21p for 2 of your 5 a day – 1 litre Smoothie £1.05 @ Lidl
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21p for 2 of your 5 a day – 1 litre Smoothie £1.05 @ Lidl

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Found 31st Aug 2017
Cheapest not-from-concentrate
smoothie I’ve come across. Relatively new addition to Lidl (their old smoothie was a bit rubbish, and cost more)

Very little difference between this
and innocent smoothies.

Also, this is just their standard price - but is so much cheaper than the overpriced alternatives I thought this might be worth a post.

Definitely worth a try if smoothie is your thing. If not, your in the wrong place
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If this is their standard price, where is the deal?
I don't see 21p
Well for me who has never tried Lidl smoothies and who buys Innocent this will make me give it a try so even if not strictly a deal it's a money saving post, so thanks OP
Edited by: "twinkle" 31st Aug 2017
I bought these a few weeks ago and kids hate them
pinkkitty20075 m ago

I bought these a few weeks ago and kids hate them


I bought them a few days go and I love them....
Fruit juice and fruit puree. It's not the proper stuff.
they do well on replcating other big brands.
According to myfitnesspal.com/foo…553

It has 29g of sugars per (250ml) serving
Edited by: "rubberbullets" 31st Aug 2017
Nothing more than a sugary drink. If you want to eat lots of fruit, eat lots of real fruit.

The "5 a day" advice is simply what the government believe the UK public will tolerate. Fruit is included in that because most people would baulk at the idea of eating 5 portions of vegetables a day. In fact to stay healthy you should be consuming between 5 and 10 vegetables per day, with fruit being a snack or treat and not counting towards that total.
Yup, I bought this at the weekend and it tasted surprisingly good. Nothing wrong in my opinion.
rubberbullets1 h, 49 m ago

According to http://www.myfitnesspal.com/food/calories/12604553It has 29g …According to http://www.myfitnesspal.com/food/calories/12604553It has 29g of sugars per (250ml) serving



That's nothing. The Fanta you posted earlyer has 30g/250ml
Tastes good but not smooth considering its a smoothie, full of pulp...
Edited by: "daudiamd" 1st Sep 2017
rubberbullets9 h, 38 m ago

According to http://www.myfitnesspal.com/food/calories/12604553It has 29g …According to http://www.myfitnesspal.com/food/calories/12604553It has 29g of sugars per (250ml) serving



Isn't that what you would expect?
Fruit and fruit juice tend to be sweet. Obviously some fruit is sweeter than others but these smoothies always tend to use lots of apples or grapes for the sweetness.
A quick look finds these:
Tesco Strawberry And Banana Smoothie
tesco.com/gro…499
15.3g per 150ml (25.5g per 250ml)
Tesco Mango And Passion Fruit Smoothie
tesco.com/gro…476
17.7g per 150ml (29.5g per 250ml)
Innocent Super Smoothie Energise
mysupermarket.co.uk/tes…tml
10.0g per 100ml (25.0g per 250ml)
Innocent Super Smoothie Invigorate
mysupermarket.co.uk/tes…tml
11.0g per 100ml (27.5g per 250ml)
Sainsbury's Strawberry & Banana Smoothie
mysupermarket.co.uk/sai…tml
10.9g per 100ml (27.25g per 250ml)
Tropicana Boost Forest Fruit Juice Smoothie
tesco.com/gro…524
12g per 100ml (30g per 250ml)

Basically, all smoothies are very sweet even though all of them do not contain any added sugar. But unless you eat green fruit, smoothies and ripe fruit should be equally sweet.
Been lidl today they them sell original price
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