Tesco Everyday Value Cornflakes 500G JUST 25p!
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Tesco Everyday Value Cornflakes 500G JUST 25p!

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Found 17th Oct 2015
Now you may have been put off trying something so cheep in the past, and you would of been right because for the past couple of years these were nothing special while being made by Cheese-eating surrender monkeys.

Now Britannia is victorious again and these are being made back here in the UK and they are much better for it, the taste is perfectly acceptable and allot closer to Kellogg's than you may expect.

Try a box when your next in Tesco.

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They're pretty nice. All the better if you add a little honey toom

also good for homemade crispy squares, coating chicken and fish etc . Great price.

Perfect for adding to my rat food mix

Mmmm corn flakes.
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barrel24

Perfect for adding to my rat food mix


Never heard someone call their kid a rat before! oO

Thats a really good deal initially the price was 0.35p saving of 0.10p

Taste as good as any Kelloggs clone, better than ASDA Smartprice and a fraction of the price of the expensive Kelloggs.

Great for corn flake cakes, their own brand chocolate is pretty good for this too

Hard to believe they can discount these any further - usually 31p, I believe. I've been buying these for a while now and they're cracking value.

I thought they had discontinued the whole of their Everyday cereal range. Certainly none to be found in my locals for a couple of months now. Always used to buy their bran flakes and malted wheats which the kids actually preferred to the more expensive alternatives.
Perhaps they are just discounting to clear remaining stock?

fasy

Thats a really good deal initially the price was 0.35p saving of 0.10p



​in sure it's never been that cheap, not since they phased out the half penny coin

They are tiny and chewy. Horrible on their own but mix with something like hazlenut crave and they are edible.

Heat added as a great price.

troublesome1

Hard to believe they can discount these any further - usually 31p, I … Hard to believe they can discount these any further - usually 31p, I believe. I've been buying these for a while now and they're cracking value.


Supermarkets often sell budget or value-branded products at below cost price hoping to recoup the money lost through the sale of other more profitable products you buy in store.

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preecey

Supermarkets often sell budget or value-branded products at below cost … Supermarkets often sell budget or value-branded products at below cost price hoping to recoup the money lost through the sale of other more profitable products you buy in store. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loss_leader


Its called a loss leader

same price in morrisons , own brand , tasty too 25 p

I look at the ingrediants list of the expensive branded cereals to the everyday value version, to see how close to the branded version it is.

Banned

can anyone explain why do tesco/asda have created soooo horrible looking packagings for all their value ranges? when you buy them you feel like a poor person filling up your cart with only that value stuff packaging..probably to deter you from buying that stuff!
that is one of the reasons I have completely switched to lidl/aldi+ for a much tastier and better stuff
Edited by: "229mel" 17th Oct 2015

Our local food bank is always in need of cereals as one of their top 5 most needed items - I always buy a few to donate (we eat them too!) my kids don't know the difference once they are decanted into a tupperware cereal tub!
Edited by: "misfire" 17th Oct 2015

229mel

can anyone explain why do tesco/asda have created soooo horrible looking … can anyone explain why do tesco/asda have created soooo horrible looking packagings for all their value ranges? when you buy them you feel like a poor person filling up your cart with only that value stuff packaging..probably to deter you from buying that stuff!that is one of the reasons I have completely switched to lidl/aldi+ for a much tastier and better stuff



​They want to demean the peasants as they buy cheap food

taste bland .

love this

I use the savers range of weetabix and the only difference is they dont add the added vitamins and folic acid otherwise taste the same.

Thanks

229mel

can anyone explain why do tesco/asda have created soooo horrible looking … can anyone explain why do tesco/asda have created soooo horrible looking packagings for all their value ranges? when you buy them you feel like a poor person filling up your cart with only that value stuff packaging..probably to deter you from buying that stuff!that is one of the reasons I have completely switched to lidl/aldi+ for a much tastier and better stuff

Less Ink, less ink colours = cheaper packaging and lower prices. Thats the main reason why a lot of value ranges are not as colourful as big name brands.

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samk20

taste bland .


Sprinkle a little salt on them lol, comparing with Kellogg everything other than the salt level
seems the same with Kelloggs using more of it per 100g.

is it non gmo

andyavraam

same price in morrisons , own brand , tasty too 25 p


Also same price of 25p in Sainsburys. But Sainsbury's version is better than morrissons. (taste test done.)

They sell these for about 4 and half euros in Tenerife (which I found quite strange)

Original Poster

kay9

is it non gmo


Yes it says on the side of the box no GM ingredients.
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