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Grenade Carb Killa Spread £1.88 instore @ Asda (Leigh)
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Grenade Carb Killa Spread £1.88 instore @ Asda (Leigh)

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369° Expired
Grenade Carb Killa Spread £1.88 instore @ Asda (Leigh)
Posted 11th Sep 2020Available: North West (Greater Manchester)

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

White Chocolate Cookie version.Found on clearance in the Leigh store. Lots of other reduced items dotted throughout the store. These were on a clearance shelf down by the cereals in that particular store.
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More than likely just this store, thing mine stopped selling it a while ago
Toon_army11/09/2020 18:39

More than likely just this store, thing mine stopped selling it a while ago



been a lot of protein stuff on clearance in Asda lately, bars, powders and drinks etc. they still have this for buying on their website, so maybe it's just whatever stores still stock it. don't know why they'd get rid though, it's a popular flavour if it was a packaging thing they'd have got rid of all of them. so must be something to do with just the white chocolate cookie one
Heat added op, thanks
Genuinely interested to know what the point of this stuff is? Surely you spread it on carbs, so it defeats the object? Or is this a way of generally reducing carbs/sugar intake?

The only thing I can think of having this stuff on (if aiming for minimal carbs) is some kind of protein pancake.
Martin_Smithson11/09/2020 22:52

Genuinely interested to know what the point of this stuff is? Surely you …Genuinely interested to know what the point of this stuff is? Surely you spread it on carbs, so it defeats the object? Or is this a way of generally reducing carbs/sugar intake?The only thing I can think of having this stuff on (if aiming for minimal carbs) is some kind of protein pancake.


Lot of ideas on Grenades site. Things like pancakes, mousses and cookies to name a few things

grenade.com/uk/…pes

grenade.com/uk/…ies

grenade.com/uk/…sse
Edited by: "wiggywig" 11th Sep
It's designed to separate morons from their money
Hot because it is a deal. I get the point of eating this instead of Nutella, I have done it, but people shouldn't be fooled, neither option is good at all. Grenade still has loads of oil and to be fair maltitol is not better than sugar (maybe for diabetics is a game changer), same calories at the end of the day, and little scientific evidence to prove whether it is any good.
If you see the ingredient list, the original price is unjustifiable, but this goes for most dietary supplements.
Hot, still.
Edited by: "Swidc" 12th Sep
Martin_Smithson11/09/2020 22:52

Genuinely interested to know what the point of this stuff is? Surely you …Genuinely interested to know what the point of this stuff is? Surely you spread it on carbs, so it defeats the object? Or is this a way of generally reducing carbs/sugar intake?The only thing I can think of having this stuff on (if aiming for minimal carbs) is some kind of protein pancake.


The whole supplement industry is a false economy. Aside from good quality whey concentrate/ isolate the majority of stuff just sells because it states high in protein and low in carbs. Test boosters are the best example. Total rubbish and if they did what people are made to believe they do then you wouldn't be able to buy them of over the counter
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