight/archives/2005/09/01/branded.html



You're on the wrong website.
Try the Samaritans, they might actually give a f... :roll:

JABWootton;7026798

Sainsburys have these at £2-50 per jar



Currently £4.00 each at Sainsbury's on their website. Offer ends 1/12/2009.

The smaller jar is £2.59, but it's the jar that is showing at £4 that is in the Tesco offer.

Yuck! Waitrose Espresso beans, half the price, 10 times nicer.

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gizmouk;7026843

You're on the wrong website.Try the Samaritans, they might actually give … You're on the wrong website.Try the Samaritans, they might actually give a f... :roll:



I don't think we need to be samaritans to want to buy products that ensure the producers are not pushed into poverty. Yes this coffee is cheap, but falling prices mean that coffee bean farmers often cannot afford to support their families. Personally, I always buy Fairtrade brands to ensure I can enjoy a cup without others suffering.

markbargain;7027141

I don't think we need to be samaritans to want to buy products that … I don't think we need to be samaritans to want to buy products that ensure the producers are not pushed into poverty. Yes this coffee is cheap, but falling prices mean that coffee bean farmers often cannot afford to support their families. Personally, I always buy Fairtrade brands to ensure I can enjoy a cup without others suffering.



Not interested in the slightest

gizmouk;7027390

Not interested in the slightest



Enjoy your coffee!

I just luuuuurrve the taste of BLOOD in my coffee.



die Nestle.

markbargain;7026664

"so what" that the producers are guaranteed a fair price for the coffee … "so what" that the producers are guaranteed a fair price for the coffee beans or "so what" that the death and suffering of babies can be caused from bottled baby milk that lacks nutrients and can be made from contaminated water? (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nestl%C3%A9_boycott)



Oh perleese! Spare me the bleeding heart hypocrisy, bet you drive a car that pollutes the air I have to breathe! But of course its easy to be sanctimonious and self righteous about issues that don't require any personal sacrifice on your part.

personal sacrifice when choosing a Fairtrade product is only a few pence extra.
Fairtrade has huge revenues now and really changes lives for those it partners with.

As a member of the first world we have a duty to help those vulnerable to corporate exploitation.

Original Poster

I honestly cant believe the rubbish some people type. if you don't like it, dont buy it and shut up.

For people who like it, great, enjoy the offer or suggest a better one.

For my first post, I am glad i made it hot.

Ooh, is that the kettle i hear boiling!!
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