Frijj milkshakes (choc+mint) 6 for £1 in jack fultons
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Frijj milkshakes (choc+mint) 6 for £1 in jack fultons

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Found 12th Jun 2012
after seeing the earlier deal i was in jack fultons heckmondwike and saw the 500ml mint and choc frijj milkshakes at 6 for £1 expiry as 18th june
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They'll be giving this stuff away tomorrow....
Mikey91

They'll be giving this stuff away tomorrow....


probably, i was going to buy some as the young lad likes it but encouraging him to drink 6 bottles in a week didn't seem a good idea
niceynicey

probably, i was going to buy some as the young lad likes it but … probably, i was going to buy some as the young lad likes it but encouraging him to drink 6 bottles in a week didn't seem a good idea



Give to other family members or friends? Tbh, this stuff should last a good few days past its expiry date.
They will last a lot longer than the sell by date you know?? if youve ever bought from approved foods or food bargains you realise that some things are still good weeks after the date...its just that flavour may be decreased, and just guidelines more than anything, get the fridge stocked up!! :-P
Don't quote me, as I may be wrong - but I'm 99.9% sure that frijj are UHT.

Supermarkets keep them in the fridge for 'drink now' reasons - just like the dreaded "SunnyD", they should last a fair bit beyond the 'useby' date (which is arbitrary), provided, of course, they haven't been opened!

Food doesn't instantly go off when it reaches the date, unless it's a see-through pack, and the food can read the date through the glass. With opaque packs, it doesn't know when to deteriorate. [joke - poor, but a joke all the same]
The clear packaging myth only works if the food is located in a place where it is able to get a glimps of a calendar or listen to the news, or anything to give it an idea of the actual date.
It is a very common misconception that foods are good at knowing what the date is, but that's only because there generally nosy
Quite right - I was generalising .... and thinking back to the days when factories employed human beings, and the Light Programme kept foodstuffs fully informed - with the regular "Music While You Work", a jar of marmalade not only knew the day of the week, but the time too! These days, it's tough for them to keep up with world events.
Plus they have to cope with the stress of modern marketing. How would you feel if someone stuck a label on your forehead saying 'frijj'? It's an insult to the grammatically educated milk-like contents.
I couldnt bring myself to buy six. Shame they didnt have different flavours.
What the f**k is Jack Fulton's!?
it's a northern frozen food retailer. i believe
Hmmm, the normal versions are great hangover cures.

Personally, I think choco-mint would have the opposite effect.

quardille and mrtoldroyd made me laff....and whilst on the subject, where the heck is Heckmondyke?
Shame these are super bad for you or I'd be all over this deal like a rash! Decent if you have a big family tho!
We don't have one local enough, unfortunately. Heat anyway, as that's a brilliant deal.
we managed to get some in a barnsley store yesterday and we are down to the last bottle now i personally cant stand the stuff but fab bargain
this is delicious stuff, but at 370 calories per bottle (iirc), it's a bit of an indulgence, especially as a bottle doesn't last that long...
Even if 2 bottles go to waste it's still a great deal! I personally wouldn't manage to drink all 6 over a week.

They'd be gone in 2 days at best!
is this proven national?
Isn't Jack Fultons stuff usually way past its sell by date?
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