mega marshmallows fat free 700g £2 @ tesco
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mega marshmallows fat free 700g £2 @ tesco

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Found 10th Jun 2016
Tesco in store and online 28/06/16.

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Offer valid from 8/6/2016 until 28/6/2016

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Fat free and only 71% sugar....

Love these

Do they contain gelatine? I am always hopeful for veggie ones!

Aoifesmummy

Do they contain gelatine? I am always hopeful for veggie ones!


Yeah Mega Marshmallows contain pork geletine so not suitable for vegetarians or vegan.

andreocean

Yeah Mega Marshmallows contain pork geletine so not suitable for … Yeah Mega Marshmallows contain pork geletine so not suitable for vegetarians or vegan.



Vegetarians or vegans couldn't lift a marshmallow all the way to their mouth anyway.

Wow! They're cheaper than those (or something very similar) in B&M. "Mega" ones are great for toasting, bbq, etc.
And, for me, pork gelatin is preferable to beef gelatin ('bovine' - remember BSE concerns?), although veggie gelatin would be best.
Great spot, OP!

Edited by: "sjs31" 10th Jun 2016

Great deal. sure they are normally two bags for £6 when on offer so this is a bargain. good spot!

Aoifesmummy

Do they contain gelatine? I am always hopeful for veggie ones!


Tesco do fruit jellies, sweets suitable for vegetarians on special just now for £1.50 in a plastic container in the world food section.

"fat free"

Are these 'fat free' on a technicality like the lucozade Zero Calories that has 3.8Kcal per 100ml??

there's the equivalent of 124 sugar cubes in this bag

Fat free? What's so bad about eating fat? Fat doesn't cause diabetes.

SkyeVincent

Are these 'fat free' on a technicality like the lucozade Zero Calories … Are these 'fat free' on a technicality like the lucozade Zero Calories that has 3.8Kcal per 100ml??



I thought it was just advertised as zero sugar. A 20kcal drink might aswell be zero calories.

yrreb88

I thought it was just advertised as zero sugar. A 20kcal drink might … I thought it was just advertised as zero sugar. A 20kcal drink might aswell be zero calories.



No I noticed this the other day with Pink Lemonade

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Clearly says Zero calories on the bottle but ingredients say otherwise. Not a lot of calories but still pretty bad.
Edited by: "Smelly_Pickle" 11th Jun 2016

Smelly_Pickle

No I noticed this the other day with Pink … No I noticed this the other day with Pink Lemonade[img]http://img01.thedrum.com/styles/news_article_lightbox/s3/news/tmp/85019/lucozade_zero.jpg?itok=hEo41I-a[/img] Clearly says Zero calories on the bottle but ingredients say otherwise. Not a lot of calories but still pretty bad.



Ah fair enough. There will probably be a legal loophole where if the calories are below a certain limit, you can label it as zero calorie when it's technically not calorie free. I think Coke diet/Zero do the same thing now that I think about it.

Obviously these are horrific in sugar content but I got some for my daughters birthday party recently and the five yr olds LOVED them, great novelty value and cheap for a special treat

very good taste too. Hot

Laughable that they concentrate on the 'fat free' element when this is almost 75% sugar!

kiwigirl

Obviously these are horrific in sugar content but I got some for my … Obviously these are horrific in sugar content but I got some for my daughters birthday party recently and the five yr olds LOVED them, great novelty value and cheap for a special treat



Overload the little darlings on sugar & send them home with their parents for the eventually crash & irritability.

Well done!

Lots of sugar......... oO

Yum!

Fat free

I read this and thought of the Marshmallows man from Ghostbusters, just saying!
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