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Coco Pops Kellogg's Bag Pack 2 kg now £5.96 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Coco Pops Kellogg's Bag Pack 2 kg now £5.96 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon

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Posted 22nd Jul

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feels like good value for 2 kilos of Coco Pops.

They even turn the milk chocolately!
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New recipe.

Taste like crap now.

Thanks Jamie "funsponge" Oliver!!!
got 3 boxes of this and some diabetes medicine to give free shipping
old_mikefield22/07/2019 21:09

New recipe.Taste like crap now.Thanks Jamie "funsponge" Oliver!!!


The thing is that I believe in personal responsibility and freedom of choice, but when we have numbnuts that don't care for themselves or their children, and corporations that exploit us, unfortunately we need silly things like the sugar tax to force the general population to have better health outcomes, because nothing else like education has worked to date, and we can't let our obesity epidemic go on, it also causes heart desease, cancer and diabetes. What's the choice?
Edited by: "polarbaba" 22nd Jul
I'd hardly do backflip saving a quid or so.
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Ordered! Many thanks!
Great price heat added
I'd hardly do backflip saving a quid or so.
Seems a good price
gibblesuk22/07/2019 20:28

I'd hardly do backflip saving a quid or so.


Not even a quid. £3 for a kg box at Farmfoods, or £8 for 3. And you can mix/match with Crunchy Nut and a few others.
got 3 boxes of this and some diabetes medicine to give free shipping
£2.50 for 700g at supermarkets. So 35.7p/100g

This is what? 29.8p/100g

Overall saving of £1.18 then unless my maths is off......
neekaphillips22/07/2019 20:16

Ordered! Many thanks!


Lol read that as

Ordered many. Thanks !
Would not have blamed you

Great post.
New recipe.

Taste like crap now.

Thanks Jamie "funsponge" Oliver!!!
great thanks ordered
Reduced sugar, added sweeterners all are following now due to sugar tax.
5nowman22/07/2019 21:05

Lol read that asOrdered many. Thanks !Would not have blamed youGreat post.


That's exactly what I read
Edited by: "ciderno1" 22nd Jul
old_mikefield22/07/2019 21:09

New recipe.Taste like crap now.Thanks Jamie "funsponge" Oliver!!!


The thing is that I believe in personal responsibility and freedom of choice, but when we have numbnuts that don't care for themselves or their children, and corporations that exploit us, unfortunately we need silly things like the sugar tax to force the general population to have better health outcomes, because nothing else like education has worked to date, and we can't let our obesity epidemic go on, it also causes heart desease, cancer and diabetes. What's the choice?
Edited by: "polarbaba" 22nd Jul
Deal got two boxes and a appointment with A&E Doctor
uni22/07/2019 20:54

got 3 boxes of this and some diabetes medicine to give free shipping


You don't get diabetes from excess sugar, that is utter b******
Keith_Moon22/07/2019 21:46

You don't get diabetes from excess sugar, that is utter b******


Don't try to educate above and beyond the NHS posters, it's a losing battle xD. Just keep your family and yourself healthy with your own research + studies.
Edited by: "SniperViper" 22nd Jul
SniperViper22/07/2019 21:49

Don't try to educate above and beyond the NHS posters, it's a losing …Don't try to educate above and beyond the NHS posters, it's a losing battle xD. Just keep your family and yourself healthy with your own research + studies.


Yup, true enough, moderate intake, plenty of exercise, all is good 😃😃
Prefer Cornflakes, specially after a skinful.
SniperViper22/07/2019 21:49

Don't try to educate above and beyond the NHS posters, it's a losing …Don't try to educate above and beyond the NHS posters, it's a losing battle xD. Just keep your family and yourself healthy with your own research + studies.


Bet you'd run like roadrunner to the NHS if you ever got Diabetes though
Edited by: "gooner786" 22nd Jul
gooner78622/07/2019 22:11

Bet you'd run like speedrunner to the NHS if you ever got Diabetes though …Bet you'd run like speedrunner to the NHS if you ever got Diabetes though


I never said I wouldn't? But ask any Dr how much training they've had on nutrition ;). I think it was less than 2 hours per year. Awkward...

Also, did you just quote a 2d indie game? haha
Nvm, you changed your speedrunner to roadrunner
Edited by: "SniperViper" 22nd Jul
polarbaba22/07/2019 21:32

The thing is that I believe in personal responsibility and freedom of …The thing is that I believe in personal responsibility and freedom of choice, but when we have numbnuts that don't care for themselves or their children, and corporations that exploit us, unfortunately we need silly things like the sugar tax to force the general population to have better health outcomes, because nothing else like education has worked to date, and we can't let our obesity epidemic go on, it also causes heart desease, cancer and diabetes. What's the choice?



The thing is.... the "sugar tax" doesn't really work. Hasn't worked in any other country.
old_mikefield22/07/2019 21:09

New recipe.Taste like crap now.Thanks Jamie "funsponge" Oliver!!!


I’ll never forgive him for helping to get rid of Turkey twangers.
NumbVampire22/07/2019 22:24

I’ll never forgive him for helping to get rid of Turkey twangers.



*twizzlers.
old_mikefield22/07/2019 22:24

The thing is.... the "sugar tax" doesn't really work. Hasn't worked in any …The thing is.... the "sugar tax" doesn't really work. Hasn't worked in any other country.


I'm against the sugar tax, but even I have to admit we have to do something to help people, I'm not sure exactly what, as I'm against this type of regulation and control over what we eat (strangely not enough legislation on corporations to ensure our foods are safe, with dodgy pesticides and dodgy animal feed etc).
What do you reckon is a good solution, any case studies we can look at to improve people's buying and eating choices without limiting Thier freedoms?.
polarbaba22/07/2019 22:29

I'm against the sugar tax, but even I have to admit we have to do …I'm against the sugar tax, but even I have to admit we have to do something to help people, I'm not sure exactly what, as I'm against this type of regulation and control over what we eat (strangely not enough legislation on corporations to ensure our foods are safe, with dodgy pesticides and dodgy animal feed etc).What do you reckon is a good solution, any case studies we can look at to improve people's buying and eating choices without limiting Thier freedoms?.


Don't pay benefits in cash, instead give them a card that stops "unhealthy" foods from being purchased? (runs and hides.....)
old_mikefield22/07/2019 22:35

Don't pay benefits in cash, instead give them a card that stops …Don't pay benefits in cash, instead give them a card that stops "unhealthy" foods from being purchased? (runs and hides.....)


Everyone's hit with the obesity epidemic, not just people who can't afford fruits and vegetables, and only unhealthy highly processed carbs and meats!.
You don't get much money on benefits , only enough to eak out an existence... Or less.

Conservatives got you covered on that one!.
Edited by: "polarbaba" 23rd Jul
2kg is sugar lol 🔥
NumbVampire22/07/2019 22:24

I’ll never forgive him for helping to get rid of Turkey twangers.



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RIP "Clucky". We'll all miss your twanging.
Edited by: "davej1710" 23rd Jul
NumbVampire22/07/2019 22:24

I’ll never forgive him for helping to get rid of Turkey twangers.


Same. They were little belters.

He was also the reason school vending machines had to stock healthy food too. Thank god I had left school before that nonsense came in.
polarbaba22/07/2019 21:32

The thing is that I believe in personal responsibility and freedom of …The thing is that I believe in personal responsibility and freedom of choice, but when we have numbnuts that don't care for themselves or their children, and corporations that exploit us, unfortunately we need silly things like the sugar tax to force the general population to have better health outcomes, because nothing else like education has worked to date, and we can't let our obesity epidemic go on, it also causes heart desease, cancer and diabetes. What's the choice?


It’s nanny state interference and it needs to stop.
SniperViper22/07/2019 21:49

Don't try to educate above and beyond the NHS posters, it's a losing …Don't try to educate above and beyond the NHS posters, it's a losing battle xD. Just keep your family and yourself healthy with your own research + studies.


Which NHS posters say sugar directly causes diabetes? The arguments are nuanced and the NHS communication on it tends to be nuanced too with the caveat that they have to simplify the information for the layperson.
Tesco own brand are much tastier and cheaper!
polarbaba22/07/2019 21:32

The thing is that I believe in personal responsibility and freedom of …The thing is that I believe in personal responsibility and freedom of choice, but when we have numbnuts that don't care for themselves or their children, and corporations that exploit us, unfortunately we need silly things like the sugar tax to force the general population to have better health outcomes, because nothing else like education has worked to date, and we can't let our obesity epidemic go on, it also causes heart desease, cancer and diabetes. What's the choice?


I agree with you in regards to the children. The government should just refuse NHS treatment for any poor diet related health issues to anyone over 18.
polarbaba22/07/2019 22:29

I'm against the sugar tax, but even I have to admit we have to do …I'm against the sugar tax, but even I have to admit we have to do something to help people, I'm not sure exactly what, as I'm against this type of regulation and control over what we eat (strangely not enough legislation on corporations to ensure our foods are safe, with dodgy pesticides and dodgy animal feed etc).What do you reckon is a good solution, any case studies we can look at to improve people's buying and eating choices without limiting Thier freedoms?.


Fine the parents of fat kids and leave the rest of us alone . That way the government still gets the extra money and it will force parents to do some actual parenting.
Sympha23/07/2019 00:09

It’s nanny state interference and it needs to stop.


Nanny state... That's what conservatives used to say about moving to energy efficient lightbulbs
Fairys_Burn_Things23/07/2019 07:20

Fine the parents of fat kids and leave the rest of us alone . That way the …Fine the parents of fat kids and leave the rest of us alone . That way the government still gets the extra money and it will force parents to do some actual parenting.


Will it stop those who can only ever afford cheap highly processed foods which cause this huge messs in the first place?
We are talking about the working poor and the unemployed, those in zero hour contracts.
Not those of us high rate tax payers...
maccioso23/07/2019 06:12

I agree with you in regards to the children. The government should just …I agree with you in regards to the children. The government should just refuse NHS treatment for any poor diet related health issues to anyone over 18.


Poor diet isn't a choice for most, it's the only thing they can afford to eat.
Yes for some it's also a preference.
Edited by: "polarbaba" 23rd Jul
haywiz23/07/2019 08:44

Nanny state... That's what conservatives used … Nanny state... That's what conservatives used to say about moving to energy efficient lightbulbs


You sound like a bootlicker
Edited by: "Sympha" 23rd Jul
polarbaba22/07/2019 21:32

The thing is that I believe in personal responsibility and freedom of …The thing is that I believe in personal responsibility and freedom of choice, but when we have numbnuts that don't care for themselves or their children, and corporations that exploit us, unfortunately we need silly things like the sugar tax to force the general population to have better health outcomes, because nothing else like education has worked to date, and we can't let our obesity epidemic go on, it also causes heart desease, cancer and diabetes. What's the choice?


Where is this money going though? Since the sugar tax has come in the price of an 6 pack(Which used to be an 8 pack) go up!
So we are getting screwed over as per always while the government is still doing nothing to fix it.
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