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Kellogg's Crunchy Nut Corn Flakes Cereal (500g) ONLY £1.50 @ Iceland
Kellogg's Crunchy Nut Corn Flakes Cereal (500g) ONLY £1.50 @ Iceland

Kellogg's Crunchy Nut Corn Flakes Cereal (500g) ONLY £1.50 @ Iceland

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Kellogg's Crunchy Nut Corn Flakes Cereal (500g) ONLY £1.50

Ingredients

Maize, Sugar, Peanuts (7%), Barley Malt Flavouring, Molasses, Honey (1.5%), Salt, Vitamins & Minerals: Niacin, Iron, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), Vitamin B1 (Thiamin), Folic Acid, Vitamin B12

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Full of sugar. Not healthy. No fat but sugar causes diabetes, obesity and tooth decay. They would not tell you that .

sam_of_london

Full of sugar. Not healthy. No fat but sugar causes diabetes, obesity … Full of sugar. Not healthy. No fat but sugar causes diabetes, obesity and tooth decay. They would not tell you that .


OMG I almost hit the BUY button - thanx!

Was going to buy some for the "food bank trolley" thank you Sam for saving them from a slow lingering death from sugar as opposed to the government.

sam_of_london

Full of sugar. Not healthy. No fat but sugar causes diabetes, obesity … Full of sugar. Not healthy. No fat but sugar causes diabetes, obesity and tooth decay. They would not tell you that .



Yeah....... And alcohol can cause liver disease, yet you've posted an alcohol deal. What's your point?

By the way, hot deal..... I love Crunchy Nut cornflakes and at this price, I'll risk my teeth!

1kg Crunchy nut £3 @ sainsburys

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1kg Crunchy nut £3 @ sainsburys



​I prefer £1.50 for 500g.....

sam_of_london

Full of sugar. Not healthy. No fat but sugar causes diabetes, obesity … Full of sugar. Not healthy. No fat but sugar causes diabetes, obesity and tooth decay. They would not tell you that .


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Why on earth do they put so much sugar?

The comments some people post LOL

ktm666

Yeah....... And alcohol can cause liver disease, yet you've posted an … Yeah....... And alcohol can cause liver disease, yet you've posted an alcohol deal. What's your point?



​Alcohol comes with warning and not for children. Sugar comes with no warning and always marketed to children. Make the young generation fat and diseased to help the unethical food industry.

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​Ask the millions suffering in this country from diabetes, tooth decay and obesity. What was their fault? . No one warned them about the harmful effects of sugar until it was too late . You can ignore now but later one day when sick yourself, you will realise . Sugar is very cheap compared to fresh fruits and vegetables so every processed food in this country is full of it.

sam_of_london

​Ask the millions suffering in this country from diabetes, tooth decay a … ​Ask the millions suffering in this country from diabetes, tooth decay and obesity. What was their fault? . No one warned them about the harmful effects of sugar until it was too late . You can ignore now but later one day when sick yourself, you will realise . Sugar is very cheap compared to fresh fruits and vegetables so every processed food in this country is full of it.



Sorry but that's a bit of a silly narrative that you're creating here. 1kg of sugar might be cheaper than 1kg of grapes or strawberries but you're almost literally comparing apples and oranges. Pure sugar might be cheap yes but eating processed food and food high in sugar is not cheaper than a decent diet that's high in fruit and veg. You can buy 1 chocolate bar for about 70p, I can buy 1kg of bananas or 1kg of carrots or a whole lettuce for 70p and I'd have change.

No one knew sugar was bad for them? That too much cake and chocolate was unhealthy and too many sweets can help rot your teeth? There wasn't a single bit of government advice advising people to limit foods high in sugar? Let's not pretend we're all innocent victims here.

Not every processed food is "full of sugar" and you forget that sugar is actually a seasoning. Food companies don't just have people twirling moustaches and laughing manically whilst they pour silos of sugar into whatever they're making. They do market research, taste tests etc, they want to make a product that tastes good just as I'm sure people want to eat tasty things. No recommends eating processed food constantly, in moderation there is no significant concern.

Processed food also tends to be high in fat and salt, a bit of sugar isn't as much of a concern if you compare it to those in my opinion. Have we got to a stage where people are picking up a microwaveable meal with 800kcal, 50g of fat, 2.5g of salt and being more shocked at the 4 teaspoons of sugar, including naturally occurring ones, in it?

Not bad

sam_of_london

​Alcohol comes with warning and not for children. Sugar comes with no w … ​Alcohol comes with warning and not for children. Sugar comes with no warning and always marketed to children. Make the young generation fat and diseased to help the unethical food industry.



Ah, so you're part of the public that believes a sign or warning makes everything ok.
Alcohol isn't for children? So you say Boone under the age of 18 drinks? Or are you saying that adults aren't allowed to eat these?
All crap. If there is a hole in the ground and you fall into it because you didn't see is as there wasn't a health and safety sign in place, your an idiot. Like wise, everyone chooses what they drink and eat and suffer the consequences or reap the benefits.
Anyway, most children don't do the weekly shopping anyway, so the adults are making the decision what the kids eat so your argument is a non starter.

I'm boycotting Kelloggs a company run by SJW, funded black lives matter to the tune of $1 million, products are very unhealthy anyway.

ktm666

Ah, so you're part of the public that believes a sign or warning makes … Ah, so you're part of the public that believes a sign or warning makes everything ok.Alcohol isn't for children? So you say Boone under the age of 18 drinks? Or are you saying that adults aren't allowed to eat these? All crap. If there is a hole in the ground and you fall into it because you didn't see is as there wasn't a health and safety sign in place, your an idiot. Like wise, everyone chooses what they drink and eat and suffer the consequences or reap the benefits.Anyway, most children don't do the weekly shopping anyway, so the adults are making the decision what the kids eat so your argument is a non starter.


Well said, sounds like a typical Daily Mail reader, the sort of person who refuses to accept to take responsibility for their own ignorance.

I bet they are great fun at a party, that is if anyone ever invites them to one.
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