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Danone Activia intensely creamy £1 only in ASDA
Danone Activia intensely creamy £1 only in ASDA

Danone Activia intensely creamy £1 only in ASDA

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A delicious everyday dessert which can help support your digestive health by helping to improve slower digestive transit.
Just 3% fat.

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Thank you, I love this yoghurt.

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Thank you, I love this yoghurt.



Has been that price in Sains for a couple of weeks (not sure if still on though) all be it 2 packs of four £2

Just a reminder that this product is not suitable for Vegetarian:thinking:

I think this anti-bloated yoghurt corrects problems that you never had, then gives you the problem when you stop taking it!! I had some Activia for a few weeks when it was on bogof a couple of months ago. I never felt bloated before having it. As soon as i stopped having it I felt bloated for a couple of weeks!! I have avoided having any since!!!

I love this, OH got the Muller fruit corners today from ASDA, 3 for £1, I would rather have Activia.

"which can help support your digestive health by helping to improve slower digestive transit"

Haha - eat muesli or take a laxative. Bogus health claims.

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"which can help support your digestive health by helping to improve … "which can help support your digestive health by helping to improve slower digestive transit"Haha - eat muesli or take a laxative. Bogus health claims.



Agree But such a nice yoghurt!

Oh, and by the way...

French food giant Danone (Paris: FR0000120644 - news) said Thursday it would change its advertising of the Activia and Actimel yoghurt brands after dropping an attempt to get them recognised as having health benefits.

In its quarterly earnings report, the group announced that it had withdrawn an application to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) seeking official validation of its claims for the popular premium brands.

Danone shares quickly fell by more than one percent on the Paris stock exchange following the announcement, despite the company reporting its first quarter turnover was up 8.3 percent to 3.9 billion euros (5.3 billion dollars).

The statement complained of "a lack of clarity and visibility regarding the application of the European regulation on health and nutrition claims."


uk.finance.yahoo.com/new…x=0
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