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Maltesers,M&M's,Minstrels Pouches 135g Just £1 @ Sainsbury's
Maltesers,M&M's,Minstrels Pouches 135g Just £1 @ Sainsbury's

Maltesers,M&M's,Minstrels Pouches 135g Just £1 @ Sainsbury's

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The lighter way to enjoy chocolate...

Chocolates with crisp, light honeycombed centres (23%).

A portion (37g standard bag) contains Calories 187kcal 9%, Sugars 19.7g 22%, Fat 9.3g 13%, Saturates 5.6g 28%, Salt 0.13g 2%.
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Voted hot as you only get 120gms in poundland, for yes a £. My dog love's em.

Banned

You shouldn't give a dog chocolate as it is poison to dogs.

Offer in Sainsburys until 20 July

In Asda 3 for £3 until 31 December

Info from MySupermarket.co.uk

But... dogs love poison right... :P

Banned

Only while they are still alive

Off topic, but regarding the dogs and chocolate, yes it is toxic, whether or not it kills the dog depends on size of dog and strength of chocolate (ie darkness of chocolate). Maltesers actually don't contain that much chocolate, especially if the dog is only having the odd one. (Not that maltesers are good for us or dogs as a snack!!)

Click here for info or google it.

My old dog used to eat kebabs, pears, cucumber, dirty socks and carrier bags. By that point she was too full to eat chocolate

I imagine the usual chocolate bars are fine because they contain barely any chocolate at all, its all sugar in todays chocolate. You only have to eat a Green and Blacks to see what chocolate really tastes like, more intense. I tried it and realised I was addicted to sugar and went back to the normal bars.

Incidently I imagine the dog used to eat the socks to take away the taste of the pears and so on

I'm always quite opinionated when it comes to sweet and drink prices. I remember big bags costing just under £1 only 6 years or so ago, now you'd be hard pressed to find big bags for under £1.30. I was in town earlier, and popped into a small newsagents I used to visit as a kid, and was astonished to see their prices now. £2.19 for a regular Red Bull can, £1.29 for regular bottles of pop. 60p+ for sweets (Mars bars etc). I think on one hand it's ridiculous, but on the other, it's great because it might deter parents from buying it for their children.

Either way, it's a good price, so heated.

Peanut M&Ms are also in this offer I think - or rather I paid £1 at the weekend for a pack which was about 75p off.

Chocolate balls in a pouch. just what i need. hot

Original Poster

TheYeti

Offer in Sainsburys until 20 JulyIn Asda 3 for £3 until 31 DecemberInfo … Offer in Sainsburys until 20 JulyIn Asda 3 for £3 until 31 DecemberInfo from MySupermarket.co.uk



The 3 for £3 at Asda are smaller packs though. 135g. Listed HERE.

|Shaz|

Chocolate balls in a pouch. just what i need. hot



Just make sure you dont get em near your fish and chips or you will end up with chocolate salty balls

I will get my coat

Love these, I had the deal while in Tesco's about a month ago, will have to nip down.

BulldogNo1

The 3 for £3 at Asda are smaller packs though. 135g. Listed HERE.



No, the 3 for £3 at Asda are the same size as the Sainsbury ones. It appears to be the Co-op ones at £1 each that are smaller. Sainsbury ones are reduced to £1 each, while Asda are selling at the normal price for an individual bag but 3 for £3 (which is, obviously, £1 per bag).

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r_holmes22

No, the 3 for £3 at Asda are the same size as the Sainsbury ones. It … No, the 3 for £3 at Asda are the same size as the Sainsbury ones. It appears to be the Co-op ones at £1 each that are smaller. Sainsbury ones are reduced to £1 each, while Asda are selling at the normal price for an individual bag but 3 for £3 (which is, obviously, £1 per bag).



Thanks mate, you're right. Both Sainsbury's and Asda are 135g.
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