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Bundaberg Pink Grapefruit 4 x 375ml Bottles - £1.00 @ Heron Foods (Darlington)
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Bundaberg Pink Grapefruit 4 x 375ml Bottles - £1.00 @ Heron Foods (Darlington)

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Posted 16th Feb

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3408024-6RUAL.jpgSpotted this on offer instore at my local Heron Foods - 4 x 375ml bottles of Bundaberg Pink Grapefruit for £1.00 (or 0.29p each if you just want to buy 1 - 3 bottles)

I haven't tried it myself so I can't vouch for how nice (or otherwise!) it tastes, but a decent deal for 4 bottles if you are a fan.

Not sure if this is available in other Heron Food branches, but chances are it may be so worth having a look if you are visting your local branch.

Best Before date is 13/03/2020

Hope this helps someone - enjoy!
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great deal but unfortunately I didnt see it in my local today
Edited by: "Big_Boy" 16th Feb
Poisoned with Stevia now.
mmm gin
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used to love the lemon and lime bitters but can't find it anywhere but ocado now.
If I find any tomorrow, I'm fighting whoever tries to grab them from the shelf. Will be loading up on these if I find them.
old_mikefield16/02/2020 21:17

Poisoned with Stevia now.


I thought you where saying you liked it in the dandelion and burdock deal... I might be wrong.
Hungryhorris16/02/2020 22:31

I thought you where saying you liked it in the dandelion and burdock …I thought you where saying you liked it in the dandelion and burdock deal... I might be wrong.



You are. Read again.
Which heron was this? Cockerton or Lascelles?
Do NOT take Viagra at the same time as this drink
Very rare to find anything resembling a bargain in the Mansfield store these days - I walked around yesterday and didn't see these drinks or indeed anything else worth buying - the good old days at Heron have gone I think...?
berisford16/02/2020 23:17

Very rare to find anything resembling a bargain in the Mansfield store …Very rare to find anything resembling a bargain in the Mansfield store these days - I walked around yesterday and didn't see these drinks or indeed anything else worth buying - the good old days at Heron have gone I think...?


Maybe try a different local branch? There might just be a lot of people going in to that store and wiping the shelves of all the bargains? In some
Small shops staff cherrypick all the bargains for family etc. I know when my x girlfriend worked in retail she would put everything away for me so I guess it happens with other retailers.


old_mikefield16/02/2020 22:41

You are. Read again.


Touchy much?
old_mikefield17/02/2020 00:02

Yup. Lack of sugar.


Sugars going the way of the dinosaurs, vikings and combustion engines. You just have to have 2 now instead.
Hungryhorris17/02/2020 00:26

Sugars going the way of the dinosaurs, vikings and combustion engines. You …Sugars going the way of the dinosaurs, vikings and combustion engines. You just have to have 2 now instead.



2... what? Drinks of undrinkable crap? No ta.
old_mikefield17/02/2020 00:43

2... what? Drinks of undrinkable crap? No ta.


It’s not undrinkable though...
Hungryhorris17/02/2020 01:45

It’s not undrinkable though...


Almost. At least if you have some semblance of taste remaining.
Why even comment on fizzy drink deals if you dislike them so much?
Hungryhorris17/02/2020 01:50

Why even comment on fizzy drink deals if you dislike them so much?



Point missed. Bundaberg USED to taste decent, before the sugar levy. As did: San Pellegrino, Irn-Bru etc.

Despite artificial sweetener apologists like you, there are still many, many people who cannot stand them.
old_mikefield16/02/2020 21:17

Poisoned with Stevia now.


It’s sad I’ve written to them about the Root Beer having it I think they will end up changing it back as sales have dropped! All there drinks taste so bad now.
old_mikefield17/02/2020 01:55

Point missed. Bundaberg USED to taste decent, before the sugar levy. As …Point missed. Bundaberg USED to taste decent, before the sugar levy. As did: San Pellegrino, Irn-Bru etc. Despite artificial sweetener apologists like you, there are still many, many people who cannot stand them.


The whole of Scotland pretty much hated the new Irn Bru so they brought back the old recipe.
This will be your final opportunity to buy the flavoured Bundaberg drinks in the UK. AG Barr (of Irn Bru and Orangina fame) have the import rights to the range and they've decided that they will only be bring in the ginger beer and root beer varieties going forward. My understanding is that they have no stick of the others left at Central warehouse, so whatever is out in the market is all you will get now.
old_mikefield17/02/2020 01:55

Point missed. Bundaberg USED to taste decent, before the sugar levy. As …Point missed. Bundaberg USED to taste decent, before the sugar levy. As did: San Pellegrino, Irn-Bru etc. Despite artificial sweetener apologists like you, there are still many, many people who cannot stand them.


Point missed... this is our only option, so instead of commenting on hotukdeals how bad it is, why not make a petition, put the effort in that way, who knows you might actually do something about it, instead of commenting the same things on every pop deal???
negativec17/02/2020 07:39

The whole of Scotland pretty much hated the new Irn Bru so they brought …The whole of Scotland pretty much hated the new Irn Bru so they brought back the old recipe.


No. They didnt.
Hungryhorris17/02/2020 08:31

Point missed... this is our only option, so instead of commenting on …Point missed... this is our only option, so instead of commenting on hotukdeals how bad it is, why not make a petition, put the effort in that way, who knows you might actually do something about it, instead of commenting the same things on every pop deal???


Because it's easier than being Pro active...
Moaning that is
dadazza17/02/2020 13:37

Because it's easier than being Pro active...Moaning that is


I know it’s a little boring though... he could just go to the American candy store and pay £2.5 a can if he wants the good stuff that much.
berisford16/02/2020 23:17

Very rare to find anything resembling a bargain in the Mansfield store …Very rare to find anything resembling a bargain in the Mansfield store these days - I walked around yesterday and didn't see these drinks or indeed anything else worth buying - the good old days at Heron have gone I think...?


At yours maybe
old_mikefield16/02/2020 21:17

Poisoned with Stevia now.


What's wrong with stevia, you could be stuck getting fat, getting rotten teeth and paying a higher price due to sugar, or just use a far superior substitute and be better off all around
negativec17/02/2020 07:39

The whole of Scotland pretty much hated the new Irn Bru so they brought …The whole of Scotland pretty much hated the new Irn Bru so they brought back the old recipe.


Nope its still trash, same.as it's been since sugar tax they did bring out some old fashioned version in gkass bottles but its super overpriced (way more than sugar tax will add to the price)
Edited by: "Norseg" 17th Feb
Hungryhorris16/02/2020 23:53

Maybe try a different local branch? There might just be a lot of people …Maybe try a different local branch? There might just be a lot of people going in to that store and wiping the shelves of all the bargains? In someSmall shops staff cherrypick all the bargains for family etc. I know when my x girlfriend worked in retail she would put everything away for me so I guess it happens with other retailers. Touchy much?


You know why this is so cheap? Because nobody is paying full price
Im probably to try at this price but not full price and probably wont like it since there is a reason they dropped so much in value
Edited by: "Norseg" 17th Feb
Hungryhorris17/02/2020 14:06

I know it’s a little boring though... he could just go to the American c …I know it’s a little boring though... he could just go to the American candy store and pay £2.5 a can if he wants the good stuff that much.


Ah, the American candy store that sells Australian soft drinks. If you're trying to be clever, please do some research first. There's a good boy.

dadazza17/02/2020 13:37

Because it's easier than being Pro active...Moaning that is


Oh, I am. Emails and more.
Thing is, you'll always have the perennially misinformed (like the chap above who asserts that they've brought "old" Irn-Bru back (clue: they haven't)) who either don't know at all, or haven't taken the time to look into this absolute racket.

Does anyone on here genuinely believe that these drinks have been revised for the food of our health? Perhaps, instead, it's the fact that sweeteners cost around a tenth of the equivalent sugar amount. Health isn't even taken into it.

No tinfoil hat for me, I just cannot abide the taste.
Hungryhorris17/02/2020 14:06

I know it’s a little boring though... he could just go to the American c …I know it’s a little boring though... he could just go to the American candy store and pay £2.5 a can if he wants the good stuff that much.


Why do we have to?
Most people want the real version,shouldnt have to pay an arm and a leg for a can of full sugar Irn Bru when the tax would have added a couple pennies
People are willing to pay an arm and leg though
If you want "healthier" pop try water or diet/zero
Irn Bru for.example had Diet and Zero than they made original a zero

Nobody buys it anymore lol
Edited by: "Norseg" 17th Feb
old_mikefield17/02/2020 19:34

Ah, the American candy store that sells Australian soft drinks. If you're …Ah, the American candy store that sells Australian soft drinks. If you're trying to be clever, please do some research first. There's a good boy.Oh, I am. Emails and more. Thing is, you'll always have the perennially misinformed (like the chap above who asserts that they've brought "old" Irn-Bru back (clue: they haven't)) who either don't know at all, or haven't taken the time to look into this absolute racket.Does anyone on here genuinely believe that these drinks have been revised for the food of our health? Perhaps, instead, it's the fact that sweeteners cost around a tenth of the equivalent sugar amount. Health isn't even taken into it. No tinfoil hat for me, I just cannot abide the taste.


I didn’t say they sold American drinks? I don’t know what country of origin their drinks come from.
Norseg17/02/2020 19:39

Why do we have to?Most people want the real version,shouldnt have to pay …Why do we have to?Most people want the real version,shouldnt have to pay an arm and a leg for a can of full sugar Irn Bru when the tax would have added a couple penniesPeople are willing to pay an arm and leg thoughIf you want "healthier" pop try water or diet/zeroIrn Bru for.example had Diet and Zero than they made original a zeroNobody buys it anymore lol


Healthier pop try water? . Depending on where you are in the country and how you source your water, that’s another discussion.
Hungryhorris17/02/2020 23:22

I didn’t say they sold American drinks? I don’t know what country of ori …I didn’t say they sold American drinks? I don’t know what country of origin their drinks come from. Healthier pop try water? . Depending on where you are in the country and how you source your water, that’s another discussion.


I would suggest that it's natural to assume that you'd be referring to the drink featured in the thread, which is Australian in origin.
old_mikefield17/02/2020 23:34

I would suggest that it's natural to assume that you'd be referring to the …I would suggest that it's natural to assume that you'd be referring to the drink featured in the thread, which is Australian in origin.


No, I was referring to the fact that if you wanted pop that would give you a full sugar hit from a drink, get yourself down to said shop and pay the prices that they ask. You would probably have a huge selection to choose from aswell.
negativec22/02/2020 22:38

Yes they did.



Proof, please.

Also: be very careful with this. I am asking you to prove what you said:

"The whole of Scotland pretty much hated the new Irn Bru so they brought back the old recipe."

The first part (the hating part), I agree with.
The second part is the issue here. "they brought back the old recipe".

My (corrrect) position is that they (A.G.Barr) didn't bring back the "old" recipe, as:
1) If you're referring to "1901", it's an approximation of what Barr thinks they were selling at the turn of the last century.
2) 1901 is a limited edition, and you haven't provided enough context as to what "brought back" means as it pertains to your statement.

I hope I'm wrong, and you actually mean that "real" Irn-Bru (and by that, I mean circa 2018 aspartame-free Irn-Bru) has be re-introduced to the market.
I suspect, however, that you're either massively misinformed, or simply trolling.

Again, please, provide proof.

I guarantee that you won't be able to, or indeed, will ignore this post.
Edited by: "old_mikefield" 23rd Feb
old_mikefield23/02/2020 00:36

Proof, please.Also: be very careful with this. I am asking you to prove …Proof, please.Also: be very careful with this. I am asking you to prove what you said:"The whole of Scotland pretty much hated the new Irn Bru so they brought back the old recipe."The first part (the hating part), I agree with.The second part is the issue here. "they brought back the old recipe".My (corrrect) position is that they (A.G.Barr) didn't bring back the "old" recipe, as:1) If you're referring to "1901", it's an approximation of what Barr thinks they were selling at the turn of the last century.2) 1901 is a limited edition, and you haven't provided enough context as to what "brought back" means as it pertains to your statement.I hope I'm wrong, and you actually mean that "real" Irn-Bru (and by that, I mean circa 2018 aspartame-free Irn-Bru) has be re-introduced to the market. I suspect, however, that you're either massively misinformed, or simply trolling. Again, please, provide proof. I guarantee that you won't be able to, or indeed, will ignore this post.


You are wrong I will not ignore this post......... snore.
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