IRN-BRU Soft Drink Cans, 330 ml, Pack of 24 - £6.00 - Exclusively for Amazon Prime members.
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IRN-BRU Soft Drink Cans, 330 ml, Pack of 24 - £6.00 - Exclusively for Amazon Prime members.

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Found 6th Jan
Recipe will soon be changed. A last opportunity to get that real sugary taste



IRN-BRU. The original recipe soft drink launched in 1901.

Uplifting and refreshing, IRN-BRU's unique combination of 32 flavours delivers the brand's indescribable and phenomenal taste.

With a spirit that's as bold as its taste. You can't describe it because there's nothing like it.
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and only 9 teaspoons of sugar per can
Edited by: "xeroc" 6th Jan
£5 a crate in Farmfoods, for the moment
I would rather eat sugar than aspartame
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and only 9 teaspoons of sugar per can
Edited by: "xeroc" 6th Jan
the sugar free version is £5.70 - even better !!
£5 a crate in Farmfoods, for the moment
xeroc5 m ago

and only 9 teaspoons of sugar per can



Yumm-y
majestic20121 m ago

£5 a crate in Farmfoods, for the moment


i don't have a Farmfoods within an hours drive of me so this one is fine !
Get them quick and sell them on eBay once they've changed the sugar content

bbc.co.uk/new…363
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flintstone2 m ago

Get them quick and sell them on eBay once they've changed the sugar …Get them quick and sell them on eBay once they've changed the sugar contenthttp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-42565363


Perhaps offer a SNES mini classic in the package to ensure a healthy profit
4 cans for £1 at co-op
I would rather eat sugar than aspartame
When are they going to change the recipe for fried Mars bars?
If your a fan of iron bru stock up because there changing the recipe soon , cutting a lot of sugar also there was a article in the paper not long ago
pavel7612 m ago

4 cans for £1 at co-op


So works out exactly the same. Brilliant.
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rsmorbitsound5 m ago

So works out exactly the same. Brilliant.


Not for the true sugary fizzy drink aficionado. The co-op deal involves getting out and about and some form of physical exercise.
OOS
They have them at Iceland for £6 as well
Are they stopping making it using girders then?
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Steveyorkie18 m ago

OOS


Not showing as OOS for me, in fact I can get it delivered within 2 hours using prime now.
Edited by: "OllieSt" 6th Jan
£6 also at Heron foods if you have a Heron food near you.
Comes from a long line of Fanny’s!
DigitalReaper57 m ago

I would rather eat sugar than aspartame



The sugar-free version contains Acesulfame K and Aspartame apparently. While not keen on the sound of those, I don't think sweetener harm is proven whereas there is overwhelming evidence that excess sugar causes obesity, diabetes and tooth decay.

Best to read the advice from a reliable source, like the NHS: nhs.uk/Liv…spx
This price in Farmfoods.Full fat ,diet and my fave Xtra Irn bru
Been this price for months on amazon and prime now
MarkShopper28 m ago

The sugar-free version contains Acesulfame K and Aspartame apparently. …The sugar-free version contains Acesulfame K and Aspartame apparently. While not keen on the sound of those, I don't think sweetener harm is proven whereas there is overwhelming evidence that excess sugar causes obesity, diabetes and tooth decay.Best to read the advice from a reliable source, like the NHS: https://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/Goodfood/Pages/the-truth-about-artificial-sweeteners.aspx


Sugar does not cause diabetes. Eating too much protein can causes obesity, obesity is basically too many calories, you can get obese from eating nothing but lettuce. Tooth decay is solved by brushing your teeth. So basically sugar is fine. Where as I wouldn't gamble on eating sweeteners, not enough research on them.

Change ingredients all you want, fat people are gonna be fat.
Edited by: "DigitalReaper" 6th Jan
Thanks, was out of stock when I looked yesterday
MarkShopper28 m ago

The sugar-free version contains Acesulfame K and Aspartame apparently. …The sugar-free version contains Acesulfame K and Aspartame apparently. While not keen on the sound of those, I don't think sweetener harm is proven whereas there is overwhelming evidence that excess sugar causes obesity, diabetes and tooth decay.Best to read the advice from a reliable source, like the NHS: https://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/Goodfood/Pages/the-truth-about-artificial-sweeteners.aspx



Not proof enough, its like the e cig debate with that people say as its early days theres no evidence of long term damage so ban it anyway, with sweetners they say "oh well theres no proof of long term damage so lets just use it" well considering it hasn't been used long enough mainstream the evidence can't be "proven" yet

Either way banning e cigs saves NHS potential money so thats why its banned, they can potentially save money by having less overweight people so encourage sweetners.

So cynically enough its not for our own benefit!
The sugar industry blocked research linking sucrose to heart disease and cancer from publication 50 YEARS ago, damning report reveals
  • The researchers at the University of California at San Francisco have uncovered data showing the sugar industry hid research linking sugar to cancer in 1968
  • New documents show the Sugar Association funded an animal experiment called Project 259 to evaluate sucrose's effects on cardiovascular health
  • But when the data showed a clear link between sucrose and poor heart health, they pulled the plug
  • The researchers say that, had this paper been published in 1968, it would have led to scrutiny and even regulation of sugar by the FDA

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Edited by: "seb" 6th Jan
xeroc1 h, 46 m ago

and only 9 teaspoons of sugar per can


Still (slightly) less than Coke!
Don't they sell a 4 pack in Poundland which translates to the same price per can?
Although I'd imagine this is more for convenience/bulk buying. =l
£5 in Asda
MarkShopper35 m ago

The sugar-free version contains Acesulfame K and Aspartame apparently. …The sugar-free version contains Acesulfame K and Aspartame apparently. While not keen on the sound of those, I don't think sweetener harm is proven whereas there is overwhelming evidence that excess sugar causes obesity, diabetes and tooth decay.Best to read the advice from a reliable source, like the NHS: https://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/Goodfood/Pages/the-truth-about-artificial-sweeteners.aspx


Don't dispute any of that but the key fact is that aspartame tastes foul. I suppose I should be grateful as it's growing ubiquity drives me away from sweet drinks.
Used my sample box credit to pay for it! Thanks
Is the change going to affect the taste that much?
abdiman3 m ago

Is the change going to affect the taste that much?


Most likely just like every other drink what does it

Also sorry to say but Sweetners cause cancer.
People are being fed a government lie, replacing natural ingredients with chemicals isn't healthier lol

The Government just wants to make all the food artificial, nothing natural about food in the future, it's going to be just chemicals
DealsIUsed20 m ago

Don't they sell a 4 pack in Poundland which translates to the same price …Don't they sell a 4 pack in Poundland which translates to the same price per can?Although I'd imagine this is more for convenience/bulk buying. =l


But it's delivered also they are changing the recipe so people are rushing to stock up since it's the end of the good taste
£5 in Asda. See them this morning
I view the sugar industry the same way I do at the tobacco industry. I think if the facts weren’t supressed then our supermarket shelves would look a lot different and we would have a much healthier population as well as many lives saved.

There have been many studies and subsequent re-evaluation of those studies that show sweeteners aren't a health risk. Those who scaremonger over sweeteners are the same type of people who are responsible for the recent flu deaths, albeit through ignorance rather than malice.
£5 for 24 in Asda.
tooner15 m ago

I view the sugar industry the same way I do at the tobacco industry. I …I view the sugar industry the same way I do at the tobacco industry. I think if the facts weren’t supressed then our supermarket shelves would look a lot different and we would have a much healthier population as well as many lives saved. There have been many studies and subsequent re-evaluation of those studies that show sweeteners aren't a health risk. Those who scaremonger over sweeteners are the same type of people who are responsible for the recent flu deaths, albeit through ignorance rather than malice.


Nothing wrong with eating sugar. As long as it's in within reason and you aren't a couch potato. A bit like everything. Too many apples will make you fat.
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