Muller Corner /Rice /Light  Any 12 for £3.00 @ Asda
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Muller Corner /Rice /Light Any 12 for £3.00 @ Asda

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Muller Corner/Rice/Light any 12 for £3.00 @ Asda
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Will go to Asda tomorrow and see if it is in the store next to my house
Bought them today but no yellow tags as usual when they have offers on
Nancy_Liu-18181 h, 6 m ago

Will go to Asda tomorrow and see if it is in the store next to my house

why not check the store next to your house before you go asda?
Amazing offer
Yuck... Why do people even eat this Suggar overload nasty junkfood?
If you want to eat Yogurt, just get greek or make yourself + add all the fruits you want.

Don't be lazy....
Lots of varieties
When does this offer end
Good deal, I made use of it a few days ago. Plenty of choices!
supergirl235 m ago

When does this offer end


At 9: 35pm
Edited by: "akkybadi" 7th Jan
I remember when this used to be £1 for the pack.... Now £3 is considered a deal. 😊
6 for £3 at Tesco so good deal.
We keep seeing this deal in super markets. It is now in Asda.
Are these suitable for vegetarians
They are also doing the rice ones 12 for £3

@ Sam93. They contain gelatine, so probably not.
This has been posted in the last week or two! I know as I bought 12 !
Sam938 h, 56 m ago

Are these suitable for vegetarians


No, they use pork gelatine.
Brill for anyone doing Slimming World, these count as free foods. Shame Asda doesn’t do the cake flavours though.
thanks op good Deal
ASDA smart price rice pudding - 20p for 400g. Cheaper, less sugar (still high but you exercise, right?), tastes better.

ASDA Greek Style Natural Yogurt - 80p for 500g. Same price as above offer, no added sugar. 100g of this instead of a pot of muller is healthier, cheaper and will keep you full for longer.
Muller Corners and Muller Fruit Yoghurts have pectin in them. The Lite version (like most light youghurts) contain Gelatine.
Sam9312 h, 28 m ago

Are these suitable for vegetarians


not having a go at you Sam, this is a general observation / query.

I see this question asked often all over the place regarding "is it suitable for vegetarians/vegans/ is it kosher/halal" etc etc.

if the answer to this question is important/vital to you then are people really taking the word of a random poster (could even be a bot) on a random forum?

wouldn't one read through the ingredients and check the packaging and if still unsure go to the manufacturer?
pfpf5 m ago

not having a go at you Sam, this is a general observation / query.I see …not having a go at you Sam, this is a general observation / query.I see this question asked often all over the place regarding "is it suitable for vegetarians/vegans/ is it kosher/halal" etc etc.if the answer to this question is important/vital to you then are people really taking the word of a random poster (could even be a bot) on a random forum?wouldn't one read through the ingredients and check the packaging and if still unsure go to the manufacturer?


Its okay. I am aware that the light ones are not suitable as i have had a look in the past but was not sure about the ones in the picture.
Was in Colchester. Great deal, got some myself for work much better deal than the multipack
It’s got millet in it yeah, yeah, yeah.
When does this offer end?
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