Nestle Quality Street Chocolate 265g, Half Price Was £3.00 Now £1.50 - Offer valid for delivery from 15/11/2017 until 05/12/2017 Online And Instore @ Tesco
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Nestle Quality Street Chocolate 265g, Half Price Was £3.00 Now £1.50 - Offer valid for delivery from 15/11/2017 until 05/12/2017 Online And Instore @ Tesco

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Edited by:"louiselouise"Found 28th Nov
Just picked up one of these in my local Tesco - alas, I have a dead phone so can't take pictures. 257g net - 265g including wrappers.
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What's your favourite? With 12 iconic sweets to choose from in the classic QUALITY STREET assortment, bring home everyone's favourites. Each carton contains a variety of milk and dark chocolates and toffees which contain no artificial colours flavours or preservatives and no hydrogenated vegetable oils. QUALITY STREET was originally made in Norwich, and is now produced in Halifax in Yorkshire. The heritage of QUALITY STREET began when everyone's favourite chocolate selection was created by the Mackintosh family in 1936. John Mackintosh had a successful confectionery business, driven by his wife's invention of a new, delicious kind of sweet - chewy toffee. This toffee soon became a firm favourite, and the business grew successfully when Harold Mackintosh inherited it from his Father. It was then that the QUALITY STREET brand was born, inspired by the J.M. Barrie play of the same name, the brand became synonymous with quality in confectionery and tookit's place in the nation's heart.The multicolour jewel like wrappers, the pop of the tin, and the smell and taste of the unique assortment of iconic chocolates and toffees mean QUALITY STREET remains a central part of family celebrations both in the UK and around the world.

265g inc. wraps
Occasionally it is necessary to replace a sweet with another of equally high quality.

QUALITY STREET contain no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives Proudly made with UTZ Certified cocoa Suitable for vegetarians

Pack size: 257g

Information
Ingredients: Sugar, Glucose Syrup, Vegetable Fats (Palm, Shea, Sunflower, Rapeseed, Illipe/Mango Kernel/Kokum Gurgi/Sal), Sweetened Condensed Skimmed Milk, Cocoa Mass, Cocoa Butter, Dried Whole Milk, Glucose-Fructose Syrup, Lactose and Proteins from Whey (from Milk), Whey Powder (from Milk), Coconut , Hazelnuts, Butter (from Milk), Emulsifiers (Sunflower Lecithin, E471), Humectant (Glycerol), Fat-Reduced Cocoa Powder, Butterfat (from Milk), Flavourings, Dried Skimmed Milk, Salt, Lactic Acid, Corn Starch, Raising Agent (Sodium Bicarbonate), Milk Chocolate contains Milk Solids 14% minimum, Milk and Dark Chocolates contain Vegetable Fats in addition to Cocoa Butter

Allergy Information
May Contain: Peanuts, Tree Nuts

Storage
Store cool and dry

Preparation and Usage
The chocolates may become white in warm conditions as a result of cocoa butter moving to the surface, but are still safe to enjoy.

Number of uses
14 Know your servings 2 sweets = 1 serving. Pack contains approximately 14 servings

Additives
Free From Artificial Colours Free From Artificial Flavours Free From Artificial Preservatives

Safety warning
Important: Young children (less than 4 years) have limited chewing ability and could choke on small sweets.

10 Comments

Original Poster

Argh! The new HUKD website's weird formatting strikes again! Sorry for all the spaces above, it won't let me edit them out. (Adding extra text and editing fixed it).
Edited by: "louiselouise" 28th Nov

louiselouise2 h, 19 m ago

Argh! The new HUKD website's weird formatting strikes again! Sorry for all …Argh! The new HUKD website's weird formatting strikes again! Sorry for all the spaces above, it won't let me edit them out. (Adding extra text and editing fixed it).


Don't know if it's just my device but also very annoying when deals are repeated while scrolling on mobiles.

Original Poster

login.name3 m ago

Don't know if it's just my device but also very annoying when deals are …Don't know if it's just my device but also very annoying when deals are repeated while scrolling on mobiles.



Yeah, you get some copy/paste text that leaves huuuuge gaps, screens-worth, hopefully it'll get fixed soon.

The quote function is also less user-friendly as you can't quote properly on different threads, other than the one you're replying on (if that makes sense).

I keep buying these half price boxes of sweets and need to stop, too much sugar

2 sweets= one serving HAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA what maniac decided that!!!!!!!!!!!!

Good offer, but I love roses at the moment

Even at discounted price, a kilo of this would cost £5.66 whereas a tin packing of 750 gms at £4 would cost £5.33 per kilo (and reuse the tin). Unless you want small packets, tins wold work out cheaper

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sholay118 m ago

Even at discounted price, a kilo of this would cost £5.66 whereas a tin …Even at discounted price, a kilo of this would cost £5.66 whereas a tin packing of 750 gms at £4 would cost £5.33 per kilo (and reuse the tin). Unless you want small packets, tins wold work out cheaper



Much like perfumes - smaller capacity often works out higher price compared to the biggest option People buy the smaller ones for gifts, or for themselves (I assume).
Edited by: "louiselouise" 29th Nov

Thanks sholay1 I wondered this as Ive bought a tin already and unfortunately have eaten half of them even tho I told the kids NOT TILL CHRISTMAS so was going to sneekly refill it happy days will just buy another tin

Original Poster

Last day to get your Quality Street 265g at this price!
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