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6×330ml pack Irn bru xtra £1 heron foods
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Love this irn bru.
Same price in Fulton Foods.
Edited by: "DigitalFootprint" 18th Jan
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Proper sugar irn bru will be extinct soon, you will have dodgy men standing in corners with full sugar drinks hidden under their coats for £30 a bottle
As a Scot, I am not ashamed to admit this stuff is blasphemy. Removing the sugar completely ruined the traditional taste, and what is substitute are a bunch of artificial sweeteners that cause mild headaches and more serious health conditions. Not a fan.
deleted210070514/01/2020 15:30

Proper sugar irn bru will be extinct soon, you will have dodgy men …Proper sugar irn bru will be extinct soon, you will have dodgy men standing in corners with full sugar drinks hidden under their coats for £30 a bottle



Already ten quid a bottle on eBay. No doubt some of the dunderheids buying those will be will be relisting in 6 months hoping to profit
I love this stuff, actually the only thing that tastes remotely like the original.
Edited by: "S_Eff" 14th Jan
Schwarzenegger14/01/2020 17:15

As a Scot, I am not ashamed to admit this stuff is blasphemy. Removing the …As a Scot, I am not ashamed to admit this stuff is blasphemy. Removing the sugar completely ruined the traditional taste, and what is substitute are a bunch of artificial sweeteners that cause mild headaches and more serious health conditions. Not a fan.


Dude the original stuff is basically diabetes in a tin. I personally think this tastes absolutely fine.
taj_singh15/01/2020 13:15

Dude the original stuff is basically diabetes in a tin. I personally think …Dude the original stuff is basically diabetes in a tin. I personally think this tastes absolutely fine.


Big misconception about sugar. Sugar has nutritional value, it's down to the consumer to decide how much to consume. Side by side, these don't taste the same, which you prefer is down to preference. But it's undeniable that artificial sweeteners, thought a substitute for sweetness, have no nutritional benefit and can only have a negative effect on health.
Side by side they taste the same actually. I got the Irn Bru blindfold Pepsi challenge when they were releasing it and I chose this one as the original. Done same with 3 friends and all chose the extra rather than sugar version.
Schwarzenegger15/01/2020 15:52

Big misconception about sugar. Sugar has nutritional value, it's down to …Big misconception about sugar. Sugar has nutritional value, it's down to the consumer to decide how much to consume. Side by side, these don't taste the same, which you prefer is down to preference. But it's undeniable that artificial sweeteners, thought a substitute for sweetness, have no nutritional benefit and can only have a negative effect on health.


Lol too deep. But appreciate the response Dr Schwarzenegger
taj_singh15/01/2020 21:52

Lol too deep. But appreciate the response Dr Schwarzenegger


Well it's about principal. Due to the sugar tax, and other pressures food companies face, they are changing the recipe to meet certain standards and criteria. But what we get is a side by side inferior product to the original. Lucozade, a drink that boasts the tag line energy, a few years ago lowered it's sugar content and substituted some of the sweetness with sweeteners, all to keep the price low (avoiding sugar tax) and keep customers "happy". But they don't make clear of any change, because they aren't obliged to. The only option we have is to study the listed ingredients. A day will come when it will happen to all our "non-diet" variants. They will retain some sugar but substitute some with artificial sweeteners which have adverse effects on health. And when the industry is changed we are left with products that are actually even more junk than their original incarnations because they contain more harmful processed ingredients. But keeping it on topic, the original Iron-Bru itself suffered this fate, it now contains some sweeteners, but removing the sugar completely further promotes the "no added sugar is better" idea that people are brainwashed into thinking when that's only relevent in specific context.
Edited by: "Schwarzenegger" 15th Jan
Schwarzenegger15/01/2020 22:13

Well it's about principal. Due to the sugar tax, and other pressures food …Well it's about principal. Due to the sugar tax, and other pressures food companies face, they are changing the recipe to meet certain standards and criteria. But what we get is a side by side inferior product to the original. Lucozade, a drink that boasts the tag line energy, a few years ago lowered it's sugar content and substituted some of the sweetness with sweeteners, all to keep the price low (avoiding sugar tax) and keep customers "happy". But they don't make clear of any change, because they aren't obliged to. The only option we have is to study the listed ingredients. A day will come when it will happen to all our "non-diet" variants. They will retain some sugar but substitute some with artificial sweeteners which have adverse effects on health. And when the industry is changed we are left with products that are actually even more junk than their original incarnations because they contain more harmful processed ingredients. But keeping it on topic, the original Iron-Bru itself suffered this fate, it now contains some sweeteners, but removing the sugar completely further promotes the "no added sugar is better" idea that people are brainwashed into thinking when that's only relevent in specific context.


Lol even deeper. Thanks again Dr Schwarzenegger
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