Nutella Hazelnut Chocolate Spread (400g) 79p @ B&M Stores (Instore)
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Nutella Hazelnut Chocolate Spread (400g) 79p @ B&M Stores (Instore)

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Found 24th Jul 2014
Original price was £1.79 but now its 79p, its on their website for this price but search for your nearest store here for availability:

bmstores.co.uk/stores

Seems like a good deal if you can get some
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    hot ...... ooops will melt if too hit :-)
    will melt if too hot u meant:-))))(
    love this stuff
    Very hot my daughter loves this on toast
    Here is how to make nutella at home:

    youtube.com/wat…8F4

    Enjoy!
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    deleted849183
    Yes
    Good price but hate this stuff lol

    Heat added for price
    CROOH92

    Very hot my daughter loves this on toast


    its are bad for her teeth
    Edited by: "h4hassan" 24th Jul 2014
    h4hassan

    its are bad for her teeth



    So you're telling me after all these years ive used it as toothpaste its a no no?
    Great for the booty.
    h4hassan

    its are bad for her teeth



    A 2-tablespoon serving of nutella supplies 4 percent of your daily iron needs, as well as 4 percent of your calcium needs. Iron helps your body make red blood cells and it also helps protect the health of your immune system. In addition to supporting the health of your bones and teeth, calcium regulates your blood pressure, too. Getting plenty of calcium might also reduce your risk of stroke and colon cancer
    mboora

    Great for the booty.



    VITALY
    hot
    poshaffi

    hot ...... ooops will melt if too hit :-)


    poshaffi

    will melt if too hot u meant:-))))(



    You reply to yourself... Gollum.
    Edited by: "nice-new" 25th Jul 2014
    Missus used to think this was 'healthy' too until l pointed out the lawsuits and advertising misinformation, its like feeding your kid a candy bar in the mornings, i.e.-
    " Conclusion No 2:
    Think of Nutella as chocolate in spreadable form. With 30 per cent fat and almost 55 per cent sugar
    "

    Read more: foodwatch.com.au/blo…tml
    HOT
    h4hassan

    its are bad for her teeth



    Answering your reply. It is a treat and used very sparingly. I don't get a knife load it with chocolate spread and slap it across her breakfast. So this 79p jar that the op has posted will last us a while. So in my opinion as long as brushing her teeth correctly it is fine.
    Nutella is the number one user of hazelnuts in the world, buying up 25% of the entire world production.
    My local B&M (Long Eaton) had no idea about the offer, and haven't had Nutella for ages. They had some other horrible looking stuff in a tub..
    Don't forget to buy the karrimor trainers as well #yingyang
    Not in stock in Bradford bd1
    Nothing in Cardiff bay retail park either
    simply awesome
    If you have had JimJams healthy chocolate spread nothing else is as good, even nutella! Its like liquid chocolate, i even have it on my muesli.
    Edited by: "Fred_Bear" 25th Jul 2014
    Bad this for your teeth bad this for your stomach.....bla bla bla
    But i want to ask something.the alcohol is not bad????or thats healthy?
    djooo

    Bad this for your teeth bad this for your stomach.....bla bla blaBut i … Bad this for your teeth bad this for your stomach.....bla bla blaBut i want to ask something.the alcohol is not bad????or thats healthy?


    Yes. That's why I don't drink it. Fruit juice is bad too. Tea is better, but tap water is cheap and perfect.
    h4hassan

    its are bad for her teeth



    Why did you post that horrible, grammatically incorrect and snide comment? Seriously, can you explain why?

    I am sure that people are well aware of what is in Nutella as well as what is in any other product. A bit of nutella on toast or whatever is not going to rot a child's teeth or cause anything else terrible to happen. Neither is a McDonald's once a week or a little chocolate bar several times a week. All your comment does is make you look stupid and negative just as all this type of comment does. Everything in moderation is key, though I've seen kids practically grow up on chocolate and fizzy drinks with absolutely no ill effects, whilst I was doing my best to keep my child on a nutritious diet. Let's try to keep things real here.

    Max Cady

    Missus used to think this was 'healthy' too until l pointed out the … Missus used to think this was 'healthy' too until l pointed out the lawsuits and advertising misinformation, its like feeding your kid a candy bar in the mornings, i.e.- " Conclusion No 2:Think of Nutella as chocolate in spreadable form. With 30 per cent fat and almost 55 per cent sugar"Read more: http://foodwatch.com.au/blog/additives-and-labels/item/nutella-the-full-correct-list-of-ingredients.html#ixzz38T7Yl2qZ



    What exactly IS a "candy bar"? Being British I've always wondered. Guessing it's not a chocolate bar, so... not sure what?
    Hot deal, but not available in my local store yet.
    Been checking for a week now
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