Coca Cola Coke Zero 24X330ml £6.50 @ Tesco
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Coca Cola Coke Zero 24X330ml £6.50 @ Tesco

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What about standard coke
Like aspartame, acesulfame potassium should remain under scrutiny as a possible cancer-causing carcinogen... Sweet!
Aren't coke cola not giving it away now since sugar tax?
If you're near Asda they regularly do 30 cans for £7.50. Not voted.
andyinyorkshire7 h, 55 m ago

Like aspartame, acesulfame potassium should remain under scrutiny as a …Like aspartame, acesulfame potassium should remain under scrutiny as a possible cancer-causing carcinogen... Sweet!Aren't coke cola not giving it away now since sugar tax?


Agreed. But surely all soft drinks and processed food fall should fall under the same scrutiny (especially cooked meat).
24 Diet Coke also £6.50 for 24
These 24 packs (Diet & Zero) used to be £5.50. Whereas I do agree with the "fat tax" in principle, I think we all knew that supermarkets and the like would use that happening to "full fat" drinks as an excuse to also increase the price of zero fat/sugar items.
andyinyorkshire9 h, 29 m ago

Like aspartame, acesulfame potassium should remain under scrutiny as a …Like aspartame, acesulfame potassium should remain under scrutiny as a possible cancer-causing carcinogen... Sweet!Aren't coke cola not giving it away now since sugar tax?


I’m pretty sure everything gives you cancer nowadays....according to the internet anyway
Edited by: "jouster" 8th May
love.my.boots1 h, 3 m ago

Same price only for 20 cans


As soon as the fat tax came in Tesco slapped an £8 price on their standard 18 pack putting the cost of each can at 44.4p. Nobody fell for it and those packs were left unsold forcing Tesco to knock a quid off so that each can now cost 38.9p each. They are still not selling well. It's par for the course with Tesco as they are continually trying to pull the wool over their customer's eyes.
Currently for standard coke at Farmfoods you can get 2x18 packs for £12 which works out at 33.3p each. Pre fat tax their cans averaged less than 26p so I regard their prices as fair.
thorthemighty57 m ago

As soon as the fat tax came in Tesco slapped an £8 price on their standard …As soon as the fat tax came in Tesco slapped an £8 price on their standard 18 pack putting the cost of each can at 44.4p. Nobody fell for it and those packs were left unsold forcing Tesco to knock a quid off so that each can now cost 38.9p each. They are still not selling well. It's par for the course with Tesco as they are continually trying to pull the wool over their customer's eyes.Currently for standard coke at Farmfoods you can get 2x18 packs for £12 which works out at 33.3p each. Pre fat tax their cans averaged less than 26p so I regard their prices as fair.


Also what they are continually doing is fluctuating the price between £8 and £5.50 every week.
30 cans for £7.50 in Asda
Stoofa1 h, 29 m ago

These 24 packs (Diet & Zero) used to be £5.50. Whereas I do agree with the …These 24 packs (Diet & Zero) used to be £5.50. Whereas I do agree with the "fat tax" in principle, I think we all knew that supermarkets and the like would use that happening to "full fat" drinks as an excuse to also increase the price of zero fat/sugar items.


These haven’t been 5.50 for a while now 0.25 per can is the most recent low price point (before ASDA raised their 30 cans for £7 deal.
How is anything less than 25p a can a good deal? I have never paid more than 23.33p a can in large packs.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 8th May
No longer tastes like coke. So what am I buying just a generic water based drink?
Edited by: "fiqqer" 9th May
Common.Sense1 h, 46 m ago

How is anything less than 25p a can a good deal? I have never paid more …How is anything less than 25p a can a good deal? I have never paid more than 23.33p a can in large packs.



If you mean the standard coke 25p a can would be an absolute steal now. If you are on about sugar free cokes then I agree.
thorthemighty10 m ago

If you mean the standard coke 25p a can would be an absolute steal now. If …If you mean the standard coke 25p a can would be an absolute steal now. If you are on about sugar free cokes then I agree.


Diet coke. Even Farmfoods is not more than 25p for Diet Coke.
andyinyorkshire13 h, 3 m ago

Like aspartame, acesulfame potassium should remain under scrutiny as a …Like aspartame, acesulfame potassium should remain under scrutiny as a possible cancer-causing carcinogen... Sweet!Aren't coke cola not giving it away now since sugar tax?


What about if I wear a tin foil hat whilst drinking it ?
lidds1 h, 1 m ago

What about if I wear a tin foil hat whilst drinking it ?


Ha ha, sure if it helps but I'm not sure what good that will do against artificial sweeteners banned in other countries.
We could argue about cigarettes helping people to relax and not causing cancer, it's what is being mentioned but take it or leave it I just wish I could drink it without so much sugar and no artificial sweetness
andyinyorkshire8 m ago

Ha ha, sure if it helps but I'm not sure what good that will do against …Ha ha, sure if it helps but I'm not sure what good that will do against artificial sweeteners banned in other countries.We could argue about cigarettes helping people to relax and not causing cancer, it's what is being mentioned but take it or leave it I just wish I could drink it without so much sugar and no artificial sweetness


Is there any real evidence linking aspartame to cancel though?? Bit different to cigarettes
From the NHS website (not daily mail.....)

Both Cancer Research UK and the US National Cancer Institute have said sweeteners don't cause cancer.

"Large studies looking at people have now provided strong evidence that artificial sweeteners are safe for humans," states Cancer Research UK.

All sweeteners in the EU undergo a rigorous safety assessment by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), before they can be used in food and drink.

As part of the evaluation process, the EFSA sets an acceptable daily intake (ADI), which is the maximum amount considered safe to consume each day over the course of your lifetime.

You don't need to keep track of how much sweetener you consume each day, as our eating habits are factored in when specifying where sweeteners can be used.
30 cans for £10 in Asda now boo!
lidds6 h, 28 m ago

From the NHS website (not daily mail.....)Both Cancer Research UK and the …From the NHS website (not daily mail.....)Both Cancer Research UK and the US National Cancer Institute have said sweeteners don't cause cancer."Large studies looking at people have now provided strong evidence that artificial sweeteners are safe for humans," states Cancer Research UK.All sweeteners in the EU undergo a rigorous safety assessment by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), before they can be used in food and drink.As part of the evaluation process, the EFSA sets an acceptable daily intake (ADI), which is the maximum amount considered safe to consume each day over the course of your lifetime.You don't need to keep track of how much sweetener you consume each day, as our eating habits are factored in when specifying where sweeteners can be used.


Seen this, the NHS entitled "The truth about sweeteners" and "Sweeteners: are they safe? - Live Well - NHS Choices"?
I'm happy for you if you are happy drinking artificial sweeteners bud honestly.
Just be aware of other reports and countries banning these substances that's all, what is awful is that many manufacturers haven't reduced sugar in their drinks but replaced it with sweeteners, giving less choice to drink high sugar drinks or drinks with just less sugar.
Remember those days cigarettes were healthy?
33765304-cgzDQ.jpg33765304-v4Dso.jpgDoesn't mean artificial sweeteners are bad for you, the truth is they are new so long term testing isn't an option in some countries when money is to be made. Typed drinking a JD and coke...
lidds8 h, 51 m ago

From the NHS website (not daily mail.....)Both Cancer Research UK and the …From the NHS website (not daily mail.....)Both Cancer Research UK and the US National Cancer Institute have said sweeteners don't cause cancer."Large studies looking at people have now provided strong evidence that artificial sweeteners are safe for humans," states Cancer Research UK.All sweeteners in the EU undergo a rigorous safety assessment by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), before they can be used in food and drink.As part of the evaluation process, the EFSA sets an acceptable daily intake (ADI), which is the maximum amount considered safe to consume each day over the course of your lifetime.You don't need to keep track of how much sweetener you consume each day, as our eating habits are factored in when specifying where sweeteners can be used.


if its artificial, how is it possibly good for you? why dont they use natural sweetners,
Sweetners as whole are not good for the body as they are tricking the body that its getting sugar when its not. Craving more sugar products, which is a viscous cycle.
Diet coke is rotten, carbonated brown water.

think ill stick to normal coke, atleast its normal sugar
Both sweetners and sugar are not good for you. Despite this, I prefer standard coke because sweetners taste nasty.
Edited by: "thorthemighty" 10th May
19DembaBa197th May

What about standard coke


It is generally sold by the gram mate. Rarely comes in a multipack.
chrismc200508th May

if its artificial, how is it possibly good for you? why dont they use …if its artificial, how is it possibly good for you? why dont they use natural sweetners, Sweetners as whole are not good for the body as they are tricking the body that its getting sugar when its not. Craving more sugar products, which is a viscous cycle.Diet coke is rotten, carbonated brown water. think ill stick to normal coke, atleast its normal sugar


My doctor rarely tells me about the risk of a "viscous" cycle...
My doctor prescribes antibiotics, paracetamol and antidepressants. Morrisons now offer fruit juice with sweeteners!!! Wtf!!!
Diagnosis of diabetes in 5?
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