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Bonne Maman conserve £1.70 from 12/02 @Sainsbury's
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Bonne Maman conserve £1.70 from 12/02 @Sainsbury's

£1.70£2.6035%Sainsbury's Deals
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Posted 9th Feb

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Flavours reduced:
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It shows as £2.60 for me, how did you get those prices?
banjomike09/02/2020 16:01

It shows as £2.60 for me, how did you get those prices?


Book a delivery slot from Wednesday and the prices update
The ops post doesnt start til 12th feb
Technoman209/02/2020 16:10

The ops post doesnt start til 12th feb


Obviously. I was just wondering how to get a price list from the future. Now I know.
These are nice but I prefer St Dalfour which have no added sugar and a higher fruit content.
bozo00709/02/2020 16:42

These are nice but I prefer St Dalfour which have no added sugar and a …These are nice but I prefer St Dalfour which have no added sugar and a higher fruit content.


Me too, but I only buy that when it’s on offer as well.
It's never the blueberry one on offer
I opted for the Crosta & Mollica Fig Conserve, also reduced. 65g of fruit per 100g. As good as it gets. Scrumptious.
banjomike09/02/2020 16:01

It shows as £2.60 for me, how did you get those prices?


It says from 12/02
johnnyd57uk09/02/2020 17:43

I opted for the Crosta & Mollica Fig Conserve, also reduced. 65g of fruit …I opted for the Crosta & Mollica Fig Conserve, also reduced. 65g of fruit per 100g. As good as it gets. Scrumptious.


If you love munching dead insects I suppose it’s great 😏
bozo00709/02/2020 16:42

These are nice but I prefer St Dalfour which have no added sugar and a …These are nice but I prefer St Dalfour which have no added sugar and a higher fruit content.


Still the same total sugar content though.
CNCboss09/02/2020 20:33

Still the same total sugar content though.


Natural, rather than white sugar.
This is nice but the streamline less sugar is delish!
frozenreyn09/02/2020 18:00

If you love munching dead insects I suppose it’s great 😏


A few fig wasps wont hurt you lol. It will be the same for all jams and foodstuff. A certain amount of poop and animal particles is allowed in just about everything we eat.

"Peanut butter is one of the most controlled foods in the FDA list; an average of one or more rodent hairs and 30 (or so) insect fragments are allowed for every 100 grams, which is 3.5 ounces".

Further reading "telegraph.co.uk/foo…tml"
bozo00710/02/2020 08:23

Natural, rather than white sugar.


I'm aware of that, but putting "no added sugar" on something doesnt make it healthy (or healthier).
You may as well put "100% natural, no added sugar" on a jar of honey and sell it as a health food.
I'd rather spend my hard earned on the Aldi version less than £0.90
I'm a total foodie and a bit of a food snob to be honest. I love Bonne Marman strawberry jam and also the wild strawberry one. But my mum fed me Aldi's strawberry jam and it is just as good, if not even better because there's just a hint more fruity flavour to it. It's the same ruby red and the same spreadability but tastes, to my mind, just a bit more of strawberry and I think it's cheaper.
bozo00710/02/2020 08:23

Natural, rather than white sugar.


fructose (found naturally in fruit) has the sweetest taste of the simple sugars but least impact on your blood sugar. A scientific paper to back your claim

ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc…80/
CNCboss10/02/2020 10:32

... and sell it as a health food.


They do. Besides, fructose is better for you than sucrose. I was ready to comment "lol what's the difference it's still sugar" but I took a couple of minutes to research it and you and me have to put our hands up because we're wrong. Not to worry, people have been wrong on the Internet before, I'm sure they have.
Edited by: "satyris" 10th Feb
satyris10/02/2020 17:59

They do. Besides, fructose is better for you than sucrose. I was ready to …They do. Besides, fructose is better for you than sucrose. I was ready to comment "lol what's the difference it's still sugar" but I took a couple of minutes to research it and you and me have to put our hands up because we're wrong. Not to worry, people have been wrong on the Internet before, I'm sure they have.


I'm putting my hands up to nothing.

To say fructose is "better" for you than sucrose or glucose is a fallacy. Less bad might be more accurate.
It's a more complex sugar and, because it's found in fruit/plants, it's typically accompanied by othe nutrients and fibre.

It is correct to say it's "better" for those with diabetes because its processed differently in the body. But if you're watching calories, all sugar is bad.
Great price Thanks, get some heat to melt the butter for the jam...
CNCboss10/02/2020 18:14

I'm putting my hands up to nothing.To say fructose is "better" for you …I'm putting my hands up to nothing.To say fructose is "better" for you than sucrose or glucose is a fallacy. Less bad might be more accurate. It's a more complex sugar and, because it's found in fruit/plants, it's typically accompanied by othe nutrients and fibre.It is correct to say it's "better" for those with diabetes because its processed differently in the body. But if you're watching calories, all sugar is bad.



Sucrose is the more complex disaccharide made up of one molecule of fructose and one molecule of glucose. Fructose does not trigger an insulin response the way glucose (and consequently sucrose) does. There is a delayed response as the fructose is broken down by the liver into glucose at a more even rate. So yes, you're absolutely right it's less bad for you!
johnnyd57uk09/02/2020 17:43

I opted for the Crosta & Mollica Fig Conserve, also reduced. 65g of fruit …I opted for the Crosta & Mollica Fig Conserve, also reduced. 65g of fruit per 100g. As good as it gets. Scrumptious.


That’ll be like liquid Pickfords......guaranteed to shift anything.
Edited by: "cleanrug" 10th Feb
cleanrug10/02/2020 18:40

That’ll be like liquid Pickfords......guaranteed to shift anything.


You might have to consume the whole jar rodent hairs and animal particles the lot lmao. But seriously its clear people love their jams. I like Bonne Maman and St Dalfour but I also found a Polish Plum Jam in Asda which was almost 100% fruit. The more fruit the better in my opinion. Havnt tried the Aldi conserves which I have to try now.
Technoman209/02/2020 16:05

I prefer the lidl conserve. Even better when on offer at half …I prefer the lidl conserve. Even better when on offer at half price.https://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/lidl-price-comparison/Jam_And_Spreads/Maribel_Strawberry_Conserve_with_50_Fruit_450g.html?TrackingCode=AQAAAAE.H0alQQERjUSpIUPuucou6A


I get the 28p loss leader stuff,my LIDL don't even sell it
Sainsburys Taste the Difference Jam conserves now reduced to £1.25. Up to 65g per 100g of dependent on the jam. Opted for Hedgerow Fruits this time.
johnnyd57uk10/02/2020 22:18

But seriously its clear people love their jams.


Do what you will to the rest of society but heaven help you if you mess with our preserves! Try the Aldi Bonne Marman clone (it's not 65p obviously) and you will love it!
Edited by: "satyris" 11th Feb
satyris11/02/2020 17:53

Do what you will to the rest of society but heaven help you if you mess …Do what you will to the rest of society but heaven help you if you mess with our preserves! Try the Aldi Bonne Marman clone (it's not 65p obviously) and you will love it!


Awesome thanks
These are £1.50 in Tesco. I saw them today.
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