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Swedish glacé chocolate dairy free soy ice cream 750ml - 79p @ Heron Foods Moreton / wirral
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Swedish glacé chocolate dairy free soy ice cream 750ml - 79p @ Heron Foods Moreton / wirral

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Posted 24th FebAvailable: North West (Merseyside)

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Spotted in my local heron foods Moreton / wirral. No idea if national as heron foods website is rubbish. If anyone spots in their local heron foods please feel free to leave a comment I'm sure it'll be appreciated

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Not a favour that my kids like, would definitely be running to local store (which isn’t that local) if other flavours were included in this deal and deal isn’t store specific. Heat added none the less. Thanks for posting
its instore at the glebe, stockton on tees, so it probably is national. heat added op
Purchased in Kingstanding, Birmingham yesterday.
have in the cleveleys branch bought some today
Yay, ice cream I can eat and not taste for the rest of the day
Did anyone manage to get it in the vanilla flavour?
Spotted in Sutton in Ashfield store. As are the other ice cream deals
Bought 2.. really disappointed with the taste..wont buy again
These are ok for dairy free, wish they were sugar free tho
muppetrider24/02/2020 22:07

These are ok for dairy free, wish they were sugar free tho


dairy free and sugar free ice-cream,looks like you need a water popsicle :P . Get vanilla flavour one. Its the best.
kugz25/02/2020 01:04

dairy free and sugar free ice-cream,looks like you need a water popsicle …dairy free and sugar free ice-cream,looks like you need a water popsicle :P . Get vanilla flavour one. Its the best.


Your sarcastic insult is truly hilarious. Or perhaps it would be if you had a point and replacements for adding refined sugar hadn't been around for many decades.

No added sugar ice cream, who'd have thought
Oooh will have to look in ours later. Great price
muppetrider25/02/2020 02:47

Your sarcastic insult is truly hilarious. Or perhaps it would be if you …Your sarcastic insult is truly hilarious. Or perhaps it would be if you had a point and replacements for adding refined sugar hadn't been around for many decades.No added sugar ice cream, who'd have thought


Yeah but look at the nutritional value vs Swedish glace vanilla, surely its not that bad vs things like ben n jerrys
kugz25/02/2020 10:11

Yeah but look at the nutritional value vs Swedish glace vanilla, surely …Yeah but look at the nutritional value vs Swedish glace vanilla, surely its not that bad vs things like ben n jerrys


A very moderate looking 200g serving giving 30 grams of refined sugar it's a diabetic nightmare.

If I ate half of this little tub in a day it would be approaching 60 grams.. of refined sugar. If you don't know many of the reasons why refined sugar is bad (besides obviously causing or exacerbating diabetes) look at Google as there are countless books and videos on the subject of refined sugar and the human body from endocrine to neurology.

So I'll stick to the no-added-sugar variety rather than eating dozens of grams of refined sugar for a very mediocre tasting vbrand of ice cream.

If people want to gorge on Ben and Jerry's all power to them, I would just hope at least their kids have proper health education in school so they don't grow up with diabetes (which sadly happens, to tens of thousands of kids.. the link between major types of diabetes and refined sugar - not to mention childhood neurological and behavioural issues (and many more) - is well documented).
Edited by: "muppetrider" 25th Feb
Cheers op! The vanilla is out of this world so can't wait to try this one
muon25/02/2020 11:53

Cheers op! The vanilla is out of this world so can't wait to try this one


No probs
Got some in Nottingham they also had the alpro chocolate and hazelnut ice cream for 50p
muppetrider25/02/2020 10:30

A very moderate looking 200g serving giving 30 grams of refined sugar it's …A very moderate looking 200g serving giving 30 grams of refined sugar it's a diabetic nightmare.If I ate half of this little tub in a day it would be approaching 60 grams.. of refined sugar. If you don't know many of the reasons why refined sugar is bad (besides obviously causing or exacerbating diabetes) look at Google as there are countless books and videos on the subject of refined sugar and the human body from endocrine to neurology.So I'll stick to the no-added-sugar variety rather than eating dozens of grams of refined sugar for a very mediocre tasting vbrand of ice cream.If people want to gorge on Ben and Jerry's all power to them, I would just hope at least their kids have proper health education in school so they don't grow up with diabetes (which sadly happens, to tens of thousands of kids.. the link between major types of diabetes and refined sugar - not to mention childhood neurological and behavioural issues (and many more) - is well documented).


I get what you are saying if it's somebody suffering from diabetes, but at the end of the day it's all processed foods. Best solution is making ice lollies from real blended fruits. The other thing is moderation, my point of view is
1. I have ice cream once or twice a month and it's normally one or two scoops, if you're eating half a tub of ice cream then that's the problem.
I get it not everyone has self control, but all these processed sugar free/ carb free foods come with their own health implications.
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