Morrisons Crunchy Peanut Butter, 700g £1 (Prime members Only) @ Amazon Pantry
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Morrisons Crunchy Peanut Butter, 700g £1 (Prime members Only) @ Amazon Pantry

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Found 1st Oct 2016Made hot 1st Oct 2016
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On the images for Crunchy it shows a 340g jar, but the rest of the details show 700g... I will be able to confirm when my order comes tomorrow.

£2.99 Delivery charge or free if you purchase any 4 items from amazon.co.uk/gp/…031

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I didn't even know Morrisons is selling on Amazon...or Amazon is selling Morrisons products???

sulace88

I didn't even know Morrisons is selling on Amazon...or Amazon is selling … I didn't even know Morrisons is selling on Amazon...or Amazon is selling Morrisons products???



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sulace88

I didn't even know Morrisons is selling on Amazon...or Amazon is selling … I didn't even know Morrisons is selling on Amazon...or Amazon is selling Morrisons products???


Yes they been doing it a few months and if your in London i think... You can try Amazon fresh.Amazon Pantry



Edited by: "Looking4Glitches" 1st Oct 2016

This item is exclusively for Prime members.


you might want to add that

sulace88

I didn't even know Morrisons is selling on Amazon...or Amazon is selling … I didn't even know Morrisons is selling on Amazon...or Amazon is selling Morrisons products???



Same myself oO

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thewongwing101

you might want to add that


sorry guys didn't spot that :s

No problem heat added
did you know peanut butter=guaranteed gold
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Edited by: "Wongy110" 1st Oct 2016

£2.99 delivery charge for prime and non prime customers you might want to add that on your description

COLD, contains palm oil

HEAT, contains palm oil

Can someone explain the problem/downside with palm oil? Thanks.

charliemike

Can someone explain the problem/downside with palm oil? Thanks.



Aggressive deforestation of orangutan natural habitation. If the video footage is to be believed these animals are usually burned alive, the survivors poisoned or shot. Generous estimates give Borneo, Sumatra and Malaysia around ten years before that entire ecosystem is wiped out due to intensive palm oil harvesting. Hence Meridian Peanut Butter's use of a cheerful primate on their labels

Spend accordingly...

Edited by: "CharlesCalthrop" 1st Oct 2016

http://www.ucsusa.org/sites/default/files/legacy/assets/images/gw/Palm-Oil-2-6-14-2216px-1.jpg

Thank you - didn't know that.

charliemike

Thank you - didn't know that.



Alas not uncommon. The first ten odd miles around the coast of Thailand (the part the tourists do not visit) has been turned into a series of artificial lagoons and pools given over to intensive prawn farming. Essentially the prawns are born and raised in battery fashion, fed on liquid pig manure (economical as pigs are raised on these farms too) and harvested once they reach the desired weight

Eat hearty
Edited by: "CharlesCalthrop" 1st Oct 2016

£2.99 for first delivery

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dealerxxx

£2.99 for first delivery



dealerxxx

£2.99 for first delivery


Have you tried adding 4 items from HERE

CharlesCalthrop

Aggressive deforestation of orangutan natural habitation. If the video … Aggressive deforestation of orangutan natural habitation. If the video footage is to be believed these animals are usually burned alive, the survivors poisoned or shot. Generous estimates give Borneo, Sumatra and Malaysia around ten years before that entire ecosystem is wiped out due to intensive palm oil harvesting. Hence Meridian Peanut Butter's use of a cheerful primate on their labels Spend accordingly...



​ Yeah, deforestation in Malaysia is fairly bad (Borneo should be added to this since whenever Westerners mention Borneo, they almost always mean the Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak rather than the Indonesian state of Kalimantan. And they definitely don't mean Brunei )

It's really bad in Indonesia though, slash and burn deforestation has been marked as the primary culprit for the really bad and overly regular occurrences of haze in Malaysia and Singapore.

the problem is beef not palm oil.

Palm oil is virtually a superfood now as it is a saturated non animal fat.

CharlesCalthrop

Alas not uncommon. The first ten odd miles around the coast of Thailand … Alas not uncommon. The first ten odd miles around the coast of Thailand (the part the tourists do not visit) has been turned into a series of artificial lagoons and pools given over to intensive prawn farming. Essentially the prawns are born and raised in battery fashion, fed on liquid pig manure (economical as pigs are raised on these farms too) and harvested once they reach the desired weight Eat hearty



Sounds like a recipe for another mad cow disease like epidemic....

Aside from all the ethical issues raised it's a fantastic deal which I've made full use of. Ordered a few other items including this yesterday and received a 700g jar today, all free delivery! I didn't spend more than 6 quid

Btw, thanks OP

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Loliscool

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Only 14 left in stock (more on the way) just now
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