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Fox's Crunch Creams 39p per pack at Lidl AND Tesco
Fox's Crunch Creams 39p per pack at Lidl AND Tesco

Fox's Crunch Creams 39p per pack at Lidl AND Tesco

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200g pack for 39p. Tesco are doing chocolate fudge, ginger and golden crunch flavours. Lidl are doing at least golden crunch.

Asda currently selling at 79p per pack or 2 for £1.50.

Hoping if you don't have a Tesco near you you'll have a Lidl (or vice versa).

Although sweet, they are mighty fine for dunking!!!!

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Man these rock. No shops near me though, unless they are at Tesco express?


Calling t0mm, are these 39p at Tesco express if they indeed stock them.

ASDA selling for 50p at my local

I went and bought some at lunch but they only had the golden crunch flavour. I know because my friend commented that he only likes chocolate so we looked but couldn't see any.

Been this price at Lidl for weeks (maybe even) months by the way.

GAVINLEWISHUKD;7171332

Man these rock. No shops near me though, unless they are at Tesco … Man these rock. No shops near me though, unless they are at Tesco express?Calling t0mm, are these 39p at Tesco express if they indeed stock them.



I got them at our local Tesco Express (Shirley, Southampton) - HTH!

beating asda 50p

also this price at sainsbury's

H&R for finding my favourites, ain't seen these yet!

been this in tesco for well over a week hasnt it - lovely bickies though

Fox's use freerange eggs therefore a big HOT from me!

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woodstock;7184508

Fox's use freerange eggs therefore a big HOT from me!



:? How the heck did you find that out? Rep added, impressed!

gal2792t;7185421

:? How the heck did you find that out? Rep added, impressed!



It was in an article in the Guardian:

guardian.co.uk/env…ase

Which also said:

'Professor Michael Crawford, of the institute of brain chemistry and human nutrition at London Metropolitan University, has found that free-range hens produce more nutritious eggs. In a study, he found the birds needed to eat grass or other green plants in order to build vital fatty acids, including omega 3 DHA, one of the most important elements in the human diet for building a healthy brain.'


Which seems to prove that people who eat free range eggs are more intelligent than those who don't. But we knew that anyway! :whistling:
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