72 Pack Weetabix at Iceland £3.99
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72 Pack Weetabix at Iceland £3.99

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Found 13th Jan 2015
72 pack found in Iceland

Strangely enough the 24 pack was also £3.99 in there

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Same price in Poundstretcher

good deal however is it just me or have these started to go down in quality.

Compared to asda or sainsburys versions i find the weetabix ones break up easy and are full of hard pieces, the other non branded ones are more compacted and without hard pieces in them.

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blackster

good deal however is it just me or have these started to go down in … good deal however is it just me or have these started to go down in quality.Compared to asda or sainsburys versions i find the weetabix ones break up easy and are full of hard pieces, the other non branded ones are more compacted and without hard pieces in them.

..... It's just you :-) lol

blackster

good deal however is it just me or have these started to go down in … good deal however is it just me or have these started to go down in quality.Compared to asda or sainsburys versions i find the weetabix ones break up easy and are full of hard pieces, the other non branded ones are more compacted and without hard pieces in them.



I don't find that there's any real difference between proper Weetabix and the supermarket versions. This is a great deal for the real mccoy however.

I like them I've only tried the lidl ones and hated them they turned into what looked like cardboard soaked in water, and had about as much taste as I'd expect from cardboard lol.
I'll try the asda ones if they're good was put off trying other brands after the horrible lidl ones.

Same in home bargains too

Asda and Tesco ones are nice. Asia are like 2.48 for 48. I reckon there the same supplier too as box and printing inside carton is similiar

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HARRIA01

Asda and Tesco ones are nice. Asia are like 2.48 for 48. I reckon there … Asda and Tesco ones are nice. Asia are like 2.48 for 48. I reckon there the same supplier too as box and printing inside carton is similiar

Weetabix & Corn flakes with hot milk... just saying.

blackster

good deal however is it just me or have these started to go down in … good deal however is it just me or have these started to go down in quality.Compared to asda or sainsburys versions i find the weetabix ones break up easy and are full of hard pieces, the other non branded ones are more compacted and without hard pieces in them.

Agree, there are hard lumps - yuk. Tesco's own are good.

Weetabix and Aldi Granola hot milk... Just saying too

Same in B&M as well if that's closer for people

Been this price in Heron Foods for a while... Great price wherever you can get hold of them

Prefer ASDAs to Weetabix, but still a very good deal.

same price in lidl NI

****, always kept my weetabix in the cupboard, not the freezer, is that why some experience hard lumps in them ;-)

Only said b"gger :-(

You can't beat proper Weetabix, those saying you can are trying to / have kidded yourselves because they're so much cheaper! because supermarkets own brands have come straight from recycling factory.

samuelsmith87

You can't beat proper Weetabix



I disagree. I have a cupboard full of Asda's wheat bisks, not the smartprice, and to my palate they taste exactly the same as weetabix. Note both brands have identical ingredients so I wouldn't be surprised if they were made in the same factory.

Another vote for Asda wheat bisks!

EMLK

I disagree. I have a cupboard full of Asda's wheat bisks, not the … I disagree. I have a cupboard full of Asda's wheat bisks, not the smartprice, and to my palate they taste exactly the same as weetabix. Note both brands have identical ingredients so I wouldn't be surprised if they were made in the same factory.


I've tried supermarket own brands. I'm not used to eating cardboard. there's a definite difference.

Hot milk with shredded wheat, c'mon winner 100%.

Nom Nom - Cardboard! ;-)

blackster

good deal however is it just me or have these started to go down in … good deal however is it just me or have these started to go down in quality.Compared to asda or sainsburys versions i find the weetabix ones break up easy and are full of hard pieces, the other non branded ones are more compacted and without hard pieces in them.



Agreed, I find supermarket versions nicer. My 4 year old wont eat his Weetabix unless its a supermarket version and he doesn't see the box to know the difference (_;)

.[/quote]I've tried supermarket own brands. I'm not used to eating cardboard. there's a definite difference.[/quote]

Supermarket own brands are made by Weetabix for them, the slight difference is that Weetabix price are much higher. Have you noticed that they are always on offer somewhere?

I'm biased,I don.t pay £££'s for something where the ingredients cost penny's and I live 100 metres from Weetabix's satellite factory in Ashton under Lyne

Try Sainsburys and Morrisons cheap brands. close your eyes have a taste and you wont notice any difference. another plus is there is no lumps :-)
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