Weight Watchers Ready Meals £1 at Farmfoods
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Weight Watchers Ready Meals £1 at Farmfoods

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Found 2nd Feb 2013
I don't shop at Farmfoods, as there is no store nearby, but we recently go a flyer

Weight Watchers ready meals at £1 each, which seems pretty good.

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ummm somebody did not watch the despatches show on weightwatchers the other day...

Suggest you go watch it

They have been 3 for £3 on all their Weight Watchers range (meals, chips, desserts) for years, but every so often they drop the individual price from around £1.35 to £1. Offer hasn't changed substantially; just means you don't need to buy 3.

Cheaper and more effective to NOT eat them?

Aeschylus

ummm somebody did not watch the despatches show on weightwatchers the … ummm somebody did not watch the despatches show on weightwatchers the other day...Suggest you go watch it


Oh dear, just stocked up. What did the programme say?

carmelina55

Oh dear, just stocked up. What did the programme say?



Not much according to the comments and complaints received by channel 4 from people who did watch it

carmelina55

Oh dear, just stocked up. What did the programme say?



nothing overly bad, basically a rip off, and non weight watcher food is better and cheaper, over 80% of people put the weight back on, and often the weight watcher food is very high in salt and other bad stuff... in fact one of their food items had about 30 more ingredients in them than comparable items

you are literally paying just for the points written on the packet, and a heavy premium as well

Aeschylus

nothing overly bad, basically a rip off, and non weight watcher food is … nothing overly bad, basically a rip off, and non weight watcher food is better and cheaper, over 80% of people put the weight back on, and often the weight watcher food is very high in salt and other bad stuff... in fact one of their food items had about 30 more ingredients in them than comparable itemsyou are literally paying just for the points written on the packet, and a heavy premium as well



Thanks

Original Poster

Thank you for the replies ... I watched that programme on 4oD and pretty eye opening it was.

Been £1 for a while there I believe.

I wouldn't pay full price, but I find them convenient for low calories and fairly small portion sizes - but a bit TOO small in some cases.

I don't have an issue with high blood pressure etc myself, now do I rate food based on counting ingredients, so neither of those are issue for me.

Certainly wouldn't actually join weight watchers, nor pay full price.
But with my current 'lean gains' style regime, I do appreciate some of their 'low fat' stuff for training days.
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