Robinsons Squash 3 litre - £2 @ Tesco instore and online
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Robinsons Squash 3 litre - £2 @ Tesco instore and online

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Found 15th Feb 2010
Includes Orange and Apple Blackcurrant. Includes No Added Sugar and standard squash. Reduced from £2.99

Best offer on this at the moment beating Asda's 2 x 2 litres for £3.50, Morrisons 1 litre for £1 or Sainsbury's 2 x 1 litres for £1.50.

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Good deal but we alway have the smalller ones so the kids won't drop the bloody thing.

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westbrom;7847472

Good deal but we alway have the smalller ones so the kids won't drop the … Good deal but we alway have the smalller ones so the kids won't drop the bloody thing.Heat added



Use this to top up the smaller ones...:thumbsup:
You can get a 2 litre bottle of orange or apple and blackcurrant at Home Bargains for £1.09. So you get 4 Litres for only £2.18 better value.
AndyJ78;7855334

You can get a 2 litre bottle of orange or apple and blackcurrant at Home … You can get a 2 litre bottle of orange or apple and blackcurrant at Home Bargains for £1.09. So you get 4 Litres for only £2.18 better value.



Some people don't have that store near them and they tend to have much shorter dates.
also £1.19 in farmfoods for 2 litres if you have one close
Oh well, my kids love this stuff & I think its a good deal . Will pick some up this evening when I do my shop.

Have some heat & rep - thanks!

(only went up 1 degree cause I have no rep lol). Sorry!
Don't want to be a downer on the deal but our dentist told us that Robinsons have alot to answer for with regards to the amount of sugar they put in their stuff even if it states 'No Added Sugar'. We have been buying Tesco's or Sainsbury's double strength 'No Added Sugar' squash since & I believe it represents better value at £1.46 for a 1.5 litre bottle which is equivalent to 3 litres of Robinsons
same as iceland
jurassic;7950048

..but our dentist told us that Robinsons have alot to answer for with … ..but our dentist told us that Robinsons have alot to answer for with regards to the amount of sugar they put in their stuff...

The amount of sugar per glass surely depends on how much you dilute it? I like my squash quite weak so that the sugary taste isn't overpowering, but there again I really *don't* like the taste of any of the "no added sugar" versions at all (horrible, bitter, nasty aftertaste at any dilution level).

Plus, there's the obvious issue of the taste of the squash itself, though I hate that Robinson's sometimes change their squash "formula" and usually for the worse. I'm sure earlier Robinsons versions of blackcurrant and apple from years back tasted better than the ones in the stores right now.

From memory, I'm sure there's been at least 3 or 4 generations of flavouring since they first intro'ed the B&A flavour. You wouldn't try that with fizzy drinks (witness what happened in the US with "New Coke" - mass revolt and an embarrassing back down), but apparently it's OK to do it with squash!
Mmmmmmmmmmmm, formaldehyde.........
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