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72 Fanta Lemon Cans for £18 instore @ Farmfoods
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72 Fanta Lemon Cans for £18 instore @ Farmfoods

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Posted 19th Sep 2018Available: National
Fanta Lemon is the newest addition to Farmfoods 3 cases of cans for £18. That's 72 cans for £18 working out to 25p a can. Individual cases are £6.50 each. Deal can be mixed with other cans on offer e.g Pepsi max, fanta fruit twist, Dr pepper zero etc.
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Love Fanta lemon - it's like a holiday in a can
SixtyFive19/09/2018 21:08

You will be very lucky to find any cans of pop that do not contain …You will be very lucky to find any cans of pop that do not contain artificial sweetener......It's almost been forced on everyone in the UK under the guise it will prevent type 2 diabetes...The reality is it wont make any difference to levels of type 2 as there were/are already plenty of no sugar cans of pop.Try finding cans only sweetened by sugar & be shocked.


i don't know why we all can't make our own decisions about how much sugar to have. it never used to be a problem before but now they have made it into a big thing. sweeteners are worse than having sugar
does anyone know if this also has got reduced sugar? every time i pick up a drink these days i get shocked at how disgusting they all taste.
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Good find @phoebe.smith - enough to set your own tuck shop up at work
Love Fanta lemon - it's like a holiday in a can
Fizzy drinks should not be celebrated. 72 cans - flip me!!
Edited by: "johnf007" 19th Sep 2018
does anyone know if this also has got reduced sugar? every time i pick up a drink these days i get shocked at how disgusting they all taste.
johnf00719/09/2018 21:02

Fizzy drinks should not be celebrated. 72 cans - flip me!!


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Rumana0319/09/2018 21:04

does anyone know if this also has got reduced sugar? every time i pick up …does anyone know if this also has got reduced sugar? every time i pick up a drink these days i get shocked at how disgusting they all taste.



You will be very lucky to find any cans of pop that do not contain artificial sweetener......It's almost been forced on everyone in the UK under the guise it will prevent type 2 diabetes...The reality is it wont make any difference to levels of type 2 as there were/are already plenty of no sugar cans of pop.
Try finding cans only sweetened by sugar & be shocked.
I wish I was living next to a Farmfoods or Heronfoods because these two are the cheapest prices ever. Ever ever, ever ever. Ever
SixtyFive19/09/2018 21:08

You will be very lucky to find any cans of pop that do not contain …You will be very lucky to find any cans of pop that do not contain artificial sweetener......It's almost been forced on everyone in the UK under the guise it will prevent type 2 diabetes...The reality is it wont make any difference to levels of type 2 as there were/are already plenty of no sugar cans of pop.Try finding cans only sweetened by sugar & be shocked.


i don't know why we all can't make our own decisions about how much sugar to have. it never used to be a problem before but now they have made it into a big thing. sweeteners are worse than having sugar
If you’re shopping in farm foods you’ve really hit rock bottom.
Rumana0319/09/2018 21:13

i don't know why we all can't make our own decisions about how much sugar …i don't know why we all can't make our own decisions about how much sugar to have. it never used to be a problem before but now they have made it into a big thing. sweeteners are worse than having sugar


Evidence on sweeteners being worse please?
These are about £10 in bookers cash and carry , has it the “NOT TO BE SOLD SEPARATELY” on them also the date code ? Thanks
ianjury27 m ago

These are about £10 in bookers cash and carry , has it the “NOT TO BE SOLD …These are about £10 in bookers cash and carry , has it the “NOT TO BE SOLD SEPARATELY” on them also the date code ? Thanks


It doesn't have the not to be sold separately on them. Some come in as price marked as well. All the cans have the date on the bottom.
Rumana0319/09/2018 21:04

does anyone know if this also has got reduced sugar? every time i pick up …does anyone know if this also has got reduced sugar? every time i pick up a drink these days i get shocked at how disgusting they all taste.


I only drink coke or Pepsi nowadays. Sugar is a natural sweetener. Aspartame, saccharine and asulphame k are artificial. I know what I think tastes better and what I would prefer to consume. The whole family avoids artificial sweeteners.
tjc200520/09/2018 03:26

Evidence on sweeteners being worse please?


Artificial v natural.
gordo196453 m ago

I only drink coke or Pepsi nowadays. Sugar is a natural sweetener. …I only drink coke or Pepsi nowadays. Sugar is a natural sweetener. Aspartame, saccharine and asulphame k are artificial. I know what I think tastes better and what I would prefer to consume. The whole family avoids artificial sweeteners.


However, the sugar in drinks is refined and processed, so very bad for you. The only natural sugars that are easily broken down by your body are in fruit, natural carbohydrates like potatoes and things like real maple syrup and natural honey. Anything that the earth provides without it being messed with. Drinks like coke are really bad. I agree with your comment about avoiding artificial sweeteners, but your still not quite right.
tjc200520/09/2018 09:07

Stevia


Stevia, although not artificial, is not entirely a natural sweetener either, it’s extracted and processed for mass consumption. Natural sweetness are literally things from the earth that you can just eat. Honey, maple syrup, fruit etc. They will be broken down very quickly in the body. I’m not saying that stevia is harmful, but it’s not natural, in as much as you don’t pick the leaves and use them directly.
coldpop20/09/2018 09:19

Stevia, although not artificial, is not entirely a natural sweetener …Stevia, although not artificial, is not entirely a natural sweetener either, it’s extracted and processed for mass consumption. Natural sweetness are literally things from the earth that you can just eat. Honey, maple syrup, fruit etc. They will be broken down very quickly in the body. I’m not saying that stevia is harmful, but it’s not natural, in as much as you don’t pick the leaves and use them directly.


I agree that ideally non processed sugars should be in products. Corn syrup I believe is less heathy than beet/cane sugar. Maybe they should just have reduced the size of the servings?
Hi Guys

Do they sell any other flavours like grape?

Thanks in advance
gordo19642 m ago

I agree that ideally non processed sugars should be in products. Corn …I agree that ideally non processed sugars should be in products. Corn syrup I believe is less heathy than beet/cane sugar. Maybe they should just have reduced the size of the servings?


Please avoid anything that is followed by the word syrup. Corn, fructose, glucose etc. It’s very bad. The only exception would be natural maple syrup.
nextofkim3 m ago

Hi GuysDo they sell any other flavours like grape?Thanks in advance


They do fruit twist and fanta zero. They also do Dr pepper zero, Pepsi max, diet Pepsi, fizzy vimto, vimto zero, tango, 7up free and lilt.
I don't give a toss about peoples opinions on sugar , artificial sweeter etc - comment on the deal

and what a great deal it is - 25p a can
can you buy cheaper - No
Edited by: "Janzbro" 20th Sep 2018
Janzbro20th Sep

I don't give a toss about peoples opinions on sugar , artificial sweeter …I don't give a toss about peoples opinions on sugar , artificial sweeter etc - comment on the dealand what a great deal it is - 25p a cancan you buy cheaper - No


So, why exactly is type 2 diabetes reaching epidemic levels?....................
yawn, peddle your opinions elsewhere - this is a forum for deals
Janzbro20th Sep

yawn, peddle your opinions elsewhere - this is a forum for deals


Opinions are not the same as facts. My comment is the latter. Enjoy your bargain pop.
I will thank you
Cold pop - that's ironic
Edited by: "Janzbro" 20th Sep 2018
Janzbro20th Sep

I will thank youCold pop - that's ironic


It’s actually from a YouTube video.
tjc200520th Sep 2018

Evidence on sweeteners being worse please?


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lard sandwich with sugar is the way forward - all natural
Fanta-stic
coldpop20/09/2018 09:19

Stevia, although not artificial, is not entirely a natural sweetener …Stevia, although not artificial, is not entirely a natural sweetener either, it’s extracted and processed for mass consumption. Natural sweetness are literally things from the earth that you can just eat. Honey, maple syrup, fruit etc. They will be broken down very quickly in the body. I’m not saying that stevia is harmful, but it’s not natural, in as much as you don’t pick the leaves and use them directly.


But the point was artificial, stevia is not.
gordo19647 h, 48 m ago

I agree that ideally non processed sugars should be in products. Corn …I agree that ideally non processed sugars should be in products. Corn syrup I believe is less heathy than beet/cane sugar. Maybe they should just have reduced the size of the servings?


You realise you sugar can be refined therefore processed... it's in plenty of your foods and drinks.
tjc200520/09/2018 17:13

But the point was artificial, stevia is not.


Cutting and pasting an article doesn’t make your point. You’ve obviously read my post, I have nothing else to say. One point I will make, the Americans have spent millions on testing aspartame, saccharine and phenylalanine with dubious results. No such funding has been done on stevia. It may be a zero calorie wonder sweetener, but it may have disastrous effects on our bodies with years of long term use. I certainly don’t know. Regardless of the sugar or sweetener, fizzy drinks are not healthy in any way, shape or form.
coldpop20/09/2018 17:18

Cutting and pasting an article doesn’t make your point. You’ve obviously re …Cutting and pasting an article doesn’t make your point. You’ve obviously read my post, I have nothing else to say. One point I will make, the Americans have spent millions on testing aspartame, saccharine and phenylalanine with dubious results. No such funding has been done on stevia. It may be a zero calorie wonder sweetener, but it may have disastrous effects on our bodies with years of long term use. I certainly don’t know. Regardless of the sugar or sweetener, fizzy drinks are not healthy in any way, shape or form.


You obviously didn't read mine, I didn't cut and paste anything.
tjc200518 m ago

You obviously didn't read mine, I didn't cut and paste anything.


Good point. That wasn’t you.
It's good but the fanta Limon they sell in Spain is 100x nicer
Don't forget to use the coupons that come through the door that will knock another 10% off it you hit the spending targets E.g. £2.50 off a £25 shop
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