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200g of Cashews 99p at Home Bargains Romford
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200g of Cashews 99p at Home Bargains Romford

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Posted 5th JunAvailable: London

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200g of Cashews for 99p seems a great price as they are usually expensive.

These aee split cashews,exactly the same as normal cashews just some are broken.

They taste great just had some. Good to throw in your breakfast or just munch on.
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redwing505/06/2020 17:49

Yeah they have a creamy texture plus much healthier than peanuts.


You'd be nuts to miss this deal lol!😁😁😁
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Love these much better than peanuts!
Ukguy10105/06/2020 17:48

Love these much better than peanuts!


Yeah they have a creamy texture plus much healthier than peanuts.
redwing505/06/2020 17:49

Yeah they have a creamy texture plus much healthier than peanuts.


You'd be nuts to miss this deal lol!😁😁😁
Put this on my full English, it’s just not right.
Currently munching on these, picked up today in branch in Craigavon, NI. Delicious
Have some heat - cheapest I can find is Aldi at £6 a kg, which is great, and these are £5 a kg
Smaller snack size packs

Perfect!
Gr8 find, I hope I find some tmrw in my local!!
Always a que outside to get in
I voted hot...

...but my cat didn't! HE prefers to be barefoot.
Edited by: "gittishguy" 6th Jun
Cashew prices vary a lot by quality these don’t look as good as the ones in Lidl about 7 pounds per kg, these have a lot more broken pieces than the ones in Lidl
zararh06/06/2020 03:01

Always a que outside to get in


A snooker cue? Or a queue of people?
Literally spent this morning venting about the price of cashews and open up HUKD to see this. Heaaatt
Where were they sourced from? Always sceptical of cheap cashews, given how poor the working conditions can be for cashew farmers (e.g. in India) where they get acid burns on their hands from processing the plant.

People are so desperate to save £1 per kg, that they forget about the people getting paid £1 a day to harvest these.
Edited by: "herrbz" 6th Jun
herrbz06/06/2020 11:40

Where were they sourced from? Always sceptical of cheap cashews, given how …Where were they sourced from? Always sceptical of cheap cashews, given how poor the working conditions can be for cashew farmers (e.g. in India) where they get acid burns on their hands from processing the plant.People are so desperate to save £1 per kg, that they forget about the people getting paid £1 a day to harvest these.


Well said. Completely agree.
I get these from Tesco.


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Unsalted split cashews, brilliant for cooking with.
herrbz06/06/2020 11:40

Where were they sourced from? Always sceptical of cheap cashews, given how …Where were they sourced from? Always sceptical of cheap cashews, given how poor the working conditions can be for cashew farmers (e.g. in India) where they get acid burns on their hands from processing the plant.People are so desperate to save £1 per kg, that they forget about the people getting paid £1 a day to harvest these.


If your concerned about the working conditions of the workers I'd suggest you take it up with the company that produces the nuts. This is a deals site. What do you want when we go into a supermarket not buy anything and leave all the food to go to waste until we know the working conditions of people for each product? If you know already then let us know, if your just asking the question then it's the wrong place to ask.
herrbz06/06/2020 11:40

Where were they sourced from? Always sceptical of cheap cashews, given how …Where were they sourced from? Always sceptical of cheap cashews, given how poor the working conditions can be for cashew farmers (e.g. in India) where they get acid burns on their hands from processing the plant.People are so desperate to save £1 per kg, that they forget about the people getting paid £1 a day to harvest these.


The packet says produce of Vietnam
For all the keto and low carb fans out here... cashew nuts are less recommended than all other nuts, mainly because they have a higher % of carbs relative to fat/protein.
Not that it dissuades me from buying it or, from still claiming to follow a low carb diet
Edited by: "playdumb" 6th Jun
Get some nuts in ya!
There isn't a deal alive that would get me to Romford
Confirmed in home bargains oakwood
herrbz06/06/2020 11:40

Where were they sourced from? Always sceptical of cheap cashews, given how …Where were they sourced from? Always sceptical of cheap cashews, given how poor the working conditions can be for cashew farmers (e.g. in India) where they get acid burns on their hands from processing the plant.People are so desperate to save £1 per kg, that they forget about the people getting paid £1 a day to harvest these.


When you shop online, or go shopping at a supermarket and any retail outlet, do you ask where the items were sourced from? And what were the working conditions in third world countries?
Go nuts for nuts
thanks got a couple of packs today in the park rd oldham store.
Plenty still in stock in Home Bargains Romford. Got a few more packs today.
Great find! Will check my local
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