Cadbury Heroes Tin 1kg £6 (from 11th December) @ Tesco
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Cadbury Heroes Tin 1kg £6 (from 11th December) @ Tesco

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Not really a deal for me. Tesco are selling 750g for 4.00, so why not pay 8.00 and get 1.5 kilos?? Just 2.00 more than this deal for an extra half kilo of
'Quality Street' is Nestle....I boycott all Nestle products because of their promotion of baby milk formula to developing countries where there is often no access to clean water. Baby falls ill, often baby dies. See babymilkaction.org/nes…ree
The organisation make no money so I guess it is still ongoing & deemed to be unethical practice.
HAPPY 2018 TO ALL!
Cadburys chocolate died when Kraft bought them out, horrible, sweet & sickly Devil spawn!
Mikizad52 m ago

'Quality Street' is Nestle....I boycott all Nestle products because of …'Quality Street' is Nestle....I boycott all Nestle products because of their promotion of baby milk formula to developing countries where there is often no access to clean water. Baby falls ill, often baby dies. See http://www.babymilkaction.org/nestlefreeThe organisation make no money so I guess it is still ongoing & deemed to be unethical practice.HAPPY 2018 TO ALL!


So, because this group believes that milk formula is not as good as milk from the mother, it urges people to boycott them?? How ridiculous is that?? There are many reasons a mother may not be able to provide natural milk. Just another group dictating to women on what they HAVE to do...
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This product is only available for delivery between 06/11/2017 and 23/12/2017.
The bigger steel tin Quality Street as well!
Sweet.
Not really a deal for me. Tesco are selling 750g for 4.00, so why not pay 8.00 and get 1.5 kilos?? Just 2.00 more than this deal for an extra half kilo of
1kg of Celebrations please.
worth for the money sweet.
Do think its the dentists that are posting all the sweet deals?....
Heroes only come in 660gm not 750gm (Quality Street)
So you get a whole extra 10gm when you buy 1kg plus a metal tin
These are the "Help for Heroes" charity tins....iirc they give 65p for each one sold.....ok at £6,were £8 last week.Tin is quite nice,looks like a military drum.
Edited by: "BattleBeast1" 10th Dec 2017
Is the tin included in the weight ?
cruncher755 m ago

Is the tin included in the weight ?


Yes, for sure!
Cadburys.... are scum
Cadburys chocolate died when Kraft bought them out, horrible, sweet & sickly Devil spawn!
peterborough1233 h, 6 m ago

Not really a deal for me. Tesco are selling 750g for 4.00, so why not pay …Not really a deal for me. Tesco are selling 750g for 4.00, so why not pay 8.00 and get 1.5 kilos?? Just 2.00 more than this deal for an extra half kilo of


Because we'll all die of diabetes?
Hubby would love that
'Quality Street' is Nestle....I boycott all Nestle products because of their promotion of baby milk formula to developing countries where there is often no access to clean water. Baby falls ill, often baby dies. See babymilkaction.org/nes…ree
The organisation make no money so I guess it is still ongoing & deemed to be unethical practice.
HAPPY 2018 TO ALL!
Mikizad52 m ago

'Quality Street' is Nestle....I boycott all Nestle products because of …'Quality Street' is Nestle....I boycott all Nestle products because of their promotion of baby milk formula to developing countries where there is often no access to clean water. Baby falls ill, often baby dies. See http://www.babymilkaction.org/nestlefreeThe organisation make no money so I guess it is still ongoing & deemed to be unethical practice.HAPPY 2018 TO ALL!


So, because this group believes that milk formula is not as good as milk from the mother, it urges people to boycott them?? How ridiculous is that?? There are many reasons a mother may not be able to provide natural milk. Just another group dictating to women on what they HAVE to do...
What kind of monster chooses Celebrations over Heroes?
peterborough12334 m ago

So, because this group believes that milk formula is not as good as milk …So, because this group believes that milk formula is not as good as milk from the mother, it urges people to boycott them?? How ridiculous is that?? There are many reasons a mother may not be able to provide natural milk. Just another group dictating to women on what they HAVE to do...


No-one says "women" HAVE to use the formula. But Nestle PROMOTE it in areas where the benefits of natural human-milk may not be fully understood, and where the alternative artificially-created powered-added-to-non-sterile water substitute creates sickness and unnecessary death.
simate4 h, 2 m ago

Cadburys chocolate died when Kraft bought them out, horrible, sweet & …Cadburys chocolate died when Kraft bought them out, horrible, sweet & sickly Devil spawn!


Tastes exactly the same.

Its just a psychological thing, the fact the company we all have known since we were little, has been taken over, makes us think that it doesn't taste as nice.

When in fact, the taste has not changed at all, it is all in our minds
Edited by: "BigPro" 10th Dec 2017
supersue2 h, 4 m ago

No-one says "women" HAVE to use the formula. But Nestle PROMOTE it in …No-one says "women" HAVE to use the formula. But Nestle PROMOTE it in areas where the benefits of natural human-milk may not be fully understood, and where the alternative artificially-created powered-added-to-non-sterile water substitute creates sickness and unnecessary death.


I concur with this statement. Nestle employ bad practices in the third world - one should do their research to understand. As do other companies like GAP. Sometimes I purchase Nestle products without knowing because they have such a big product market, so although I try to refrain from buying Nestle, it doesn't always happen unfortunately.
Frankla7 h, 33 m ago

1kg of Celebrations please.


Mate the only decent ones in a tub of celebrations is the purple triangles.

Edited (That might be roses actually) #Notachocaholic!
Edited by: "X-Ray" 10th Dec 2017
Mikizad4 h, 38 m ago

'Quality Street' is Nestle....I boycott all Nestle products because of …'Quality Street' is Nestle....I boycott all Nestle products because of their promotion of baby milk formula to developing countries where there is often no access to clean water. Baby falls ill, often baby dies. See http://www.babymilkaction.org/nestlefreeThe organisation make no money so I guess it is still ongoing & deemed to be unethical practice.HAPPY 2018 TO ALL!


Wow ain't you a bag of joy at Christmas.Dont buy and contribute to our wounded soldiers great idea that Or support 3rd world countries to continue over populating the planet due to poor contraception.
X-Ray9 m ago

Mate the only decent ones in a tub of celebrations is the purple …Mate the only decent ones in a tub of celebrations is the purple triangles.Edited (That might be roses actually) #Notachocaholic!

You're thinking of Quality Street, I think. Everyone knows Roses and Heroes are superior to Celebrations and Quality Street.
Mikizad5 h, 12 m ago

'Quality Street' is Nestle....I boycott all Nestle products because of …'Quality Street' is Nestle....I boycott all Nestle products because of their promotion of baby milk formula to developing countries where there is often no access to clean water. Baby falls ill, often baby dies. See http://www.babymilkaction.org/nestlefreeThe organisation make no money so I guess it is still ongoing & deemed to be unethical practice.HAPPY 2018 TO ALL!


Not only that, here's a nice summary of the not so nice big-wig at Nestle and some of his opinions and practices - globalresearch.ca/the…238
YNWA_Mike5 h, 43 m ago

What kind of monster chooses Celebrations over Heroes?


The Maltesers are lovely though!
Cadburys are rank now, actually prefer own brand chocolate.At least it's not pretending to be better quality and Cadbury might as well be anyone now
YNWA_Mike2 h, 7 m ago

You're thinking of Quality Street, I think. Everyone knows Roses and …You're thinking of Quality Street, I think. Everyone knows Roses and Heroes are superior to Celebrations and Quality Street.


I'm the opposite with those. Too many soft centres in Roses for my tastes and Heroes are too sickly.

...if you put either in front of me, I'd still devour them though.
muckspreader12 h, 36 m ago

Wow ain't you a bag of joy at Christmas.Dont buy and contribute to our …Wow ain't you a bag of joy at Christmas.Dont buy and contribute to our wounded soldiers great idea that Or support 3rd world countries to continue over populating the planet due to poor contraception.


Yeah, because there's no other (or better) way of contributing 'to our wounded soldiers' than buying a tin of chocolates.
mrfinch29 m ago

Cadburys are rank now, actually prefer own brand chocolate.At least it's …Cadburys are rank now, actually prefer own brand chocolate.At least it's not pretending to be better quality and Cadbury might as well be anyone now


Rank 1? I would say they are rank 2 or 3 now, as Green and blacks are my favourite - they would be rank 1
Coolcatcarter882 h, 43 m ago

Not only that, here's a nice summary of the not so nice big-wig at Nestle …Not only that, here's a nice summary of the not so nice big-wig at Nestle and some of his opinions and practices - https://www.globalresearch.ca/the-privatisation-of-water-nestle-denies-that-water-is-a-fundamental-human-right/5332238


Thanks for that link - I've just taken a look. Interesting (dispiriting though it is!) Always good to know though. Thank you & have an EXCELLENT WEEK!
Mikizad8 h, 38 m ago

'Quality Street' is Nestle....I boycott all Nestle products because of …'Quality Street' is Nestle....I boycott all Nestle products because of their promotion of baby milk formula to developing countries where there is often no access to clean water. Baby falls ill, often baby dies. See http://www.babymilkaction.org/nestlefreeThe organisation make no money so I guess it is still ongoing & deemed to be unethical practice.HAPPY 2018 TO ALL!



yawn
The many ways Cadbury is losing its magic - The Telegraph (21 March 2016)
telegraph.co.uk/foo…ic/

  • Factory closure
  • Changing the chocolate on the Cadbury Creme Egg
  • Ditching chocolate coins
  • Rounding the corners on a Dairy Milk
  • Making Dairy Milk in Poland
  • Putting Cadbury in Philadelphia cream cheese
  • Ritz crackers in a Dairy Milk
  • Ditching the Bournville chocolate from the Heroes tub
  • Axing Christmas chocolate gift to pensioners
  • Shrinking pack sizes
  • Roses ‘flow wrap’ packaging
  • Sultanas in Fruit & Nut
  • Is Fair Trade still at heart of Cadbury’s mission?
Edited by: "m00head" 11th Dec 2017
Been in store and they don’t have them. One of the up his arse senior managers was adamant even though I stuffed the online tesco site in his face. Can’t see them anywhere
m00head11 h, 14 m ago

The many ways Cadbury is losing its magic - The Telegraph (21 March …The many ways Cadbury is losing its magic - The Telegraph (21 March 2016)http://www.telegraph.co.uk/food-and-drink/features/the-many-ways-cadbury-is-losing-its-magic/Factory closureChanging the chocolate on the Cadbury Creme EggDitching chocolate coinsRounding the corners on a Dairy MilkMaking Dairy Milk in PolandPutting Cadbury in Philadelphia cream cheeseRitz crackers in a Dairy MilkDitching the Bournville chocolate from the Heroes tubAxing Christmas chocolate gift to pensionersShrinking pack sizesRoses ‘flow wrap’ packagingSultanas in Fruit & NutIs Fair Trade still at heart of Cadbury’s mission?


You lost me at 'The Telegraph'....
No 1kg tins in Tesco cookstown or Dungannon. Only 680g priced at £5 in Dungannon and £6 in Cookstown.
m00head13 h, 47 m ago

The many ways Cadbury is losing its magic - The Telegraph (21 March …The many ways Cadbury is losing its magic - The Telegraph (21 March 2016)http://www.telegraph.co.uk/food-and-drink/features/the-many-ways-cadbury-is-losing-its-magic/Factory closureChanging the chocolate on the Cadbury Creme EggDitching chocolate coinsRounding the corners on a Dairy MilkMaking Dairy Milk in PolandPutting Cadbury in Philadelphia cream cheeseRitz crackers in a Dairy MilkDitching the Bournville chocolate from the Heroes tubAxing Christmas chocolate gift to pensionersShrinking pack sizesRoses ‘flow wrap’ packagingSultanas in Fruit & NutIs Fair Trade still at heart of Cadbury’s mission?


You must come out of the supermarket with an empty trolley lol...I'm sure all manufacturers could be guilty of something.
mrflashharry1 h, 8 m ago

No 1kg tins in Tesco cookstown or Dungannon. Only 680g priced at £5 in …No 1kg tins in Tesco cookstown or Dungannon. Only 680g priced at £5 in Dungannon and £6 in Cookstown.


Pile of them in Lisburn.
Colchester stacked up.
Melee101213 h, 11 m ago

Been in store and they don’t have them. One of the up his arse senior m …Been in store and they don’t have them. One of the up his arse senior managers was adamant even though I stuffed the online tesco site in his face. Can’t see them anywhere


Not like it clearly says on the site or out ;

"This product is only available for delivery between 06/11/2017 and 23/12/2017."
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