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Cheese bake Enchiladas Family Size 10p @ B&M Manchester Fort
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Cheese bake Enchiladas Family Size 10p @ B&M Manchester Fort

£0.10£3.8097%B&M Retail Deals
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Posted 27th JanAvailable: North West (Greater Manchester)

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Found these at my local B&M (Manchester Fort)
Down to just 10p each for the family size
Picked up 3 for that price.

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tommyni27/01/2020 18:53

Wouldn’t be feeding my family out of date food no matter how cheap but b …Wouldn’t be feeding my family out of date food no matter how cheap but best of luck with that.


You can consume a product after the best before without issues, obviously up until a point. Best before doesn't mean it's suddenly off as the clock strikes 12. Use by, now that's different.

I mean come on, "Best Before" and "Use By", they are exactly that, just read it out loud and you'll get it.
Edited by: "rev6" 27th Jan
Adam_Walley27/01/2020 19:03

The date is Mid March which is plenty of time left


Why you goblet the cat out the bag, was enjoying watching the ill informed/misguided/moral compasses tuff it out.

Voted hot.
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Nutritional Information
Per 100 g Each enchilada (83g) (tortilla, seasoning mix and sauce as sold) contains: %* (83g) Energy 775 kJ / 183 kcal 642 kJ / 152 kcal 8% Fat 2.9 g 2.4 g 3% of which saturates 0.4 g 0.3 g 2% Carbohydrate 32.0 g 26.5 g 10% of which sugars 5.5 g 4.5 g 5% Fibre 3.3 g 2.8 g - Protein 5.6 g 4.7 g 9% Salt 1.13 g 0.94 g 16% *Reference intake of an average adult (8 400 kJ/ 2 000 kcal)

All Old El Paso™ products are subject to reformulation at any given time. We therefore recommend that you always check the ingredient list on our product packs prior to purchase to determine product content.

Just Add
  • 750 g chicken
  • 225 g grated cheese

What's Inside
  • 12 Soft Corn Tortillas
  • 1 Big Seasoning Mix for Enchiladas
  • 1 Big Tomato Sauce

You should have checked the use by date
tommyni27/01/2020 18:50

You should have checked the use by date


Maybe something like this just has a "best before" date.
tommyni27/01/2020 18:50

You should have checked the use by date


It'll be a best before date. So even after the date they're still ok to eat for quite some time.
Edited by: "po57405k" 27th Jan
po57405k27/01/2020 18:51

It'll be a best before date. So even after the date they're still ok to …It'll be a best before date. So even after the date they're still ok to eat for quite some time.


Wouldn’t be feeding my family out of date food no matter how cheap but best of luck with that.
tommyni27/01/2020 18:53

Wouldn’t be feeding my family out of date food no matter how cheap but b …Wouldn’t be feeding my family out of date food no matter how cheap but best of luck with that.


You can consume a product after the best before without issues, obviously up until a point. Best before doesn't mean it's suddenly off as the clock strikes 12. Use by, now that's different.

I mean come on, "Best Before" and "Use By", they are exactly that, just read it out loud and you'll get it.
Edited by: "rev6" 27th Jan
tommyni27/01/2020 18:53

Wouldn’t be feeding my family out of date food no matter how cheap but b …Wouldn’t be feeding my family out of date food no matter how cheap but best of luck with that.


Suggests you google meaning ... this will be fine
tommyni27/01/2020 18:53

Wouldn’t be feeding my family out of date food no matter how cheap but b …Wouldn’t be feeding my family out of date food no matter how cheap but best of luck with that.


It's not out of date, It's a best before date. This is a date where the company can guarantee the product being it's best up to that date. Anything beyond that date is still safe to eat. The item may have lost some crunch or gone hard etc but generally it'll be quite some time after a BB date. This isn't to be confused with a use by date found on dairy, meat and fish products.
The date is Mid March which is plenty of time left
Adam_Walley27/01/2020 19:03

The date is Mid March which is plenty of time left


Why you goblet the cat out the bag, was enjoying watching the ill informed/misguided/moral compasses tuff it out.

Voted hot.
cuckoocoils27/01/2020 19:08

Why you goblet the cat out the bag, was enjoying watching the ill …Why you goblet the cat out the bag, was enjoying watching the ill informed/misguided/moral compasses tuff it out.Voted hot.


This one is for you: food.gov.uk/saf…tes
Bargain, I bought a load of fajita ones from Farmfoods when they were 20p a couple of years go. Best Before is Nov 2017 but they're still fine.

Those mass produced supermarket toritlla wraps last forever, never seem to go off or mouldy. Christ knows what's in them! And the sauce will prob have enough salt to keep it fresh for a long long time.

The only worry I'd have is the chicken you'd using, be sure that it's in date!
For that price i might as well give this a go.
For the price it's good but at regular prices I don't understand why you'll get these, basically you have to buy the meat,. veg, cheese nd they should provide you with the wrap, tortillas or tacos and a bit of sauce
Edited by: "Norseg" 27th Jan
Norseg27/01/2020 20:53

For the price it's good but at regular prices I don't understand why …For the price it's good but at regular prices I don't understand why you'll get these, basically you have to buy the meat,. veg, cheese nd they should provide you with the wrap, tortillas or tacos and a bit of sauce


That means Old El Paso would need to change their business practice as they don't sell fresh produce as far as I know. I don't see a problem with this. You're buying the wraps, the sauce, and the seasoning to have a more authentic taste. I mean if you can find a jar of Enchiladas sauce, you'd still need to buy the Chicken, Wraps, etc.
cuckoocoils27/01/2020 19:08

Why you goblet the cat out the bag, was enjoying watching the ill …Why you goblet the cat out the bag, was enjoying watching the ill informed/misguided/moral compasses tuff it out.Voted hot.


Goblet?
blast7127/01/2020 21:58

Goblet?


Yeh man, goblet (ain't editing it now). Goblets in a bag, big round my way.
rev627/01/2020 18:54

You can consume a product after the best before without issues, obviously …You can consume a product after the best before without issues, obviously up until a point. Best before doesn't mean it's suddenly off as the clock strikes 12. Use by, now that's different.I mean come on, "Best Before" and "Use By", they are exactly that, just read it out loud and you'll get it.


I dont know about that . Half the UK population just find this too difficult to work out for themselves.
So some supermarkets removed these complicted dates so the snowflakes wouldnt get all stressed out and at the same time the shops got to sell substandard ( very close to its use by date) fruit and veg to them.
Edited by: "hooray.henry" 27th Jan
rev627/01/2020 21:05

That means Old El Paso would need to change their business practice as …That means Old El Paso would need to change their business practice as they don't sell fresh produce as far as I know. I don't see a problem with this. You're buying the wraps, the sauce, and the seasoning to have a more authentic taste. I mean if you can find a jar of Enchiladas sauce, you'd still need to buy the Chicken, Wraps, etc.


But they're expensive for basically wraps and a tiny amount of sauce just get the wrap, sauce in the same shop
At 10p you can't beat that but at £2-3 or whatever they charge 12 wraps and some sauce packets
You're basically buying for a how to cook on the packaging
I should do Burger Kits, I provide the Buns, Give Instructions on how to cook but you need provide the meat, I'll charge £2 for 50p worth of buns
Never understood these *kits" this is basically a Cheese and Minced Meat Wrap but you don't get cheese or meat just the wrap
Edited by: "Norseg" 27th Jan
Norseg27/01/2020 23:42

But they're expensive for basically wraps and a tiny amount of sauce just …But they're expensive for basically wraps and a tiny amount of sauce just get the wrap, sauce in the same shop At 10p you can't beat that but at £2-3 or whatever they charge 12 wraps and some sauce packets You're basically buying for a how to cook on the packagingI should do Burger Kits, I provide the Buns, Give Instructions on how to cook but you need provide the meat, I'll charge £2 for 50p worth of buns Never understood these *kits" this is basically a Cheese and Minced Meat Wrap but you don't get cheese or meat just the wrap


How much are 12 corn tortillas?
Are there people seriously arguing this isn't a deal? Move along.
This is about 3% of their usual price. If you want this item - it's a ridiculously good deal.
Also, these will probably be edible for about two years. Thanks OP.
rev628/01/2020 00:54

How much are 12 corn tortillas?


I think its 43p at lidl but that might just be 10
Phil_Blake28/01/2020 01:35

Are there people seriously arguing this isn't a deal? Move along.This is …Are there people seriously arguing this isn't a deal? Move along.This is about 3% of their usual price. If you want this item - it's a ridiculously good deal. Also, these will probably be edible for about two years. Thanks OP.


No one is arguing this is a deal. The person in question doesn't understand this product at full price.
Edited by: "rev6" 28th Jan
hooray.henry27/01/2020 23:32

I dont know about that . Half the UK population just find this too …I dont know about that . Half the UK population just find this too difficult to work out for themselves. So some supermarkets removed these complicted dates so the snowflakes wouldnt get all stressed out and at the same time the shops got to sell substandard ( very close to its use by date) fruit and veg to them.


Yup, we used to have a sell by and a use by to ensure the end customer had a day or 2 to actually use the item rather than it potentially being out of date the same day. But apparently we were too thick to understand the difference!
cuckoocoils27/01/2020 22:17

Yeh man, goblet (ain't editing it now). Goblets in a bag, big round my way.



We calls 'em wineboxes round here. Darn tasty either way.
tommyni27/01/2020 18:53

Wouldn’t be feeding my family out of date food no matter how cheap but b …Wouldn’t be feeding my family out of date food no matter how cheap but best of luck with that.


I bet your favourite position is missionary and your favourite seasoning is salt
BigWillyRazzo28/01/2020 16:08

I bet your favourite position is missionary and your favourite seasoning …I bet your favourite position is missionary and your favourite seasoning is salt


Ask your missus
Phil_Blake28/01/2020 01:35

Are there people seriously arguing this isn't a deal? Move along.This is …Are there people seriously arguing this isn't a deal? Move along.This is about 3% of their usual price. If you want this item - it's a ridiculously good deal. Also, these will probably be edible for about two years. Thanks OP.


I am not, I said this is unbeatable at 10p but at full price I don't see how 12 Wraps and a sachet of sauce is worth 2-3£
It's not cheese enchiladas if you need to provide the meat and cheese thats like selling a kit for cheeseburgers but you provide the beef burgers and cheese I supply the bread
Edited by: "Norseg" 28th Jan
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