Dairylea Triangles - 16 pack - Asda - £1 - beware the marketing ploy - instore/online yellow highlighter on 2 x 8s for £1.50 !!!!!
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Dairylea Triangles - 16 pack - Asda - £1 - beware the marketing ploy - instore/online yellow highlighter on 2 x 8s for £1.50 !!!!!

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Found 10th Oct 2009Made hot 10th Oct 2009
Dairylea Triangles - 16 pack - Asda - £1 -
beware the marketing ploy - instore/online yellow highlighter on 2 x 8s for £1.50 !!!!!
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great for lunchboxes - nibbles
ok so its processed but kids like them - they dont all have a penchant for a nice creamy dolcelatte:)

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not sure you should be giving kids this garbage?

Mascherano;6539722

not sure you should be giving kids this garbage?



but aren't they full of calcium or something? I'm sure I heard they we're good for you. Like that Yakult stuff??

I agree...it may be processed but kids like them...heat from me!

Our dogs love these.
Smear one across their front teeth / gums for added entertainment :w00t: :w00t:

great offer, have some heat.

Mascherano;6539722

not sure you should be giving kids this garbage?



Surely this is better for them than a bag of crisps or a bar of chocolate? Cheaper too at this price. Hot from me.

Banned

keyboardqueenie;6539946

but aren't they full of calcium or something? I'm sure I heard they we're … but aren't they full of calcium or something? I'm sure I heard they we're good for you. Like that Yakult stuff??


Full of hydrogenated fat and salt- thats the trouble. Yakult isnt good for you by the way-they have had their handsa slapped by the advertising standards agency for making false cliams in the past
martins_uk;6542417

Surely this is better for them than a bag of crisps or a bar of … Surely this is better for them than a bag of crisps or a bar of chocolate? Cheaper too at this price. Hot from me.


Its better than a block of lard, too. Doesnt make it healthy, though.

FFS get a grip!

rach109;6543655

FFS get a grip!



Seconded :thumbsup:

i read that when babies are little, it doesnt matter how much fat you gave them as it doesnt matter, as when they get older they loose it all. I don't know where i read this, it was in some book/ newspaper. I thought it sounded wrong even at the time..

btw i like these, but not nicer then a real slice of cheese £1 for a block in Asda. Chatherdrel city, excuse my spelling :-D
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