Glenryck Maldives Eco Friendly Tuna Chunks In Brine 185g. approved foods. 5 for a £1
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Glenryck Maldives Eco Friendly Tuna Chunks In Brine 185g. approved foods. 5 for a £1

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Found 26th Jan 2012
Glenryck Maldives Eco Friendly Tuna Chunks In Brine 185g.


Best Before:30 Sep 2011
limted to 30 tins per person.
del is £5.25 per 25 kilos of items shipped.
they do have 5 bottles of 500ml coke a cola for £1 as well

If you add a item in the shipping discount range then this will come off the whole order.
so you will get free shipping.
- markvirgo
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Great price....but if it were really eco-friendly, what's with the cans.....
Best Before:30 Sep 2011 - is that a mistype ?
Hence the price !
Never tried the site before but have been tempted a few times.. how do they calculate delivery costs?
Is there anything in particular that wouldn't be safe past the best before date?
Original Poster
remember most tin foods lasts for years. army rations in tins have a shelf life of 10yrs.lol
approved foods sell foods close or after their best before dates which will not make you ill. it just means the foods not as good as before the date which the law says 12 months.
soft drinks have 12 months on them but last 18 monyjs before they go down hill. i should know as i used to work for a soft drink firm.
Original Poster
del costs is based on weight. first 25 kilos is £5.24 then £2.50 per 25 kilo box after. del is done by dpd.
you are informed when the del will be. on the morning of del a txt or email is sent with a 1hr time slot.
ive ordered from these before and they del within that 1hr.
Its cheaper than buying cat food and my cat will love it especially as ive added a few other things which are still in date so makes the delivery charge worth it
Tempted
If you add a item in the shipping discount range then this will come off the whole order.
so you will get free shipping.
LetoKynes

Never tried the site before but have been tempted a few times.. how do … Never tried the site before but have been tempted a few times.. how do they calculate delivery costs?Is there anything in particular that wouldn't be safe past the best before date?



condoms X)
LetoKynes

Never tried the site before but have been tempted a few times.. how do … Never tried the site before but have been tempted a few times.. how do they calculate delivery costs?Is there anything in particular that wouldn't be safe past the best before date?



dairy products I would avoid. any dried, jars, tins will be ok for years

ordered lots thanks
Edited by: "markvirgo" 26th Jan 2012
Tuna wow bargain cheers!
Yeah! Got some, thanks. Does Approved Food often do deals like this?! I never used them before
there's a fondue set for £5.99 that give free delivery on entire order, not wort5h £6 alone but worth the 74p it effectively costs when standard postage knocked off!
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