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Starbucks Frappuccino Mocha/Caramel (250ml) - £1 @ Tesco
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Starbucks Frappuccino Mocha/Caramel (250ml) - £1 @ Tesco

£1£1.8044%Tesco Deals
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Posted 12th Jun
Important. This deal is not a guarantee there will be any stock in the store, so please don’t make a trip you wouldn’t have made otherwise just for this item. Please shop responsibly and continue to help slow the spread of Covid-19.

In-store and online, reduced to £1 from £1.80.

Milk drink with Starbucks® Arabica coffee and chocolate flavour, sterilised.

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Caramel
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Sooooooo good
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Think this a decent deal then at Costco
At Morrisons too
Deal valid 10/06/20 - 30/06/20 🙌
Voted cold, these are always £1 somewhere not really a deal.
These do tend to drop to £1 quite often. Coffee from stores is just a huge rip off lol
Do these contain glyphosate
If only they wouldn’t that sweet. I realize that many people seem to like it but I prefer no sugar or sweetener in my coffee and would like a decent store bought ready coffee sometimes.
Madchester13/06/2020 02:07

Do these contain glyphosate


I don't know what that is but would love to know why it's important
ubmaniac13/06/2020 12:16

I don't know what that is but would love to know why it's important


There are cases of coffee beans with above legal levels of glyphosate (Roundup) especially from Monsanto crops. Monsanto coffee beans are used by Starbucks along with Monsanto milk (from cows fed on Monsanto GM soya) Starbucks/Monsanto relationship

It’s not a very ethical product and may contain the carcinogen glyphosate.
Madchester13/06/2020 13:26

There are cases of coffee beans with above legal levels of glyphosate …There are cases of coffee beans with above legal levels of glyphosate (Roundup) especially from Monsanto crops. Monsanto coffee beans are used by Starbucks along with Monsanto milk (from cows fed on Monsanto GM soya) Starbucks/Monsanto relationship It’s not a very ethical product and may contain the carcinogen glyphosate.


Oh dear..
Thank you for sharing this.

The modern world is a minefield
ubmaniac13/06/2020 13:27

Oh dear..Thank you for sharing this.The modern world is a minefield


Especially where the huge multinational corporations are concerned.

A coffee from your high street cafe should be safe to drink.

The big boys are only concerned about profit and shareholders.

Starbucks was bailed out in 1987 by the Gates family and part of the rebuilding process was to bring in Monsanto.

Personally I wouldn’t drink Starbucks if it was free. I don’t think any self respecting Italian would either!!
Edited by: "Madchester" 13th Jun
Cold, can be made at Home for 20p in 5 mins including washing up. Imagine the carbon footprint of this evil thing from a company which does not pay any taxes. People have gone bonkers
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Madchester13/06/2020 13:32

Especially where the huge multinational corporations are concerned.A …Especially where the huge multinational corporations are concerned.A coffee from your high street cafe should be safe to drink.The big boys are only concerned about profit and shareholders.Starbucks was bailed out in 1987 by the Gates family and part of the rebuilding process was to bring in Monsanto.Personally I wouldn’t drink Starbucks if it was free. I don’t think any self respecting Italian would either!!


Well, those are manufactured by Arla, they just use starbucks branding. It would be worth checking where Arla gets its stuff from
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