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Quality Street Chocolate Tub 650g £3.50 @ Asda
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Quality Street Chocolate Tub 650g £3.50 @ Asda

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Posted 12th Dec 2019

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Good price just in time for Christmas

"What's your favourite Quality Street®? With a variety of iconic sweets to choose from, you're sure to bring home everyone's favourites. Every carton of Quality Street® contains a mixture of our famous individually wrapped chocolates, toffees, and Fruit Cremés for everyone to enjoy.
The rustle of sweets, the unmistakable scent of the newly-opened box, and the gleam of each bright, multicoloured wrapper is all part of the joy of Quality Street®.
When you bring home a tub of our famous individually wrapped chocolates, nobody will be able to wait to dig through and find their favourite. Whether you're enjoying these iconic Christmas sweets on the special day or just spending time together as a family, create moments that you can treasure forever with Quality Street®.
Our iconic selection of sweets has been bringing people together since 1936. John Macintosh, the owner of a successful confectionery business in Norwich, sold a deliciously chewy new toffee invented by his wife. When his son inherited the business, he soon created a range of sweets in beautiful wrappers that everyone could enjoy - and Quality Street® was born. Our sweets have been made in Halifax in Yorkshire since 1936, but they are enjoyed all over the world by lovers of delicious chocolate.
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Oversized packaging, non recycled wrappings, contains rain forest destroying palm oil... Oh and they are 2 for £6 at Lidl.
Edited by: "marty-401" 12th Dec 2019
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Oversized packaging, non recycled wrappings, contains rain forest destroying palm oil... Oh and they are 2 for £6 at Lidl.
Edited by: "marty-401" 12th Dec 2019
marty-40112/12/2019 06:06

Oversized packaging, non recycled wrappings, contains rain forest …Oversized packaging, non recycled wrappings, contains rain forest destroying palm oil... Oh and they are 2 for £6 at Lidl.


I'll take the 2 for £6, and the non recyclable wrappings, but the use of palm oil isn't necessarily a bad thing. Palm oil is a very efficient crop taking up much less land to produce than any other oil producing vegetation. Nestle seem to be doing their bit to make sure its responsibly sourced - albeit they're not quite perfect.
Peacocka12/12/2019 07:08

It is …It is recyclable.https://www.wastenotwantnotliving.co.uk/plastic-free-brand-database/are-quality-street-wrappers-biodegradable/


Thanks for posting this. I was actually going to email them myself to ask as I had read on their website that they were compostable but the information on the tub seemed to contradict this.
marty-40112/12/2019 06:06

Oversized packaging, non recycled wrappings, contains rain forest …Oversized packaging, non recycled wrappings, contains rain forest destroying palm oil... Oh and they are 2 for £6 at Lidl.



To be honest I hadn't thought too much about the use of plastic but when you sit and have a think about it and after other people have mentioned about the things that we don't need to buy going in to landfill and the resources used to create them such as all the plastic garb created for haloween,cheap plastic toys that hardly get a look,and the list goes on,at least one thing that I had long recognised was the cheap toys from Mcdonalds that were a huge problem,but at least they have stopped doing them now,although that probably suited them due to the expense
got in tesco last week for £5, damn
heat
Only Quality Street?
If one really understands the huge damage that sugar does to the body, one would only use the stuff in strict moderation. I'm an addict, trying to get off it, slowly, love confectionery , but trying to make you all aware. Heart desease, Cancer and Diabetes are rife my HUKD friends. Have a pleasant run up to Christmas
Edited by: "Jef_B" 12th Dec 2019
Jef_B12/12/2019 14:14

If one really understands the huge damage that sugar does to the body, one …If one really understands the huge damage that sugar does to the body, one would only use the stuff in strict moderation. I'm an addict, trying to get off it, slowly, love confectionery , but trying to make you all aware. Heart desease, Cancer and Diabetes are rife my HUKD friends. Have a pleasant run up to Christmas


You must be a bundle of laughs.
We're all grown ups on here, able to make real life decisions.
Perhaps you should save the preaching for Sunday mass.
marty-40112/12/2019 06:06

Oversized packaging, non recycled wrappings, contains rain forest …Oversized packaging, non recycled wrappings, contains rain forest destroying palm oil... Oh and they are 2 for £6 at Lidl.


Possibly worth posting the 2-4-£6 @ Lidl deal in its own right? It's a very good deal @ £6!
Jef_B12/12/2019 14:14

If one really understands the huge damage that sugar does to the body, one …If one really understands the huge damage that sugar does to the body, one would only use the stuff in strict moderation. I'm an addict, trying to get off it, slowly, love confectionery , but trying to make you all aware. Heart desease, Cancer and Diabetes are rife my HUKD friends. Have a pleasant run up to Christmas


each to there own but bear in mind your a longtime dead so enjoy a little of what pleases you
marty-40112/12/2019 06:06

Oversized packaging, non recycled wrappings, contains rain forest …Oversized packaging, non recycled wrappings, contains rain forest destroying palm oil... Oh and they are 2 for £6 at Lidl.


Who cares ?
I don't for one.
Jef_B12/12/2019 14:14

If one really understands the huge damage that sugar does to the body, one …If one really understands the huge damage that sugar does to the body, one would only use the stuff in strict moderation. I'm an addict, trying to get off it, slowly, love confectionery , but trying to make you all aware. Heart desease, Cancer and Diabetes are rife my HUKD friends. Have a pleasant run up to Christmas


This is a deal for Quality Street, not an agony aunt column.
Nesima12/12/2019 19:06

Who cares ?I don't for one.


What? You don't care that they're cheaper in Lidl?
Is this is Lidl UK or just NI as i have seen a post saying in Lidl NI? TiA
cartoonhead94012/12/2019 18:06

You must be a bundle of laughs.We're all grown ups on here, able to make …You must be a bundle of laughs.We're all grown ups on here, able to make real life decisions. Perhaps you should save the preaching for Sunday mass.


Ha ha ha, Merry Christmas cartoon
Nesima12/12/2019 19:06

Who cares ?I don't for one.


Haha the world has had it anyway there is no way back so just enjoy life for however long it lasts.
I agree i couldnt give a stuff either!

Overpopulation is the problem not carbon credits and co2 or plastic or anything else.
As the robot i n the movie THE MATRIX said "
"you humans you breed out of control and spread like a disease consuming everyting until there is nothing left" - quite a potent comment it always sticks in my mind!
Edited by: "omendata" 12th Dec 2019
omendata12/12/2019 21:11

Haha the world has had it anyway there is no way back so just enjoy life …Haha the world has had it anyway there is no way back so just enjoy life for however long it lasts.I agree i couldnt give a stuff either!Overpopulation is the problem not carbon credits and co2 or plastic or anything else.As the robot i n the movie THE MATRIX said ""you humans you breed out of control and spread like a disease consuming everyting until there is nothing left" - quite a potent comment it always sticks in my mind!


To resolve the global warming issue, we need to significantly reduce the world population.
So every country must enforce a one child policy.
Plus to jump start the recovery I would say a couple of the highest population countries need to be euthanised.
Tough but if we are serious our leaders need to grow a pair and take the required decisive action.
Edited by: "Nesima" 12th Dec 2019
Nesima12/12/2019 21:55

To resolve the global warming issue, we need to significantly reduce the …To resolve the global warming issue, we need to significantly reduce the world population.So every country must enforce a one child policy.Plus to jump start the recovery I would say a couple of the highest population countries need to be euthanised.Tough but if we are serious our leaders need to grow a pair and take the required decisive action.


Watch out for the libtards there are a few on here who dont like to hear the truth!
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