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Nescafe Azera Coffee To Go Latte 4 Cup 90G £2 @ Tesco
Nescafe Azera Coffee To Go Latte 4 Cup 90G £2 @ Tesco

Nescafe Azera Coffee To Go Latte 4 Cup 90G £2 @ Tesco

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A blend of Instant Coffee, finely ground roasted coffee beans with Skimmed Milk Powder, Sugar and Vegetable Oil.
NESCAFE Azera Coffee To Go Latte
Be Your Own Barista
A tasteful blend of expertly roasted, finely ground coffee beans topped off with a velevty froth.
Better than half price and cheaper than Costa on the way to work.

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Original Poster

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Ahhh, the heady aroma of cat pee, with milky spit in it.:D

Gentle_Giant

Ahhh, the heady aroma of cat pee, with milky spit in it.:D



​Already posted.

Actually they're quite nice, at least better than anything Gregg's have to offer.

Voted hot. love the taste But How may e numbers in this ?
Ingredients:
Skimmed Milk Powder (33%), Glucose Syrup, Sugar, Coffee [Instant Coffee (11%), (Roast and Ground Coffee 0.5%)], Coconut Oil, Lactose, Natural Flavourings, Stabilisers (E452, E339, E331), Acidity Regulator (E340), Salt [Sodium Chloride, Anti-Caking Agent (E535)], Thickener (E415)

Seems like full of chemicals

E452(v) Ammonium polyphosphate (formerly E450c)
E339 Sodium phosphates. E339 (i) Monosodium dihydrogen phosphate. E339 (ii) Disodium monohydrogen phosphate. E339 (iii) Trisodium phosphate.
E331 Sodium citrates. E331 (i) Monosodium citrate. E331 (ii) Disodium citrate. E331 (iii) Trisodium citrate
E340 (ii) Dipotassium monohydrogen phosphate. E340 (iii) Tripotassium phosphate.
E535 : Sodium ferrocyanide.
E415 Xanthan gum.
The polyphosphates are linked to kidney stones in humans, so i will just buy normal coffee in future , not this nescafe chemical concoctation.



sam_of_london

Voted hot. love the taste But How may e numbers in this ? … Voted hot. love the taste But How may e numbers in this ? Ingredients:Skimmed Milk Powder (33%), Glucose Syrup, Sugar, Coffee [Instant Coffee (11%), (Roast and Ground Coffee 0.5%)], Coconut Oil, Lactose, Natural Flavourings, Stabilisers (E452, E339, E331), Acidity Regulator (E340), Salt [Sodium Chloride, Anti-Caking Agent (E535)], Thickener (E415)Seems like full of chemicals

Gentle_Giant

Ahhh, the heady aroma of cat pee, with milky spit in it.:D

Gentle_Giant

Ahhh, the heady aroma of cat pee, with milky spit in it.:D



Darzen

​Already posted.Actually they're quite nice, at least better than a … ​Already posted.Actually they're quite nice, at least better than anything Gregg's have to offer.



Atleast Gregg would have natural coffee , not these kidney stone causing chemicals in it, to make it taste better.

sam_of_london

Atleast Gregg would have natural coffee , not these kidney stone causing … Atleast Gregg would have natural coffee , not these kidney stone causing chemicals in it, to make it taste better.



​I've had 2 so far and no kidney stones yet, 100% success rate for me :-)

Darzen

​I've had 2 so far and no kidney stones yet, 100% success rate for me :-)



I had more than 10, one every day , when they were giving free for two weeks in london train stations.
Woman handing out told me it had no chemicals in it but guess she lied.
Scared now

sam_of_london

I had more than 10, one every day , when they were giving free for two … I had more than 10, one every day , when they were giving free for two weeks in london train stations. Woman handing out told me it had no chemicals in it but guess she lied. Scared now


If it had no chemicals in it, it wouldn't exist.

Why vegetable oil in a latte though?

I posted this same deal 5 days ago and riidiculously it went cold!!

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ohdearohdear

Why vegetable oil in a latte though?



​Vegetable oil as such is not bad, but when they hydrogenate it like in Pringles, it becomes bad. But at the same time, it is not cold pressed vegetable oil but solvent extracted vegetable oil so will have solvent impurities in it.

ohdearohdear

Why vegetable oil in a latte though?


It's been in powdered milk used in hot drinks for as long as I can remember disliking them. It gives drinks that yucky cloying sensation that's supposed to be creamy. More like slimy.

sam_of_london

E452(v) Ammonium polyphosphate (formerly E450c)E339 Sodium phosphates. … E452(v) Ammonium polyphosphate (formerly E450c)E339 Sodium phosphates. E339 (i) Monosodium dihydrogen phosphate. E339 (ii) Disodium monohydrogen phosphate. E339 (iii) Trisodium phosphate. E331 Sodium citrates. E331 (i) Monosodium citrate. E331 (ii) Disodium citrate. E331 (iii) Trisodium citrateE340 (ii) Dipotassium monohydrogen phosphate. E340 (iii) Tripotassium phosphate.E535 : Sodium ferrocyanide.E415 Xanthan gum. The polyphosphates are linked to kidney stones in humans, so i will just buy normal coffee in future , not this nescafe chemical concoctation.



Google polyphosphates and kidney stones - not really seeing much evidence. Regardless, the dose makes the poison, I'm sure those with susceptible to stones may need to watch their phosphate intake. All E numbers have been tested and proven for their safety and also include chemicals like ascorbic acid i.e. Vitamin C which we kind of need to live and those which occur naturally. These compounds are just added willy nilly to boost profits or some other nefarious scheme, they're added for a reason in order to maintain the product from factory to you.

Polyphosphates occur naturally in the body and are components of molecules which again you need to live.

Sodium citrates are used as part of metabolism in every living cell in your body.

E340 are potassium salts and occur naturally in the body.

Sodium ferrocyanide is a well established anti-caking agent.

Xanthan gum is a natural polysaccharide.

Everything is chemicals including "all natural" coffee. Coffee contains 1000s of different chemicals some of which will sound deadly or have worrying side effects if you look them up. For example dimethyl disulphide smells like rotting meat and caffeine is actually a plant toxin. Be considerate of what you eat yes but there's no need to be as chemophobic as this.

yrreb88

Google polyphosphates and kidney stones - not really seeing much … Google polyphosphates and kidney stones - not really seeing much evidence. Regardless, the dose makes the poison, I'm sure those with susceptible to stones may need to watch their phosphate intake. All E numbers have been tested and proven for their safety and also include chemicals like ascorbic acid i.e. Vitamin C which we kind of need to live and those which occur naturally. These compounds are just added willy nilly to boost profits or some other nefarious scheme, they're added for a reason in order to maintain the product from factory to you. Polyphosphates occur naturally in the body and are components of molecules which again you need to live. Sodium citrates are used as part of metabolism in every living cell in your body. E340 are potassium salts and occur naturally in the body. Sodium ferrocyanide is a well established anti-caking agent. Xanthan gum is a natural polysaccharide. Everything is chemicals including "all natural" coffee. Coffee contains 1000s of different chemicals some of which will sound deadly or have worrying side effects if you look them up. For example dimethyl disulphide smells like rotting meat and caffeine is actually a plant toxin. Be considerate of what you eat yes but there's no need to be as chemophobic as this.


Sometimes, though, it's not so much the what as the why. It's understandable that some people become 'chemophobic' when faced with the huge list of additions and additives that go into food, frequently for little more reason than to enhance poor quality ingredients which need their flavour and or appearance boosted.
On the other hand, it's amazing how many will turn a blind eye when the "chemicals" are in their poison of choice - smoking has to be the classic example.
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