Robinsons Fruit Shoots - No Added Sugar 8 x 200ml Better Than Half Price Was £2.98 Now £1.47 @ Tesco
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Robinsons Fruit Shoots - No Added Sugar 8 x 200ml Better Than Half Price Was £2.98 Now £1.47 @ Tesco

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Found 23rd Aug 2017
Several different flavours all reduced to £1.47 at Tesco.
8 x 200ml bottles of Fruit Shoot no added sugar.
Offer valid from 23/8/2017 until 12/9/2017.
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    holeymoley1812 m ago

    Better off going to Iceland. Cold …Better off going to Iceland. Cold sorry.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/x12-robinsons-fruit-shoots-just-150-iceland-7-day-in-store-deal-2770121


    If you can get them that deal is not available in every store this is.
    hotukdeals.com/com…839
    Edited by: "Terrahawks" 23rd Aug 2017
    I don't understand why people buy this and presumably give it to their kids Fruit shots, makes me laugh, there is less than 10% fruit juice and of course concentrate, no added sugar - wow but added preservatives and sweetener - how kind of them! Poisoning kids with slogans like no added sugar, you are better off giving your kids water. Not voting cold as its a free world if you dislike your kids so much that's for sure the legal way of destroying their health from the get go.
    Edited by: "etta191" 23rd Aug 2017
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    etta19142 m ago

    I don't understand why people buy this and presumably give it to their …I don't understand why people buy this and presumably give it to their kids Fruit shots, makes me laugh, there is less than 10% fruit juice and of course concentrate, no added sugar - wow but added preservatives and sweetener - how kind of them! Poisoning kids with slogans like no added sugar, you are better off diving your kids water. Not voting cold as its a free world if you dislike your kids so much that's for sure the legal way of destroying their health from the get go.



    Please enlighten Me what do You give Your children?
    VCB-16016 m ago

    Please enlighten Me what do You give Your children?


    Sadly evidently enough people find your deal hot, so no need to be so defensive. The market is full of kids products that should never be consumed by kids, that's a huge problem for our society and the reason why the NHS is buckling down under the pressure of self indulgent, self induced conditions. But it's big business and if someone is printing money of it, it will never get the deserved regulations and will continue to grow exponentially until we destroy ourselves.
    Champion Nutella! Wow, I am touched you had the time to look through my past deals. We all have our soft spots and Nutella is mine, although it's purely nostalgia based as every time I buy one I always swear it will be the last time as it's a far cry from how it tasted back in my childhood. By the way considering that Nutella has 13% (real, not from concentrate ) hazelnuts it's more of the product it clams to be than the Robinsons fruit shoots. Lastly I am not preaching, as I said everyone is free to do as they like including poisoning themselves or their kids as long as someone is making money out of it it will forever be our unquestioned right
    There is a nasty tone to you, so I choose to disengage. If you wish to have a conversation than you should consider your approach. You are free to vote cold on a deal I posted last December
    etta1911 h, 44 m ago

    I don't understand why people buy this and presumably give it to their …I don't understand why people buy this and presumably give it to their kids Fruit shots, makes me laugh, there is less than 10% fruit juice and of course concentrate, no added sugar - wow but added preservatives and sweetener - how kind of them! Poisoning kids with slogans like no added sugar, you are better off giving your kids water. Not voting cold as its a free world if you dislike your kids so much that's for sure the legal way of destroying their health from the get go.



    I only came onto this thread to see if there was a jumped-up do-gooder looking down at everyone from their high horse. And, alas, there is!
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    etta1918 m ago

    There is a nasty tone to you, so I choose to disengage. If you wish to …There is a nasty tone to you, so I choose to disengage. If you wish to have a conversation than you should consider your approach. You are free to vote cold on a deal I posted last December



    I have deleted my posts as You are right I have not come over in the correct manor
    So for that I apologize.
    I have no desire to vote cold on Your thread.
    Etta: I completely agree with you. I would never give these kind of cr@p to my children, no squash either. Not to mention fizzy drinks. They are happy. Our dentist is happy so happy days.

    So bad to see when children stuff their faces with fast food and drink fizzy drink. Especially this fruits shots are so bad but parents still give it to their small children

    i might sound boring for some people here but i cant stand seeing my children in pain so i try to prevent which is completely preventa
    Edited by: "ohdearohdear" 23rd Aug 2017
    Some really fun parents here. #firstworldproblems.
    holeymoley188 h, 17 m ago

    Better off going to Iceland. Cold …Better off going to Iceland. Cold sorry.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/x12-robinsons-fruit-shoots-just-150-iceland-7-day-in-store-deal-2770121



    Did go to Iceland, specifically for that deal. No sign of them.
    ohdearohdear23rd Aug

    Etta: I completely agree with you. I would never give these kind of cr@p …Etta: I completely agree with you. I would never give these kind of cr@p to my children, no squash either. Not to mention fizzy drinks. They are happy. Our dentist is happy so happy days. So bad to see when children stuff their faces with fast food and drink fizzy drink. Especially this fruits shots are so bad but parents still give it to their small children i might sound boring for some people here but i cant stand seeing my children in pain so i try to prevent which is completely preventa

    I don't disagree re fizzy drinks and fast food but I'm a bit confused how Fruit Shoots are being included in the same pot as those. Sure they aren't the ultimate uber healthy offering, but it's a matter of balance. For example, my two under fives eat and enjoy fresh fruit and veg, especially soft fruit like strawberries and blackberries. A lot of fruit and veg has natural sugars and could be argued to be bad for you in quantity though. As well as all this they have such horrors as the occasional chocolate, fish finger and relatively decent quality (but still not 100% healthy) sausages. Sometimes when out and about they have a fruit shoot if we've forgotten their drinking water bottles, or just have a change.

    Personally I think variety and balance is key, not turning our kids into fast food junkies or into obsessed health food freaks who look down their noses at anyone for consuming the occasional drink that's not water, occasional snack that's not fruit or the occasional meal that's not 100% natural and healthy. Balance.
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