Kelloggs Fruit Loops 350g £1.50 @ Iceland Wellington Telford.
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Kelloggs Fruit Loops 350g £1.50 @ Iceland Wellington Telford.

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Found 10th Feb 2014
£2.79 @ Tesco & Sainsbury's, £2.28 @ Asda. N/A @ Morrisons.

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I think Aldi has them for slightly less.

"Everyone knows that Froot Loops are just gay Cheerios" - Bill Maher

My kids hated these.

Not as good as the American ones

These are awful, taste nothing like the American version

Was mightily disappointed in these..they're just sugary nothingness, really. Also read that UK Mountain Dew vs the US version are very different but I'm not a soda pop type person. More tea 'n' coffee

just the healthy start to the day we all need.......

louiselouise

Was mightily disappointed in these..they're just sugary nothingness, … Was mightily disappointed in these..they're just sugary nothingness, really. Also read that UK Mountain Dew vs the US version are very different but I'm not a soda pop type person. More tea 'n' coffee


Yes, it's true, both the EU-friendly versions of Fruit Loops and Mountain Dew are nowhere near as good as the American versions, but then again, less chance of diabetes.

AndrewRunagall

Yes, it's true, both the EU-friendly versions of Fruit Loops and Mountain … Yes, it's true, both the EU-friendly versions of Fruit Loops and Mountain Dew are nowhere near as good as the American versions, but then again, less chance of diabetes.

Im sure its the same with same with coca cola, pepsi (though even UK glass bottles taste amazing), mcdonalds, budweiser etc, I hate regional variations that are supposedly tailored to that particular markets taste. It should be one product made one way. I am also pretty sure that the UK mountain dew, that is marketed as a sort of energy drink here, actually has more sugar than the normal US one that is basically a sprite rival. Oh and aspartame is banned in the US, yet in the UK its rampant.
Edited by: "thabiz" 10th Feb 2014

I made a nice bird feeder out of these, as my children didn't like them. The birds wouldn't eat them either!! Lol.

thabiz

Oh and aspartame is banned in the US, yet in the UK its rampant.

No it isn't.
Edited by: "FoSho" 11th Feb 2014

FoSho

No it isn't.

Ok my bad, it seems im not the only one online that has heard it was banned. Either way that stuff is nasty, I only drink sugary drinks not that sugar free rubbish that makes up the majority of the shelf space.
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