Kelloggs Cornflakes 1.2 kg - £2.50 @ Asda (instore)
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Kelloggs Cornflakes 1.2 kg - £2.50 @ Asda (instore)

£2.50£3.9937%Asda Deals
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Found 11th FebEdited by:"HYPPIA"
The Original and the best Kellogg's Cornflakes 1.2 kg, contains 2 bags inside to maintain the freshness. In Asda Stores nationwide !
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Also online, and they have Kellogg's crunchy nut cornflakes for the same price.
Great deal for those doing the twenty minute 1.2kg corn flake charity challenge.
They must be really struggling against Aldi and Lidl, in terms of how much market share they've taken from Kellogg's. I never buy Kellogg's branded stuff now. Kellogg's is better, but it's very marginal, in fairness, I hardly notice.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 11th Feb
These are great but is it just me when I say they don’t half make you fart 😷
Delightful deal there. Heat
Thank you for posting this deal. I bought 4 boxes.
tightar5e11th Feb

They must be really struggling against Aldi and Lidl, in terms of how much …They must be really struggling against Aldi and Lidl, in terms of how much market share they've taken from Kellogg's. I never buy Kellogg's branded stuff now. Kellogg's is better, but it's very marginal, in fairness, I hardly notice.


I never really found any other cornflakes that taste similar but main issue is all the others taste like they are abit under cooked and soggy which ones have u got that taste similar or aren't soggy.
I'm so happy I have hit above 500 degrees for the first time. Thank You Everyone ! :D8)
HYPPIA12th Feb

I'm so happy I have hit above 500 degrees for the first time. Thank You …I'm so happy I have hit above 500 degrees for the first time. Thank You Everyone ! :D8)


Glad i raised you.
Heated, though I switched to the Tesco Value ones long ago and don't find them at all inferior, despite what the branding may suggest. I often find that brand image and clever marketing prevails over any difference in actual content, as is the case with many food products.
MynameisM12th Feb

I never really found any other cornflakes that taste similar but main …I never really found any other cornflakes that taste similar but main issue is all the others taste like they are abit under cooked and soggy which ones have u got that taste similar or aren't soggy.


Tesco one is really nice if that is closer to you.
HellriderUKDeals6910 m ago

Tesco one is really nice if that is closer to you.


Agree,Tesco version is really good and cheap all year round.
super...790g for 2 quid is a good offer this much better
FAMILYGUY1 h, 36 m ago

Agree,Tesco version is really good and cheap all year round.


Is that there cheapest ones the tesco everyday ones or the next ones up in price.
PennyTrader11th Feb

These are great but is it just me when I say they don’t half make you fart …These are great but is it just me when I say they don’t half make you fart 😷



No, just you JFP.
MynameisM4 h, 22 m ago

Is that there cheapest ones the tesco everyday ones or the next ones up in …Is that there cheapest ones the tesco everyday ones or the next ones up in price.


The next one up from everyday value. I have also tried the everyday value ones and they are good for the price.
Crunchy nut are much nicer especially in hot milk
SalmanOrange53 m ago

Crunchy nut are much nicer especially in hot milk


they are like what 34-36grams of sugar per 100g? And that's just PURE SUGGAR ADDED to them with no purpose other than make you crave them..


Avoid this nasty junk, this kelloggs isn't much better as well..
The only decent cereal is the Tesco own brand which sells for 45p per 500g , those are close to Pure cornflakes with nothing really added to them, tastes much nicer as well... the price is just an added bonus!
Edited by: "Tom_Reys" 22nd Feb
If 1.2kg doesn’t stop you masturbating nothing will
Thank You everyone for the heat !.
Tom_Reys22nd Feb

they are like what 34-36grams of sugar per 100g? And that's just PURE …they are like what 34-36grams of sugar per 100g? And that's just PURE SUGGAR ADDED to them with no purpose other than make you crave them.


Not like anyone eats 100g? Servings are usually 30g-50g which equates to 11g-18g of sugar or two to four teaspoons of sugar; a can of pepsi has 36g of sugar. The purpose is to make it taste good and it does.
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