fruit shoots 24pk bogof - £5 instore @ FarmFoods
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fruit shoots 24pk bogof - £5 instore @ FarmFoods

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Found 24th Jan 2015
24 packs of fruit shoots. buy one get one free.

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Original Poster

Don't think I've seen a better price for 48 fruit shoots

Very good find. Heat added

hot deal, which store did you find them at?

Original Poster

It's a national deal. so will be all of them

Do they have a long use by date?

great deal ill check out local farm foods

Good deal will Check my local

Original Poster

The ones in my shop are dated august

oh thanx il hav a look at our local

Got some from my local - wrekenton (gateshead). Dates are July and aug 15.

Heat from me

Hot!!!! Orange was bbf dated feb 15 while blackcurrent August 15 from Walsall farmfoods plenty of orange left a few blackcurrent packs remaining.

Original Poster

Our orange in alexandria is August, our apple and blackcurrant looks to be July plenty of time to drink 48 of them

Found some in the Nuneaton store I had to ask if bogof cause the sign just said £5 heat added op great find

got orange ones in Springburn Glasgow,bbf is end feb 15

Bargain!! The sign in mine just said £5 - wish I had known this before!!

These are £3.50 in herons

Cold. Full of added sugar and preservatives

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jasummers

Cold. Full of added sugar and preservatives



Opinions aren't voted on, the deal is. Hot for price for quantity op!

jasummers

Cold. Full of added sugar and preservatives



No added sugar so not sure what you're talking about. The preservatives are proven to be safe and used in many things including wine so again not sure what your problem is.

yrreb88

No added sugar so not sure what you're talking about. The preservatives … No added sugar so not sure what you're talking about. The preservatives are proven to be safe and used in many things including wine so again not sure what your problem is.



Sugar is replaced by aspartame in "zero sugar" drinks, go check out the symptoms of over consumption before you "claim" to know what your on about...

Original Poster

emresmammy

These are £3.50 in herons



for 48?

Original Poster

sumoqueen

Bargain!! The sign in mine just said £5 - wish I had known this before!!



yeah, it was mid morning before the new card was emailed to stores instead of being sent out over night like they normally are.

wow bargain! thanks op

AdamDT

Sugar is replaced by aspartame in "zero sugar" drinks, go check out the … Sugar is replaced by aspartame in "zero sugar" drinks, go check out the symptoms of over consumption before you "claim" to know what your on about...



It's not full of sugar and none is added to it, simple so I'm really not wrong there. You will be pleased to hear there is no aspartame in this drink so not sure where that came from.

Symptoms of over consumption? Feel free to elaborate but I would have thought the NHS and such would try to ban or warn of it's overconsumption. Bear in mind it's quite hard to do, for example an average person can safely consume 16 cans of diet coke per day which no one does. You will experience symptoms of aspartame toxicity if you consume 1600 cans per day so there's no need to worry. I can assure you all the "evidence" and quackery on the internet suggesting otherwise is just fearmongering and misinformation.
Edited by: "yrreb88" 25th Jan 2015

yrreb88

It's not full of sugar and none is added to it, simple so I'm really not … It's not full of sugar and none is added to it, simple so I'm really not wrong there. You will be pleased to hear there is no aspartame in this drink so not sure where that came from.Symptoms of over consumption? Feel free to elaborate but I would have thought the NHS and such would try to ban or warn of it's overconsumption. Bear in mind it's quite hard to do, for example an average person can safely consume 16 cans of diet coke per day which no one does. You will experience symptoms of aspartame toxicity if you consume 1600 cans per day so there's no need to worry. I can assure you all the "evidence" and quackery on the internet suggesting otherwise is just fearmongering and misinformation.



There are many informative, soundly reasoned opinions that would suggest the harmful properties of aspartame are worth avoiding.

Unless you intend to poison your children, maybe at least consider some sound facts beforehand.

Scaremongering? No, I have kids and want the best for them so have carefully researched the subject.

The article I linked to below was the most useful to me because it explains WHY it is harmful, and there are many more to be found if you search for the history of aspartame.

articles.mercola.com/sit…spx

yrreb88

It's not full of sugar and none is added to it, simple so I'm really not … It's not full of sugar and none is added to it, simple so I'm really not wrong there. You will be pleased to hear there is no aspartame in this drink so not sure where that came from.Symptoms of over consumption? Feel free to elaborate but I would have thought the NHS and such would try to ban or warn of it's overconsumption. Bear in mind it's quite hard to do, for example an average person can safely consume 16 cans of diet coke per day which no one does. You will experience symptoms of aspartame toxicity if you consume 1600 cans per day so there's no need to worry. I can assure you all the "evidence" and quackery on the internet suggesting otherwise is just fearmongering and misinformation.



There are many informative, soundly reasoned opinions that would suggest the harmful properties of aspartame are worth avoiding.

Unless you intend to poison your children, maybe at least consider some sound facts beforehand.

Scaremongering? No, I have kids and want the best for them so have carefully researched the subject.

The article I linked to below was the most useful to me because it explains WHY it is harmful, and there are many more to be found if you search for the history of aspartame.

articles.mercola.com/sit…spx

yrreb88

There are many informative, soundly reasoned opinions that would suggest … There are many informative, soundly reasoned opinions that would suggest the harmful properties of aspartame are worth avoiding. Unless you intend to poison your children, maybe at least consider some sound facts beforehand.Scaremongering? No, I have kids and want the best for them so have carefully researched the subject. The article I linked to below was the most useful to me because it explains WHY it is harmful, and there are many more to be found if you search for the history of aspartame.http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2012/09/26/aspartame-causes-brain-damage.aspx



Scaremongering yeah, mercola is the biggest source of quackery on the internet who preys on the uninformed through false claims, psuedoscience and misinformation. If you look at the "sound facts" properly, you will see that they are everything but sound.

I'm afraid you have not carefully researched anything if you have read a mercola article. For example mercola claims the methanol in aspartame will cause brain damage however what isn't mentioned is the fact that eating a banana means you consume more methanol than a can of diet coke.

For some reason, people choose to ignore the advice of the NHS, FDA, WHO etc and believe anything they read on the internet because it appears scientific. The NHS state that sweeteners are safe and good for helping reduce total sugar consumption. Do you not think the NHS would warn parents and the public about the dangers if that wasn't the case? Why haven't they suggested a total ban if it poisons children? There is so much research on the matter that it's easy for websites like Mercola to cherry pick and misrepresent data and throw in a conspiracy theory to top it off.

It's good that you're researching and have an open mind but please don't just believe everything you read on the internet. One of the best sources of information if you are worried about your children is the NHS website.
Edited by: "yrreb88" 25th Jan 2015

jasummers

Cold. Full of added sugar and preservatives

always one...lol

yrreb88

Scaremongering yeah, mercola is the biggest source of quackery on the … Scaremongering yeah, mercola is the biggest source of quackery on the internet who preys on the uninformed through false claims, psuedoscience and misinformation. If you look at the "sound facts" properly, you will see that they are everything but sound. I'm afraid you have not carefully researched anything if you have read a mercola article. For example mercola claims the methanol in aspartame will cause brain damage however what isn't mentioned is the fact that eating a banana means you consume more methanol than a can of diet coke.For some reason, people choose to ignore the advice of the NHS, FDA, WHO etc and believe anything they read on the internet because it appears scientific. The NHS state that sweeteners are safe and good for helping reduce total sugar consumption. Do you not think the NHS would warn parents and the public about the dangers if that wasn't the case? Why haven't they suggested a total ban if it poisons children? There is so much research on the matter that it's easy for websites like Mercola to cherry pick and misrepresent data and throw in a conspiracy theory to top it off.It's good that you're researching and have an open mind but please don't just believe everything you read on the internet. One of the best sources of information if you are worried about your children is the NHS website.



I am certain that any counter source I presented would be 'the biggest source of quackery' in your eyes.

Your argument falls dead when you decide that careful research means not reading articles.

For some reason you choose to believe anything from a government backed source - MP's must love you.

However, I am not an MP, and your patronising, faux-credibility is tiresome to read.

Got some today in yardley birmingham lots of orange and blackcurrent, bbe may and August 2015

brude

I am certain that any counter source I presented would be 'the biggest … I am certain that any counter source I presented would be 'the biggest source of quackery' in your eyes.Your argument falls dead when you decide that careful research means not reading articles. For some reason you choose to believe anything from a government backed source - MP's must love you.However, I am not an MP, and your patronising, faux-credibility is tiresome to read.



I apologise if you found me to be patronising, I had and have no intention of being insulting or patronising. I was simply trying to highlight the dangers of some of the misinformation out there.

You are certain I'd dismiss all your sources? I'd look at any source or claim and give you a brief critical analysis it's just mercola is not a credible source to me. Mercola occasionaly provides sources but they are normally misrepresented and cherry picked or simply poor studies.

I choose to look at evidence critically and draw conclusions. The evidence proving the safety of aspartame is overwhelming but for some reason is still questioned despite numerous reviews by independant authorities including the WHO. I also find it implausible that every single health, government and scientific institution in every country is in essence lying to the world. If credible evidence consistantly comes to light proving the dangers of aspartame, I will happily change my view and eat several hats.

How does my argument fall dead? Read articles of course, just preferably scientific articles. The main problem is whether or not if someone is able to critically analyse what they read and its sources.

I choose to believe my conclusions from the evidence as I say. I don't believe everything the goverment says but we can't discredit proper studies as well as advice from the NHS just because it's run by the goverment. You can't be suggesting the NHS and GPs, staff etc are promoting the use of a poisonous substance for some reason? It's good to be skeptical of everything but how can you disregard the hundreds of studies and comprehensive reviews of said studies by experts simply because the some of the internet says otherwise and conclude aspartame is dangrous and toxic? Or in other words, why not show the same amount of skepticism for the information you have read on the internet?

Again, it's good to be skeptical but it's more important to be critical.
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