Reese's Puffs Cereal £3.75 @ Tesco
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Reese's Puffs Cereal £3.75 @ Tesco

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Found 6th Dec 2013
Bought a box of these today as this is the cheapest I've seen them...
Usually £5 a box..

59 Comments

Which tesco?

made with gmo how is this on sale in the uk?

Original Poster

Corby store, they have them on the site too.

bigdave55

made with gmo how is this on sale in the uk?



Whats gmo

ooohh gimmee!

Me want now!

genetically modified organism

Hmmm I hope lucky charms reductions are to follow!

Original Poster

m0nkeymrs01

Hmmm I hope lucky charms reductions are to follow!



So do I

Wouldnt eat these or lucky charms if they were giving them away

Pukka deal

Wouldnt eat these or lucky charms if they were giving them away

that's a sham

Original Poster

Pukka deal

Wouldnt eat these or lucky charms if they were giving them away



What about Cap'n Crunch?

Look nice

Whats so good about them to make them worth this type of money?

Original Poster

jdr116

Whats so good about them to make them worth this type of money?



They're imported

Not even tried them yet so can't say if they're nice.... I hope they are.

Heat

I love reeses, can't wait to try these

Burlz

They're importedNot even tried them yet so can't say if they're nice.... … They're importedNot even tried them yet so can't say if they're nice.... I hope they are.



Ahhhh, I see, cheers. I hope you DO like them then must admit, they do sound nice.

Genetically modified organisms should be avoided especially for children building up there immune system, there is evidence in the Lancet of ever increasing cases of allergic conditions and eczema.

(5th Year MBBS student)

WTF. Cold as over priced over rated yank ****..........

this stuff rots you - in more ways than one ! - tried them in the states, spent a long time on the loo afterwards my American friend was howling with laughter and only then told me that they are so full of sugars and GMO that most of them avoid the stuff - but they tasted sooooooo damn nice

Weapons of mass destruction sent by the Americans to Britain. The special relationship is over?

Plenty of things in UK are GMO now, so don't freak out about it so much, people read too much into "people panic".
Heat added, these are a great treat, my sister bought me a box for £8!! I've hoped since that TESCO or a similar supermarket would start selling them, yum!

EuroPear

Plenty of things in UK are GMO now, so don't freak out about it so much, … Plenty of things in UK are GMO now, so don't freak out about it so much, people read too much into "people panic".Heat added, these are a great treat, my sister bought me a box for £8!! I've hoped since that TESCO or a similar supermarket would start selling them, yum!



£8 FOR BOX OF CRAP.

the less of this junk 'cereal' we have the better, bad enough with nestle cookie crisp etc.

It's not a bad price because normally expensive but I think you'll be disappointed.

I have been life-long RPBCs eater and have them regularly but when I first bought these back from states last year, I was underwhelmed. It doesn't taste as intense as the cups and just not as nice.

My new favourite breakfast cereal, of all time.....curiously cinnamon. It's like my crack lol. Try it, you'll never go back

Paid £8 for these in sugarcane! Great find, hot from me!

Great deal Hot!!!

Thats some expensive cereal...

Nothing wrong with gmo.

Go and protest in a field with the other swampies.

walsall123

Genetically modified organisms should be avoided especially for children … Genetically modified organisms should be avoided especially for children building up there immune system, there is evidence in the Lancet of ever increasing cases of allergic conditions and eczema. (5th Year MBBS student)



Don't make us look like idiots by using student credentials to back up your argument, use references you pleb. Plus their is plenty of evidence GMO is fine, along with evidence arguing hundreds of things are causing allergic conditions, such as lack of parasites and increasingly sterile environments.

Usually £5...for a box of cereal??!! Wow

may give them ago if they are anything near as addictive as Lucky Charms

GMO is safe to eat, it's the environmental factors that cause most concern.

Even the environmental situation isn't anywhere near at risk as it is when we used certain pesticides, like the ones that was decreasing our bee's by mass', thankfully we figured out what it was, and since we banned certain ones, we've seen our lovely bees and other insects flourish again, people are scared of change, but change isn't always bad, I support GMO and think it's a great way forward.

Personally I was impressed with these cereals even at £8 a box, it's not something I'd have all the time because they are pretty much candy in cereal form but they're definitely a nice treat and personally a lot better than Lucky Charms or Fruit Loops they sell.

Another great cereal if people are into the candy type ones is the Jewish "fruit loops" I'm not 100% what they're called or the brand but they do it around the same time as Passover, Tesco usually sell them pretty expensive but afterwards they end up with stock-piles left and reduced down to 50p, they taste exactly like Party Rings. >.<


Edited by: "EuroPear" 7th Dec 2013

walsall123

Genetically modified organisms should be avoided especially for children … Genetically modified organisms should be avoided especially for children building up there immune system, there is evidence in the Lancet of ever increasing cases of allergic conditions and eczema. (5th Year MBBS student)



Yup and I think the Americans are passing laws so that they do not have to label Franken Foods....Shocking

fantastic

tryptase

GMO is safe to eat, it's the environmental factors that cause most … GMO is safe to eat, it's the environmental factors that cause most concern.



Glad you think so....They said that about radiation 'til people exposed started to mysteriously die. For example, Marie Currie and she was poisoned not for her experiments but from mobile Rontgen Ray Machines used in field hospitals in WW1

EuroPear

Even the environmental situation isn't anywhere near at risk as it is … Even the environmental situation isn't anywhere near at risk as it is when we used certain pesticides, like the ones that was decreasing our bee's by mass', thankfully we figured out what it was, and since we banned certain ones, we've seen our lovely bees and other insects flourish again, people are scared of change, but change isn't always bad, I support GMO and think it's a great way forward. Personally I was impressed with these cereals even at £8 a box, it's not something I'd have all the time because they are pretty much candy in cereal form but they're definitely a nice treat and personally a lot better than Lucky Charms or Fruit Loops they sell.Another great cereal if people are into the candy type ones is the Jewish "fruit loops" I'm not 100% what they're called or the brand but they do it around the same time as Passover, Tesco usually sell them pretty expensive but afterwards they end up with stock-piles left and reduced down to 50p, they taste exactly like Party Rings. >.<



You neglected to mention 'superweeds' and the corruption of natural plant dna and the Russian Studies which showed tumors in species fed GMO.

D3usEx

Don't make us look like idiots by using student credentials to back up … Don't make us look like idiots by using student credentials to back up your argument, use references you pleb. Plus their is plenty of evidence GMO is fine, along with evidence arguing hundreds of things are causing allergic conditions, such as lack of parasites and increasingly sterile environments.



Lots of people have legitimate worries about GMO. What right do you have to insult the guy. Go on insult me or debate me, I'll show YOU who the pleb is...
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