Ben & Jerry's Chocolate Fudge Brownie Ice Cream Catering Tub - 4.5L £4.99 @ Fultons
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Ben & Jerry's Chocolate Fudge Brownie Ice Cream Catering Tub - 4.5L £4.99 @ Fultons

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Found 16th Sep 2014
Massive catering tub of Ben & Jerry's Chocolate Fudge Brownie ice cream.

Probably enough to last through a full movie...

(It might be frozen yoghurt, but I cannot confirm this, as I didn't buy one, but the shop sign states Ice Cream)

- Went in today and the ingredients state 8% yoghurt.

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Original Poster

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It's the low fat version, it's been delisted by Ben & Jerrys and replaced with the Greek Style ones.
That's why it's being sold off - grab it while you can.
No Fulton's near me.

Saw this Sunday, its one large tub!!!!

HEAT!

cold HA HA HA did you see what i did there HA HA HA

dazza1011

cold HA HA HA did you see what i did there HA HA HA



No, what did you do?

"Frozen Dessert"? Isn't that the frozen yoghurt one and not the proper ice-cream version? Either way it's a lot of dessert for the money.

JollyEngland

No, what did you do?


i dun a joke about cold ice cream HA HA HA HA

dazza1011

i dun a joke about cold ice cream HA HA HA HA



Ah, good on ya mate! Good to see that you find your jokes funny

i want one!

Hey OP, which Fultons was this?

Original Poster

HereKittyKitty

Hey OP, which Fultons was this?



Hull, Holderness Road

bizarre

Hull-Tommo

Hull, Holderness Road


Brilliant! That's my local!

Banned

if you can find it and have kids, buy a few

and get a fold up table some cups a freeze bag ice cream spoon and ice, and sell it in the neighbourhood for 30p or so for 50 - 100ml (£13.50 gross from one tub based on 100ml at 30p), easy to make your money back and label the rest as free (if you didnt have to buy the other items bar throw away cups and the ice since most people have the rest at home, and teachs kids about profiting, no idea about the laws on this kind of street selling tho)

and ofc only if you know you have a nice neighbourhood or are watching / out there with them

hot ofc

Edited by: "chrisking66" 16th Sep 2014

Holy.
Mother.
Of.
God.

Considering how visual food can be, how many will buy this and say it doesn't taste the same? How many would even know it's B&J without the label on it? How many would say supermarket own brands taste better if somebody just stuck an B&J logo on it?

Not the kind of thing you want to stumble upon when you're on a diet.

Cold...it's not ice cream.

Any body know if there are any stores in or near Bristol please?

Original Poster

ludwig352

Cold...it's not ice cream.



Whether it's ice cream, dessert or frozen yoghurt, I bet you haven't seen it cheaper than £4.99 in this size.....

A1M

Considering how visual food can be, how many will buy this and say it … Considering how visual food can be, how many will buy this and say it doesn't taste the same? How many would even know it's B&J without the label on it? How many would say supermarket own brands taste better if somebody just stuck an B&J logo on it?



BJ? Dirty boy

Incredible price.....500ml is two quid at best and you are getting 9 x that amount

Banned

greyhound11

Incredible price.....500ml is two quid at best and you are getting 9 x … Incredible price.....500ml is two quid at best and you are getting 9 x that amount



ya its a very good price, out of boredom i looked and the first wholesaler i found is 2x4.5lt for £50 500% as more than the cost of this deal

(or this way only 2.7 for the normal 500ml witch is still not a bad price if you never get them on special when the retail is £4, not posting since its not worth it *since there like £2/£3 all the time on offer some where between the main 4 supermarkets* but just saying)

and just to put up since someone else made the point of branded vs non brand the wholesale cost for 9lt was £12 sameish flavours (again first wholesaler i found some both probably cheaper with more looking, something i dont care to do)

Edited by: "chrisking66" 16th Sep 2014

chrisking66

if you can find it and have kids, buy a few and get a fold up table some … if you can find it and have kids, buy a few and get a fold up table some cups a freeze bag ice cream spoon and ice, and sell it in the neighbourhood for 30p or so for 50 - 100ml (£13.50 gross from one tub based on 100ml at 30p), easy to make your money back and label the rest as free (if you didnt have to buy the other items bar throw away cups and the ice since most people have the rest at home, and teachs kids about profiting, no idea about the laws on this kind of street selling tho) and ofc only if you know you have a nice neighbourhood or are watching / out there with them hot ofc



easy on dragons den

Heat

Hull-Tommo

Whether it's ice cream, dessert or frozen yoghurt, I bet you haven't seen … Whether it's ice cream, dessert or frozen yoghurt, I bet you haven't seen it cheaper than £4.99 in this size.....



I haven't, but your deal says Ben & Jerry's ice cream, 4.5L for £4.99, and on that basis, your deal fails.

Banned

ludwig352

I haven't, but your deal says Ben & Jerry's ice cream, 4.5L for £4.99, … I haven't, but your deal says Ben & Jerry's ice cream, 4.5L for £4.99, and on that basis, your deal fails.



thats just a bit picky lol, and to beat it for IceCream, tho non ben and jerrys, tescos litres are £5 for 3, get 36 of them for £60 and use a first shop for £15 off thoe still dont beat it getting £5.60 for 4.5 litre, unless you sell a few to someone else at full price, or add a few items for price match you know will give you the discount in money back, ***or not that deal for 3 for £5 ended today anyways***

but anyways lol, im just bored so can stay
Edited by: "chrisking66" 16th Sep 2014

I prefer the frozen yogurt!

A1M

Considering how visual food can be, how many will buy this and say it … Considering how visual food can be, how many will buy this and say it doesn't taste the same? How many would even know it's B&J without the label on it? How many would say supermarket own brands taste better if somebody just stuck an B&J logo on it?


None, none and none

Original Poster

ludwig352

I haven't, but your deal says Ben & Jerry's ice cream, 4.5L for £4.99, … I haven't, but your deal says Ben & Jerry's ice cream, 4.5L for £4.99, and on that basis, your deal fails.



Read the sign in Fultons, they list it as ice cream... But be childish, picky, pedantic, if that's your bag... oO

By the way, if it failed, it'd be cold by now...

chrisking66

if you can find it and have kids, buy a few and get a fold up table some … if you can find it and have kids, buy a few and get a fold up table some cups a freeze bag ice cream spoon and ice, and sell it in the neighbourhood for 30p or so for 50 - 100ml (£13.50 gross from one tub based on 100ml at 30p), easy to make your money back and label the rest as free (if you didnt have to buy the other items bar throw away cups and the ice since most people have the rest at home, and teachs kids about profiting, no idea about the laws on this kind of street selling tho) and ofc only if you know you have a nice neighbourhood or are watching / out there with them hot ofc



Maybe it's just me with my weird morals etc (not being flippant, most would view many of my beliefs as weird!), but is teaching children how to profit from others really such a great thing?

Of course I'm not saying people should never profit, otherwise most stuff we use today wouldn't exist, it just doesn't strike me as being a particularly decent life lesson.

Hull-Tommo

Read the sign in Fultons, they list it as ice cream... But be childish, … Read the sign in Fultons, they list it as ice cream... But be childish, picky, pedantic, if that's your bag... oOBy the way, if it failed, it'd be cold by now...



I just prefer to deal with facts. But good luck with your "deal".

OMG The Bitching On Here Is Hilarious!!

Original Poster

ludwig352

I just prefer to deal with facts. But good luck with your "deal".



Well instead of acting irrationally, maybe just suggest a change in the title or description ? Your one and only intention seemed to be to spoil my score, rather than help.

Sounds amazing.

Now what on earth is Fultons?

Original Poster

Downfall

Sounds amazing.Now what on earth is Fultons?



From their website... "With over 100 stores in the North, located from Hull to
Lancashire and from Teeside to Nottingham".

It's a bit like Heron Foods, but not as good. Mainly frozen goods, but has sections of chilled and shelf goods.

nearest store 121miles.. F that

Si1

Any body know if there are any stores in or near Bristol please?



Certainly, your nearest two stores are 150 miles each way to Nottingham or Long Eaton - take your pick.
Think by the time you factor in fuel and the fact it would be a box of milk shake by the time you get home it's not worth the saving

Good deal though, if you have a store nearby

phew.... got mine yesterday, ate it all last night, hope it does not show

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HMOG ^
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