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Galaxy Christmas collection only 90p at Sainsbury’s Streatham
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Galaxy Christmas collection only 90p at Sainsbury’s Streatham

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Posted 29th Dec 2019Available: London

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Sainsbury’s at streatham are selling this Galaxy collection for only 90p, reduced from £3.

Sorry, I know there are lots of these kinds of deals recently but just in case it helps someone.

Staff told me it was national but please don’t quote me on that.
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Out of this world!
Check the sell/useby date. I would bet they bought this for xmas 2018 and are flogging them off because they wont last another year.

I say this, because the one I got before xmas was going white - a sign of milk chocolate that's aging.

It's cheap for a reason.
Ooohhh my local, thanks OP!
Will go and see tomorrow.
We're £1.50 at my local in Middlesbrough yesterday
fauji78629/12/2019 22:37

Will go and see tomorrow.


I would be grateful if you could let me know what's left in Streatham store pl!
I just went in & got all the remaining stock. Will sell in my shop. Thanks guys!
Rizo30/12/2019 11:05

I would be grateful if you could let me know what's left in Streatham …I would be grateful if you could let me know what's left in Streatham store pl!


See comment below
Dealmessiah29/12/2019 17:54

Check the sell/useby date. I would bet they bought this for xmas 2018 and …Check the sell/useby date. I would bet they bought this for xmas 2018 and are flogging them off because they wont last another year.I say this, because the one I got before xmas was going white - a sign of milk chocolate that's aging.It's cheap for a reason.


Not sure where you get that from that it’s aging chocolate. The whiteness is caused by the cocoa butter separating “chocolate bloom” the chocolate is perfectly safe to eat as due to the high sugar content it’s pretty much non-perishable.
admittedly the whiteness makes it look less appetising but nothing to do with old chocolate.
Gingerdan30/12/2019 14:37

Not sure where you get that from that it’s aging chocolate. The whiteness i …Not sure where you get that from that it’s aging chocolate. The whiteness is caused by the cocoa butter separating “chocolate bloom” the chocolate is perfectly safe to eat as due to the high sugar content it’s pretty much non-perishable.admittedly the whiteness makes it look less appetising but nothing to do with old chocolate.


I didn't say it wasn't safe, just guessing that its chocolate that was probably bought a while ago and stored for a while.
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