Quality Street Tub 724g - £4 at Asda
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Quality Street Tub 724g - £4 at Asda

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Found 26th Oct
What's your favourite? With 12 iconic sweets to choose from in the classic QUALITY STREET assortment, create more magic moments for you and your family. Each tin 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 QUALITY STREET was originally made in Norwich, and is now produced in Halifax in Yorkshire.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 took it'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.

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"12 iconic sweets" - that's about as many as you get these days.

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724g ? Weren't these 750g only last year ?

Mattk8428 m ago

724g ? Weren't these 750g only last year ?

No they were 825g last year.

Each tin contains ?? How long have we called a plastic tub a tin ?

pa55word1231 h, 16 m ago

Each tin contains ?? How long have we called a plastic tub a tin ?


language evovles: waht do you think the tins were made out of?

Tins as used for food get the name from the original tin plated steel used in the construction. A metal food container is commonly called a can or tin.
A plastic container is not a tin, it is a tub or bucket.

Dictionary.com includes in it's definitions of tin any pot, box, can, or other container or vessel made of tin or tin plate.

I'm not sure of your attempt at humour in the use of evovles or waht perhaps I missed that particular TV series.

Are these on my bucket list then ?

Toon_army13 h, 25 m ago

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I need your help to take me back to the year 1985 !
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pa55word1238 h, 56 m ago

Tins as used for food get the name from the original tin plated steel used …Tins as used for food get the name from the original tin plated steel used in the construction. A metal food container is commonly called a can or tin.A plastic container is not a tin, it is a tub or bucket. Dictionary.com includes in it's definitions of tin any pot, box, can, or other container or vessel made of tin or tin plate. I'm not sure of your attempt at humour in the use of evovles or waht perhaps I missed that particular TV series.


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