Poundland Curiously cinnamon - £1
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Poundland Curiously cinnamon - £1

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Found 28th JanMade hot 28th Jan
In my local Poundland all have Nestle Curiously Cinnamon Cereal 375G for £1. £1.24 in Tesco as half price, usually £2.49 so great deal in Poundland!!!

Nestle Curiously Cinnamon Cereal 375G

(£0.33/100g)£1.24

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Half Price Was £2.49 Now £1.24
Offer valid for delivery from 25/1/2017 until 14/2/2017
Per portion 30g
Energy
530kJ
126kcal
6.0%
Fat
3.0g
4.0%
Saturates
1.1g
6.0%
Sugars
7.4g
8.0%
Salt
0.33g
6.0%
of an adult's RI*
Per 100g: 1765kJ/419kcal
*Reference Intake of an average adult (8400kJ/2000kcal)

Fortified toasted squares of whole wheat and rice with sugar and cinnamon

With tasty cinnamon swirls covering each crunchy square, Curiously Cinnamon offers you something a little different for breakfast, or whenever you fancy a crunchy treat!

Pack Size: 375g

Curiously Cinnamon: Fortified Toasted Squares of Whole Wheat and Rice with Sugar and Cinnamon

Curiously Cinnamon
Source of calcium
Information

Ingredients:
Cereals Grains (53.6%) (Whole Grain Wheat Flour (32.5%), Rice Flour (21.1%)), Sugar, Glucose Syrup, Palm Oil, Maize Starch, Maltodextrin, Dextrose, Salt, Cinnamon, Trisodium Phosphate, Emulsifier: Sunflower Lecithin, Colours: Caramel and Annatto, Flavouring, Antioxidant: Tocopherols, Vitamins and Minerals: Niacin, Pantothenic Acid, Vitamins B6, Riboflavin (B2), Thiamin (B1), Folic Acid, Vitamin D, Calcium Carbonate and Iron, May contain traces of Nuts and Milk

Allergy Information:
May contain traces of nuts and milk
Storage:
Store in a cool, dry place
Number Of Uses:
12 12 servings in this pack

Recycling Info:
Recyclable Packing
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23 Comments

Prefer Golden Grahams

Gollywood

Prefer Golden Grahams



​That's nice but you're comparing chalk and cheese. These are cinnamon flavoured and Golden Grahams are brown sugar flavoured

Oh my favourite. Thanks for the post. Heat from me x

Gollywood

Prefer Golden Grahams


I prefer cornflakes. Anyone else want to add their irrelevant preference?

£1's great, but they still taste funny.

jdbigguy

I prefer cornflakes. Anyone else want to add their irrelevant preference?



​Shreddies ftw!

jdbigguy

I prefer cornflakes. Anyone else want to add their irrelevant preference?



I'd prefer not to ... is that allowed on here ?

I got loads of Honey Nut Shredded Wheat there last week.

I'm taking a sh*t right now.

Better not buy them then, risky business

I always think they taste the same as the cinnamon pretzels they flog in shopping centres

can confirm this is at hayes poundland

pheyshunt1

can confirm this is at hayes poundland



Of course! It's at all Poundlands - even the plebby ones
Edited by: "cb-uk" 29th Jan

jdbigguy

I prefer cornflakes. Anyone else want to add their irrelevant preference?



Lucky charms are my favourite when i can get them

Nestle kill babies. Their products always seem to be on offer.

How do they kill babies ?

Ahh love these. Got a couple of boxes in tesco. Shame no poundland nearby. Hot

jdbigguy

I prefer cornflakes. Anyone else want to add their irrelevant preference?



I prefer After Eight mints.

Check 'nestles kills babies' in google.

oldskoolpug

How do they kill babies ?


I would also like step by step instructions please. They might come in handy.

Original Poster

jdbigguy

I would also like step by step instructions please. They might come in … I would also like step by step instructions please. They might come in handy.



It's something to do with telling African women to give their kids formula milk instead of breast feed as they wanted to make money but no clean water where they lived so babies died

zlmg100303

It's something to do with telling African women to give their kids … It's something to do with telling African women to give their kids formula milk instead of breast feed as they wanted to make money but no clean water where they lived so babies died


I think something related to this sort of story was reported maybe 20 years ago and the main problem was that the company lied to the mothers , got them to use free or reduced price Nestle formula milk until their own natural breast milk dried up , then hiked up the cost of the formula/powder milk. The people were desperately poor there , so its a pretty scummy thing to do.

zlmg100303

It's something to do with telling African women to give their kids … It's something to do with telling African women to give their kids formula milk instead of breast feed as they wanted to make money but no clean water where they lived so babies died



That's **** horrible.
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