Limited Edition Kellogg's Unicorn Froot Loops £2.00 at Asda!
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Limited Edition Kellogg's Unicorn Froot Loops £2.00 at Asda!

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Found 21st Sep 2017
The unicorn faze is here to stay and now its hitting our cereal!!

I'm not gonna lie, I probably will try these. One things for sure, once your kids start hearing about them, they'll probably want to try them too. At £2.00 a box they're not a bad price either.

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Are these suitable for veg
amzzzzyyyy17 m ago

Are these suitable for veg


They substitute veg.... 1 of your 5 a day
amzzzzyyyy1 h, 22 m ago

Are these suitable for veg


If you've got time to comment why can't you simply click the link and read for yourself?
Just a tad silly for everyone that does this.
Rubbish product reaches 280 degrees in 3 hours! If you ever wanted proof that this site is crooked then this is it!
ADirtyOldClown38 m ago

If you've got time to comment why can't you simply click the link and read …If you've got time to comment why can't you simply click the link and read for yourself? Just a tad silly for everyone that does this.

Just did thank you you dirty clown
That is just sugar in a colourful box
Not available for all online delivery’s
Tastes like crap, my 3 yo was really happy to get them, took 1 bite and won't touch them since. I don't blame her
are froot loops still on sale here? when they finally launched 3 years ago they were really, really bad...
i bought several boxes as well!
not sure I will risk these if its just the same terrible taste...
stressedman6 h, 1 m ago

are froot loops still on sale here? when they finally launched 3 years ago …are froot loops still on sale here? when they finally launched 3 years ago they were really, really bad...i bought several boxes as well!not sure I will risk these if its just the same terrible taste...



they are more or less the same as the ones that relaunched last time and failed. All they have done is replaced the green loops with pink ones still only the three colours. To be honest they will never taste the same as american ones alot of this is to do with the strict rules we have in UK on ingredients vs lax rules in america.
Lacking taste, looks like Kellogg's spent more time on designing the box.
From the sounds of the taste reviews on here "froot loops" must be code for what unicorns leave trailing behind them.
mgb2022 h, 5 m ago

Rubbish product reaches 280 degrees in 3 hours! If you ever wanted proof …Rubbish product reaches 280 degrees in 3 hours! If you ever wanted proof that this site is crooked then this is it!

​Voted hot just cos of what you wrote.
mittromney2 h, 37 m ago

​Voted hot just cos of what you wrote.


You're the type of person who thinks a Polo mint is a hot meal!
jordanc9323 h, 0 m ago

they are more or less the same as the ones that relaunched last time and …they are more or less the same as the ones that relaunched last time and failed. All they have done is replaced the green loops with pink ones still only the three colours. To be honest they will never taste the same as american ones alot of this is to do with the strict rules we have in UK on ingredients vs lax rules in america.


thanks for the info. I used to love the american version, but they will probably give you cancer, if you beleive what you read online about the yellow food colouring etc.

I worry about these food rules going out the window once we leave the EU, there will be no rules over what can be put in foods... I can be happy aobut getting american froot loops and mountain dew I guess
stressedman3 h, 37 m ago

thanks for the info. I used to love the american version, but they will …thanks for the info. I used to love the american version, but they will probably give you cancer, if you beleive what you read online about the yellow food colouring etc.I worry about these food rules going out the window once we leave the EU, there will be no rules over what can be put in foods... I can be happy aobut getting american froot loops and mountain dew I guess


I know, I wonder how all those hundreds of millions of cancerous Americans cope with their food choices
In all seriousness - one of the things I hope the UK does is allow the importation of US food / drink. The reason these USA food shops are open is because there is a market for it and people want flavour. No-one wants EU cardboard flavour fruit loops, Kraft mac and cheese which taste like a can of beans, or 'Wotsit' Cheetos.
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