Nutella go 3 pots for £1 @ Poundworld
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Nutella go 3 pots for £1 @ Poundworld

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Found 3rd Aug 2016Made hot 3rd Aug 2016
Poundworld is selling 3 pots of Nutella go- they were on the counter in the Wolvwrhampton store (presume national too), impulse buy area

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Brilliant paid 85p for 1 in Sainsbury's this afternoon

this chocolate is soooo thick.... it got stuck in my intestines

I got 2 from Iceland paid £0.79 each

Nothing beats hydrogenated fat mixed with modified sugars (10g in a tblsp) flavoured with palm oil and a tiny amount of hazelnut... And add to that some bread sticks for some additional blood sugar because the dip just wasn't enough... Mmm Nutella and go! To think this is aimed at kids

good for packed lunch

Perfect to eat Nutello Go! while walking around expending energy playing Pokemon Go! then when you lose signal like on the London underground you can bust out Hitman Go! and Lara Croft Go!

Jelly Bean

Nothing beats hydrogenated fat mixed with modified sugars (10g in a … Nothing beats hydrogenated fat mixed with modified sugars (10g in a tblsp) flavoured with palm oil and a tiny amount of hazelnut... And add to that some bread sticks for some additional blood sugar because the dip just wasn't enough... Mmm Nutella and go! To think this is aimed at kids



​I absolutely agree,would never give it to my child,bring on the parents to teller how bad it am,and we are having a healthy and quick meals as opposed to pizza and fruit shoot is a big no no. Why stuff your kids with all that crap I don't understand.

yum

Very good offer they are £1.10 at the co-op for 1

It is truly terrible stuff to put in your body, agree with some of the comments. However, once eaten you do feel incredibly loved, it's like a big warm cuddle in a pot X)

Not to mention you feel on top of the world for all of about 30 mins and then suicidal thereafter.... Reminds me almost of other substances you have to obtain from unscrupulous individuals in dark alleys oO

Excellent price! Yes, it's unhealthy but lovely.
Edited by: "Gareth79" 3rd Aug 2016

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cutegirlbutts

good for packed lunch



By good you are meaning cheap? I certainly wouldn't give my kids this for packed lunch. I'm guessing you are meaning for kids as I don't know any adults that refer to lunch as "packed lunch" to their colleagues. They just call it lunch.

bd1981bd

By good you are meaning cheap? I certainly wouldn't give my kids this for … By good you are meaning cheap? I certainly wouldn't give my kids this for packed lunch. I'm guessing you are meaning for kids as I don't know any adults that refer to lunch as "packed lunch" to their colleagues. They just call it lunch.


I don't have kids but I was a kid & liked my treats.

Sounds delish

cherry_1306

​I absolutely agree,would never give it to my child,bring on the parents t … ​I absolutely agree,would never give it to my child,bring on the parents to teller how bad it am,and we are having a healthy and quick meals as opposed to pizza and fruit shoot is a big no no. Why stuff your kids with all that crap I don't understand.



moderation, you can feed your kids healthy things and let them enjoy an occasional treat, a McDonalds or Pizza, once a fortnight - month isn't gogin to harm them.. you can do what you like, but dont judge others because they do it different.

cherry_1306

​I absolutely agree,would never give it to my child,bring on the parents t … ​I absolutely agree,would never give it to my child,bring on the parents to teller how bad it am,and we are having a healthy and quick meals as opposed to pizza and fruit shoot is a big no no. Why stuff your kids with all that crap I don't understand.


Absolutely agree. I run a toddler group and we have a strict policy of all meals being coconut oil mixed with smugness, which is a Hemsley and Hemsley approval priority. They get all their other calories through lipstick, mascara and pure self-superiority.

not even on their site, more likely you end up getting KP Choc Dips. x3 for £1.

Nutella should be sold with those wee biscuits you get in Choc Dips, breadsticks are rubbish!

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not even on their site, more likely you end up getting KP Choc Dips. x3 … not even on their site, more likely you end up getting KP Choc Dips. x3 for £1.



I just retrieved my receipt from the bin, unfortunately I've had pineapple and the juice has disintegrated it but hopefully you can see enough. Nutella clearly showing and the £2 discount.

Jelly Bean

Nothing beats hydrogenated fat mixed with modified sugars (10g in a … Nothing beats hydrogenated fat mixed with modified sugars (10g in a tblsp) flavoured with palm oil and a tiny amount of hazelnut... And add to that some bread sticks for some additional blood sugar because the dip just wasn't enough... Mmm Nutella and go! To think this is aimed at kids



What's a modified sugar? Content is more like 8.5g in a tbsp and it's a chocolate spread, about the same amount of sugar as chocolate bars. Where is the hydrogenated fat? How is this go product being aimed at kids?

Get a grip and stop virtue signalling. :P

best before?

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nowmusicfan

best before?


The date on mine was 28th September

Jelly Bean

Nothing beats hydrogenated fat mixed with modified sugars (10g in a … Nothing beats hydrogenated fat mixed with modified sugars (10g in a tblsp) flavoured with palm oil and a tiny amount of hazelnut... And add to that some bread sticks for some additional blood sugar because the dip just wasn't enough... Mmm Nutella and go! To think this is aimed at kids



You dont have to be healthy 24\7 yno, you only live once... eating something you like makes you happy this is why you always moan and groan mate.

Eating one now and yes, from Poundworld, 3 for £1

KP or Nutella Go?

tmccallister10

​and your point is?



Just seems like bandwagonning. Or maybe it isn't, who knows! What can I say, I'm a trend-spotter

Oh crap just realised I went to poundland and was gonna complain on here that I got them for 2 for £1 when I should have went to poundworld my bad

captainbeaky

I don't have kids but I was a kid & liked my treats.



But as a child it it your parents responsibility to allow you to make good choices about food - this isn't a good choice even for a treat. I do have children and they choose not to eat it because they understand that there are better choices.
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