Wildlife Fromage Frais 18 pack for just £1 is back @ Tesco
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Wildlife Fromage Frais 18 pack for just £1 is back @ Tesco

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Found 3rd Apr 2012
I know this deal's been up before, but i've just been shopping and stocked up on these, as my little 4 month old loves these, as does my 2 year old:)

I got these in Northampton Tesco, and assume it's a national deal. Please correct me if i'm wrong

Thanks!
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Which store in N'pton Superstu...????
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weston favell:) sorry

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Chicken dippers and frozen sausages. Yum.
`£1 in Hucknall to, so is nationwide
Got a six year old who loves these too lol
Buy 4 and use the £1 off coupon in the Price Drop magazine at the front of most stores (_;)
So does my 20 yr old.
WackoJackoUK

Buy 4 and use the £1 off coupon in the Price Drop magazine at the front … Buy 4 and use the £1 off coupon in the Price Drop magazine at the front of most stores (_;)



Ta
my son loves these to is the coupon for a pound off the yoghurts?
was the yogurt coupon not in the last book thats expired now? i'll check before i go in, can never have too many yogurts in this house 72 could be seen as excessive mind
You're really giving your kids a cracking diet there! Giving a 4 month old these (with 12g of sugar)!
[quotelawrenzini - Apr 04, 2012 13:50
You're really giving your kids a cracking diet there! Giving a 4 month old these (with 12g of sugar)!
][/quote]

because heaven forbid a child with a good varied diet have some sugar too, theres children that eat a whole lot worse than a sugary yogurt- why did you click this deal when these are clearly not to your liking- do you just like belittling others parenting decisions?
richardskat

because heaven forbid a child with a good varied diet have some sugar … because heaven forbid a child with a good varied diet have some sugar too, theres children that eat a whole lot worse than a sugary yogurt- why did you click this deal when these are clearly not to your liking- do you just like belittling others parenting decisions?



A 4 month old is a baby. It's debatable whether they should have any solid food at all, never mind a sugary yogurt. Babies can't actually process sugar until over 12 months, so it's a pretty poor idea.

If the child was older, then I wouldn't see a problem.

I'm guessing that the OP has little idea about nutrition, judging from the other food they're buying. So it's worth pointing out that this isn't exactly a good idea!


Edited by: "lawrenzini" 4th Apr 2012
In the OP's defence there is 471g of broccoli on the receipt no doubt to balance out the MRM.
These are really sugary. Not the best thing to give to kids, especially babies.

My 4 year old would polish off a dozen of these given a choice though!
Didn't see this deal until after I got back from Tesco.Damn!
Would have got them instead of the 8 pack of Activia yogurts for £1.64 I bought.
Just bought the last two pack's on the shelf. Thank's!
Original Poster
Lol at the comments. Yep really thought there would be no need to upload my whole shopping list. You would see plenty of healthy veg and fresh meat. My two year old has broccoli, carrots, and mashed potato with his nuggets, and has never eaten a processed meal in his life. My four month old actually 5 months now eats a healthy variety of baby products, and has 1 of these per day to accompany his dinner. Thanks for those who defended me;)
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Lol at the comments. Yep really thought there would be no need to upload my whole shopping list. You would see plenty of healthy veg and fresh meat. My two year old has broccoli, carrots, and mashed potato with his nuggets, and has never eaten a processed meal in his life. My four month old actually 5 months now eats a healthy variety of baby products, and has 1 of these per day to accompany his dinner. Thanks for those who defended me;)
I clicked on comments as I thought what a good offer - I didn't click on to read sad comments from sad people - parents can start feeding their children when they like not when you or anyone else thinks is correct and parents can feed their children what they like. Do people tell you what you can and cannot eat - no - don't comment on my comment as I'm not interested in your abuse. This country has gone mad don't make it worse.
KJMW

I clicked on comments as I thought what a good offer - I didn't click on … I clicked on comments as I thought what a good offer - I didn't click on to read sad comments from sad people - parents can start feeding their children when they like not when you or anyone else thinks is correct and parents can feed their children what they like. Do people tell you what you can and cannot eat - no - don't comment on my comment as I'm not interested in your abuse. This country has gone mad don't make it worse.



This is close to retarded. I hadn't realised that having children gave you an intstant understanding of infant nutrition. You can kill a baby by giving them the wrong food - salt is particularly bad. Not that this product will do so, but it's worth pointing out that feeding kids this stuff isn't the best when under 12 months.
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Lol at the comments. Yep really thought there would be no need to upload my whole shopping list. You would see plenty of healthy veg and fresh meat. My two year old has broccoli, carrots, and mashed potato with his nuggets, and has never eaten a processed meal in his life. My four month old actually 5 months now eats a healthy variety of baby products, and has 1 of these per day to accompany his dinner. Thanks for those who defended me;)
Original Poster
Lol at the comments. Yep really thought there would be no need to upload my whole shopping list. You would see plenty of healthy veg and fresh meat. My two year old has broccoli, carrots, and mashed potato with his nuggets, and has never eaten a processed meal in his life. My four month old actually 5 months now eats a healthy variety of baby products, and has 1 of these per day to accompany his dinner. Thanks for those who defended me;)
Superstu

. My two year old has broccoli, carrots, and mashed potato with his … . My two year old has broccoli, carrots, and mashed potato with his nuggets, and has never eaten a processed meal in his life.



So what do you think frozen chicken dippers/nuggets are?
DrJogalog

So what do you think frozen chicken dippers/nuggets are?


Sounds like a balanced diet to me..............................
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