Meridian Crunchy Peanut Butter 1 Kg just £4.50 to £4.99 @ Amazon / Active Care
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Meridian Crunchy Peanut Butter 1 Kg just £4.50 to £4.99 @ Amazon / Active Care

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Found 6th Jun 2015
Meridian 100% natural crunchy peanut butter 1KG just £4.50 to £4.99 delivered from Amazon.

Sold by Activecare Online (24,992 feedback 4.8 stars).

£8.99 for 2 tubs (£4.50 each) or £4.99 for one tub.

Not many left at this price, so grab them while you can.

Cheapest around if you just want a single or a couple of tubs delivered.

Enjoy!

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Comes up as £9.98 for 2 tubs?

Original Poster

Go to the other sellers section and it shows £8.99 delivered from Activecare.

Original Poster

Sorry, the £8.99 delivered for 2 tubs is this link:

amazon.co.uk/dp/…ZYZ

Original Poster

Main "go to deal" goes to the single tub.

do they mention about best before use by date ?

I wonder why I haven't yet tried this one. I have peanut butter co crunchy every day! How does it compare?

admando

I wonder why I haven't yet tried this one. I have peanut butter co … I wonder why I haven't yet tried this one. I have peanut butter co crunchy every day! How does it compare?



It's runny.

Is it true that the peanut is actually a legume rather than a nut? Hmm...

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rev6

It's runny.



What is; this one or peanut butter co?

escortboy

Is it true that the peanut is actually a legume rather than a nut? Hmm...


It's edible.

Original Poster

This one needs a good stir to begin with but is by far and away the best for you, plus it tastes lovely.

I always have about 4 tubs in the cupboard.

Delish!

£4 in Holland & Barrett

MegaGherkin

£4 in Holland & Barrett

Not in any of mine

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MegaGherkin

£4 in Holland & Barrett



No it's not...

jedijacobs

This one needs a good stir to begin with but is by far and away the best … This one needs a good stir to begin with but is by far and away the best for you, plus it tastes lovely.I always have about 4 tubs in the cupboard.Delish!


same here . when you first open the nut oil will have separated to the top which needs a thoroughly good mix as the bottom of the pot the pn butter has gone almost solid . it can get messy stirring it all back together but once done its probably the best tasting peanut butter out there and much healthier for you than the sugar/hyrdogenated fat loaded supermarket brands

rev6

It's runny.



It's needs a stir as the oil seperates. It's my favourite peanut butter...could live off of it

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Smuggling Pnuts

It's needs a stir as the oil seperates. It's my favourite peanut … It's needs a stir as the oil seperates. It's my favourite peanut butter...could live off of it



Just having some now...

Awaiting my 5 more 1Kg tubs to arrive!

Smuggling Pnuts

It's needs a stir as the oil seperates. It's my favourite peanut … It's needs a stir as the oil seperates. It's my favourite peanut butter...could live off of it



Yeah it does need a stir in but the consistency is always quite runny compared to supermarket peanut butter.

It's runny because it doesn't have palm oil in it, which is bad for the environment. It's good stuff this

Sentral

It's runny because it doesn't have palm oil in it, which is bad for the … It's runny because it doesn't have palm oil in it, which is bad for the environment. It's good stuff this



The person asked what the difference was and I told them. I'm not saying it's a bad thing lol...

Sentral

It's runny because it doesn't have palm oil in it, which is bad for the … It's runny because it doesn't have palm oil in it, which is bad for the environment. It's good stuff this


Whoa whoa whoa. Palm oil bad for the environment? No.
Chopping down rainforest to plant oil parts = bad for the environment

Perfect for my German whip

not too good to eat on its own or to use as a spread in my opinion but for people who look after themselves a bit more. Best used in protein shakes

none left boooo bn looking for a deal on this for a while. good find though op

Can only find 2x for £10.98, as the cheapest offer.

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avinine86

do they mention about best before use by date ?

I've ordered it at this price before, & also got great deal in 6 tubs for £20...the dates have always been great.
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