Cusco Tapas Spicy Chorizo Sticks 60g / Salami Sticks 60g @ ALDI 0.50p
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Cusco Tapas Spicy Chorizo Sticks 60g / Salami Sticks 60g @ ALDI 0.50p

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Found 9th Oct
Saw these in Tesco for £2.25 so 50p in ALDI is muy bien deal they are on clearance and date on them is 19/02/2018. I put one in each of my childrens' lunchboxes; they say they are really tasty. You get 6 in a pack so they are 10g each.

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I thought these were dog treats. Little willie loves them!

These were still £1 in my local yesterday

" I put one in each of my childrens' lunchboxes"


You'd be better off chucking them in the bin - I love the taste of the stuff but you are significantly increasing your chances of pancreatic and prostate cancer.

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Alansmithee9 h, 36 m ago

" I put one in each of my childrens' lunchboxes"You'd be better off …" I put one in each of my childrens' lunchboxes"You'd be better off chucking them in the bin - I love the taste of the stuff but you are significantly increasing your chances of pancreatic and prostate cancer.


Watch out here come the health police LOL

10g of chorizo a day over a few weeks, big deal. There's more to life than crappy Panasonic cameras and cheap watches you know.
Edited by: "Madchester" 10th Oct

Alansmithee16 h, 55 m ago

" I put one in each of my childrens' lunchboxes"You'd be better off …" I put one in each of my childrens' lunchboxes"You'd be better off chucking them in the bin - I love the taste of the stuff but you are significantly increasing your chances of pancreatic and prostate cancer.


Why?

dvdvicar6 h, 9 m ago

Why?


Why are they likely to increase cancer? It's to do with the processing - they are classified as carcinogenic (cancer causing) by the World Health Organisation alongside other processed red meats.

Everyone has to assess for themselves what risks they are happy with but it's worth reading around and then deciding for yourself.

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Alansmithee49 m ago

Why are they likely to increase cancer? It's to do with the processing - …Why are they likely to increase cancer? It's to do with the processing - they are classified as carcinogenic (cancer causing) by the World Health Organisation alongside other processed red meats. Everyone has to assess for themselves what risks they are happy with but it's worth reading around and then deciding for yourself.


I am totally aware of the risks it's the same for ALL processed meats including bacon and cured ham. Nitrate is used in the curing process and increases the risk of colon cancer in people who consume regular large amounts. People over 50 and obese people are at an increased risk. Mediterranean countries consume lots of cured meats and have a above average life expectancy because they eat a healthy balanced with lots of fruit, veg and fish. 10g in a lunchbox is going to do no harm whatsoever. Your bacon sandwich is more dangerous.

Get these for the dog as they are cheaper than dog treats

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Onlybreduced3 m ago

Get these for the dog as they are cheaper than dog treats


Only 60g. You are better spending it on liver
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