Amazon Whitworths Shots Tropical Coconut 25g (Pack of 16)  £4.03 delivered on S&S (or less if 5+ items see OP)
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Amazon Whitworths Shots Tropical Coconut 25g (Pack of 16) £4.03 delivered on S&S (or less if 5+ items see OP)

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Found 16th Jan
Not quite the dizzy lows of 10p from Home Bargains (credit to alihaines11 for that superb deal), but if you don't have a HB close this is pretty good and cheap compared to the other flavours.
Works out at £4.03 delivered on S&S (25p a shot) if you have 1-4 items on S&S; or £3.60 (23p a shot) if you have 5+.

Tbh perhaps most useful as an extra item to get you over your 5+ subs if you have more expensive items to save money on; by adding this this month and going from the 5% discount to 15% on all subscriptions as this takes me over the 5 item number, I save an extra £6 or so from subs (including things like bulk cat food which is pricey even at Amazon's deals!).
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34.7 grams sugar per 100 grams. 10 grams saturated fat per 100 grams. Eat in moderation unless you want to be sick.
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sam_of_london32 m ago

34.7 grams sugar per 100 grams. 10 grams saturated fat per 100 grams. Eat …34.7 grams sugar per 100 grams. 10 grams saturated fat per 100 grams. Eat in moderation unless you want to be sick.


I imagine this is part of the reason they're sold in 25g sachets...?
sam_of_london39 m ago

34.7 grams sugar per 100 grams. 10 grams saturated fat per 100 grams. Eat …34.7 grams sugar per 100 grams. 10 grams saturated fat per 100 grams. Eat in moderation unless you want to be sick.


All natural ingredients though so still healthy
phillyboy49 m ago

All natural ingredients though so still healthy


Wish that was true . Unfortunately not . Otherwise so many people in in this country not sick with Diabetes, Alzheimer's , tooth decay , depression , obesity etc . because sugar is very cheap in UK so most processed manufacturers here use it as filler not caring about health. At least in this product they have not hidden it like Coca Cola and most other soft drinks , juice and spirits etc. which are not required by law to list quantity of sugar.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 17th Jan
sam_of_london23 m ago

Wish that was true . Unfortunately not . Otherwise so many people in in …Wish that was true . Unfortunately not . Otherwise so many people in in this country not sick with Diabetes, Alzheimer's , tooth decay , depression , obesity etc . because sugar is very cheap in UK so most processed manufacturers here use it as filler not caring about health. At least in this product they have not hidden it like Coca Cola and most other soft drinks , juice and spirits etc. which are not required by law to list quantity of sugar.


The only sugar is natural sugar from the fruit, doesn't look like any has been added
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sam_of_london29 m ago

Wish that was true . Unfortunately not . Otherwise so many people in in …Wish that was true . Unfortunately not . Otherwise so many people in in this country not sick with Diabetes, Alzheimer's , tooth decay , depression , obesity etc . because sugar is very cheap in UK so most processed manufacturers here use it as filler not caring about health. At least in this product they have not hidden it like Coca Cola and most other soft drinks , juice and spirits etc. which are not required by law to list quantity of sugar.


What are you talking about? Who is hiding sugar?
Coca Cola lists sugar as its 2nd ingredient after carbonated water, and the nutritional info shows there is 35g of sugar per 330ml can.
This particular Whitworths product (aside from the fact it's in gastly disposable plastic) is a pretty decent snack.
The 10.8g sugar is from the fruit, and the 5g fat is from the nuts; as long as it's part of a balanced diet it's a perfect portion size.
Some of the other Whitworths snacks are not quite as good, but this one seems pretty decent.
My only concern would be the preservative used; sulphur dioxide.... Which can be problematic for some people with sensitivities such as asthma.
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sam_of_london5 h, 7 m ago

Wish that was true . Unfortunately not . Otherwise so many people in in …Wish that was true . Unfortunately not . Otherwise so many people in in this country not sick with Diabetes, Alzheimer's , tooth decay , depression , obesity etc . because sugar is very cheap in UK so most processed manufacturers here use it as filler not caring about health. At least in this product they have not hidden it like Coca Cola and most other soft drinks , juice and spirits etc. which are not required by law to list quantity of sugar.


Tbh I'm surprised you can even see these tiny packets from up there on your high horse.
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