San Pellegrino 1Litre Sparkling Mineral Water - 49p Home Bargains (Instore)
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San Pellegrino 1Litre Sparkling Mineral Water - 49p Home Bargains (Instore)

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Found 23rd Aug 2011
Product Description
San Pellegrino, with its distinctive mineral content, its exquisite taste and its delightful effervescence is found on the tables of restaurants in over 100 countries. The preferred choice of chefs and sommeliers, it has been one of the world's most renowned and acclaimed mineral waters since 1899.
Directions
To fully enjoy its exceptional qualities, the recommended serving temperature is 8-10°C.

I love this stuff and usually pay £6 for 6 bottles, this is the cheapest I have ever seen it - Should be available nationwide.

21 Comments

Lovely stuff for a meal!

Lidders

the restaurants charge over £5 a bottle for this - ripping off mofos

good price have heat love this stuff.

Original Poster

Won't last me long, I go through 2 or 3 a day

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Edited by: "RustySpoons" 24th Aug 2011

If you're not drinking San Pellegrino, you're not drinking water at all.

Pollute the planet in so many ways for 49p!

Banned

wow , very low price !

Mmm, I'm quite tempted by this. I've only ever had it in hotels and bars, I can't justify the price for normal drinking at home. But that makes it a little more reasonable.

This was the mineral water my wifes gp reccomended during recuperation.

welsh ham

This was the mineral water my wifes gp reccomended during recuperation.



Wow, what was the important extra?

Sparkling water at asda for 17p a bottle. Water is water and co2 is co2.

i love this stuff, but cant drink it out the plastic bottles, absolute bargain at this price!

jasee

Wow, what was the important extra?



The label

jasee

Wow, what was the important extra?



Uranium?

San Pellegrino contains about twice as much radioactive uranium as you really should be consuming - and 4 times the recommended maximum for infants.

At least tap water has to have standards of purity and cleanliness - unlike bottled water.

And of course it's several thousand times cheaper, bargain fans.

Original Poster

hvdeej

Uranium?San Pellegrino contains about twice as much radioactive uranium … Uranium?San Pellegrino contains about twice as much radioactive uranium as you really should be consuming - and 4 times the recommended maximum for infants.At least tap water has to have standards of purity and cleanliness - unlike bottled water.And of course it's several thousand times cheaper, bargain fans.



Nearly all water contains Uranium, tap water contains a lot of other things which shouldn't be in there, chlorine, lead & fluoride to name but a few!.

Also, last time I checked my tap water wasn't carbonated.

Edited by: "RustySpoons" 24th Aug 2011

jasee

Pollute the planet in so many ways for 49p!



LOL.


-Kev

Usually a a rip off it here!

Looks like it's about 50p a bottle in Italy at regular price prontospesa.it/ Search for 'Acqua San Pellegrino ' €. 3,36 for 6 bottles.
Edited by: "jhw" 24th Aug 2011

RustySpoons

Nearly all water contains Uranium, tap water contains a lot of other … Nearly all water contains Uranium, tap water contains a lot of other things which shouldn't be in there, chlorine, lead & fluoride to name but a few!.Also, last time I checked my tap water wasn't carbonated.



nasty acid stuff rots teeth?
At least San Pellgrino contains less Uranium than some botted water (between 4.6 and 8 micrograms per litre)
It does also contain flouride.
If you live in a hard water area (most of the country), then the amount of lead in tap water is likely to be zero.
San Pellegrino apparently contains Lithium by the way. Strontium, yes, but not the radiocactive one.
But maybe the most important thing is control, drinking water is checked and is fresh, mineral water doesn't have to be checked and additionally, dependent on storage conditions, the plasticisers from the bottles may leach into bottled water and can be a real threat.
Maybe I'm chauvenistic but I prefer something I use a lot of to come from a regulated source in this country.

Nobody has mentioned minerals, that's the advantage of mineral water, calcium, magnesium, potassium, a good alternative is a sprinkle of good quality sea salt in your tap water.

hotukdealz

Nobody has mentioned minerals, that's the advantage of mineral water, … Nobody has mentioned minerals, that's the advantage of mineral water, calcium, magnesium, potassium, a good alternative is a sprinkle of good quality sea salt in your tap water.



Tap water contain these in most hard water areas. Why add more?
It's all advertising, the industry is intent on telling people they need to supplement their diet with extra minerals, vitamins etc.
What they actually need to do is remove the additional addatives they've put in everything.

nice. heated
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