450g kelloggs cornflakes £1 in poundland (start friday 25th may)
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450g kelloggs cornflakes £1 in poundland (start friday 25th may)

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LocalFound 20th MayEdited by:"Caroline_1993"
This deal is not going to be for everyone - 450g kelloggs cornflakes £1 in poundland

DOES NOT GO LIVE UNTIL FRIDAY 25th MAY

i usually buy the family 790g box for £2 so to get 900g for £2 is a no brainer.
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Stock up on corn flakes.Nice deal Caroline.
Last two boxes of cornflakes I've purchased have been very hard to eat, think they have changed them for some reason. Loved Kelloggs cornflakes but they are awful now. Binned last two boxes. Anyone else noticed this?
marv3120th May

Last two boxes of cornflakes I've purchased have been very hard to eat, …Last two boxes of cornflakes I've purchased have been very hard to eat, think they have changed them for some reason. Loved Kelloggs cornflakes but they are awful now. Binned last two boxes. Anyone else noticed this?


Which shop did you buy them from?
Sainsbury's and Asda
50g less now in the box!
marv312 h, 40 m ago

Last two boxes of cornflakes I've purchased have been very hard to eat, …Last two boxes of cornflakes I've purchased have been very hard to eat, think they have changed them for some reason. Loved Kelloggs cornflakes but they are awful now. Binned last two boxes. Anyone else noticed this?



They definitely don'[t taste the same as they did years ago - they're sweeter. I used to buy them a lot, but not so much these days.
"This deal is not going to be for everyone."

These are so niche I'll be surprised if anybody on HUKD eats them.
marv313 h, 8 m ago

Last two boxes of cornflakes I've purchased have been very hard to eat, …Last two boxes of cornflakes I've purchased have been very hard to eat, think they have changed them for some reason. Loved Kelloggs cornflakes but they are awful now. Binned last two boxes. Anyone else noticed this?


Make sure they're made in the UK. The foreign made ones taste different.
Always remember a nutritionist that I went to see, saying that there was more nutritional value eating the cardboard box than the Kellogg's corn flakes contained within...
No wonder Kellogg's won't adopt the traffic light nutrition labelling system that most companies have adopted.
Frightened of the consumer seeing the truth me thinks.
Edited by: "jamgin" 20th May
UK made ones are 500g & 790g. These seem to be imported ones! Therefore wouldn't taste exactly the same!
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umar198022 m ago

UK made ones are 500g & 790g. These seem to be imported ones! Therefore …UK made ones are 500g & 790g. These seem to be imported ones! Therefore wouldn't taste exactly the same!


Sorry your wrong

450g gram are made in the UK, they Are widely available in most major supermarkets.
these are the same price and weight in heron saw them today in louth store ,foreign writing ones but taste the same to me .
I guarantee this won't be in my local
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RainbowKiss50 s ago

I guarantee this won't be in my local


It should be - did you find the m&ms in yours?
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umar198020th May

UK made ones are 500g & 790g. These seem to be imported ones! Therefore …UK made ones are 500g & 790g. These seem to be imported ones! Therefore wouldn't taste exactly the same!


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jamgin20th May

Always remember a nutritionist that I went to see, saying that there was …Always remember a nutritionist that I went to see, saying that there was more nutritional value eating the cardboard box than the Kellogg's corn flakes contained within...No wonder Kellogg's won't adopt the traffic light nutrition labelling system that most companies have adopted.Frightened of the consumer seeing the truth me thinks.



If you're referring to the programme where Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall talked about hidden fat and sugars in processed foods - it's not really news to most that breakfast cereals are full of sugar and salt. People knew this years ago.

Personally, the "traffic light system" he's so fixated on means very little to me - if the nutritional value is already there on the front of the box (Calorific Value/Fat/Saturates/Sugars/Salt), most grown adults should be able to work out whether it's something they want to include in their daily intake.

"Traffic Light" colours, surely, are for children, or people who are perhaps illiterate or can't read well - I'd imagine that would apply to very few customers.

We have the internet now - if you're worried about your fat/salt/saturate intake it's all easily discoverable within a few seconds.

Willpower, common sense and self-discipline can't be bought.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 25th May
I knew I'd seen this post somewhere, added to the Heron Foods thread where Poundland was also mentioned in the header, a bit cheekily They put out a batch of these in Trongate, Glasgow tonight, bought mine before closing at 8pm.
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