Kellogg's Crunchy Nut Cornflakes 750g £1.49 @ Farmfoods
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Kellogg's Crunchy Nut Cornflakes 750g £1.49 @ Farmfoods

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Found 4th Jan 2016
In the latest Farmfoods Ad that comes through the door - this was one of the offers that stood out for me:

750g box of Kelloggs Crunchy Nut Corn Flakes for £1.49. Instore obviously - loads in my local (Dunfermline).
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try eating a mouthful of sugar, sorry this stuff is just too sickly sweet.
download the sugar smart app ...
xavierseb1

try eating a mouthful of sugar, sorry this stuff is just too sickly … try eating a mouthful of sugar, sorry this stuff is just too sickly sweet.download the sugar smart app ...



They have sugar on offer as well if you'd prefer that:

hotukdeals.com/dea…406

oO
Lol doods.

Thanks for posting I'll go tomorrow to pick a couple. They are sugary but sometimes I do like eating them.
xavierseb1

try eating a mouthful of sugar, sorry this stuff is just too sickly … try eating a mouthful of sugar, sorry this stuff is just too sickly sweet.download the sugar smart app ...



​there was a deal on here a while back for 'a life', should've snapped one up at the time rather than worry about sugar content of a breakfast cereal!
I missed Morrisons 3 for £5 Kellogg's offer. This one will do.

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Same deal in Asda Birkenhead, got 3 packets, what a deal!
itsdavidjones1984

​there was a deal on here a while back for 'a life', should've snapped o … ​there was a deal on here a while back for 'a life', should've snapped one up at the time rather than worry about sugar content of a breakfast cereal!


LOL. Food Stasi strike again.
Hardly any honey in this at all. That's why they renamed from Honey Nut to Crunchy nut. May as well be Frosties with a different colour. It's like eating a bowl of sugar in milk.
A1M

Hardly any honey in this at all. That's why they renamed from Honey Nut … Hardly any honey in this at all. That's why they renamed from Honey Nut to Crunchy nut. May as well be Frosties with a different colour. It's like eating a bowl of sugar in milk.



I don't recall these ever being called honey nut in the UK. Less than 3 teaspoons of sugar is not exactly a bowl of sugar. Some people put that in their coffee. X)
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