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Sooo small now I’d need at least 3 packs of four
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Sooo small now I’d need at least 3 packs of four
39.4g... how desperate are they to make a profit... why not just do a 40g bar...
I'll give you some heat mate!
Arnt they always this price in Poundland?
SweatySock01/02/2020 21:41

39.4g... how desperate are they to make a profit... why not just do a 40g …39.4g... how desperate are they to make a profit... why not just do a 40g bar...


Will it be to do with legislation or something? Maybe if they where that little bit bigger then then they have to pay more tax? I’m not sure, but in fairness chocolates cheaper now than it was 15 years ago. The ingredients cost more now, minimum wage is 40% higher and they still need to make a profit. I think £1 for over 158g of mars bar is a good deal.

Aslong as your over 25 it means if you work 8 minutes you’ll be able to afford a packet of mars bars, 8 minutes work at national minimum wage in 2005 wouldn’t have got you 158g of mars bar.

And people say the conservatives do nothing for the working class.
Edited by: "Hungryhorris" 1st Feb
It's largely due to government guidelines from 2017 to reduce the amount of sugar in sweets by 20%, to try to tackle childhood obesity.

independent.co.uk/new…tml

Previously they were 51g and back in the 1990s, 65g - I suspect kids today just eat 2 of the new ones rather than one of the old 65g ones, hēnce actually increasing their sugar intake.
Trickster01/02/2020 23:53

It's largely due to government guidelines from 2017 to reduce the amount …It's largely due to government guidelines from 2017 to reduce the amount of sugar in sweets by 20%, to try to tackle childhood obesity.https://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/chocolate-bar-20-per-cent-smaller-sugar-reduction-mars-kitkat-dairy-milk-childhood-obesity-a7564131.htmlPreviously they were 51g and back in the 1990s, 65g - I suspect kids today just eat 2 of the new ones rather than one of the old 65g ones, hēnce actually increasing their sugar intake.



And profits since they are buying twice as much.
89p in Aldi
£1 in Lidl too..
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