Worthenshaws Freedom Vanilla Frozen Dessert & Strawberry (480ml) - 60p Heron Foods
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Worthenshaws Freedom Vanilla Frozen Dessert & Strawberry (480ml) - 60p Heron Foods

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Found 29th Oct 2011
Ice cream alternative, usually £3 in supermarkets, same item that was on dragons den. Will post receipt for the ***holes that are bound to ask! LOL

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Sainsburys..... Tescos ..... Morrisons..... where the **** is my local Heron Foods !

great price but where are these stores. never seen one and can't see much info online

good price but like the others where r the herron food stores

All in the north of the country, originated in Hull but starting to branch out more now.

Went to my local yesterday for some of this, but they had sold out, so I got Baskin Robbins for £1 instead!

we have 4 within 5 miles
does that make us poor

As said they are Northern based stated in Hull and around that area. They are a bit like Farm foods but a whole lot better

i live in the middle

North of the UK or what? No store finder on the website. Never seen them in Edinburgh though...

Cheap in sainsburys at the moment... Had the chocolate and vanilla tonight... Will not be buying again, very very bland.

No idea where Heron foods is but had the chocolate a while ago and it was terrible. It tasted like chocolate flavorured water.

there's one in York

I was in my local tesco earlier and found these reduced in price to 75p. Looks like tesco are trying to ditch the brand, can't say i blame them though it's horrible stuff. I guess the market for it just ins't there.

EXZAMS

we have 4 within 5 miles does that make us poor



I doubt it, I had one just down the road from me and I lived inside the city walls of york.
Though I was poor, that rent was ridiculous..

Warning - don't buy this stuff unless you are allergic to dairy products and want to taste a frozen dessert. It's rank and tastes nothing like Ice cream. As someone else described, tastes like frozen flavoured water. Best getting Baskin & Robbins for £1 from there instead or even the LA Diner Strawberry flavour. Very nice indeed at £1 also.
Edited by: "adamrwood" 30th Oct 2011

still no store near me closest one is in st helens. hopefully they will open a store closer

This was the stuff from last year's Dragon's Den. The girl that created it made it did so so that her kid could have a frozen dessert that had little fat, no refined sugar and no dairy. She made a point that it's not an ice cream. I've been curious to try it but had never seen it in a shop.

I can't eat dairy, I've tried many many different types of dairy free ice cream. In my experience these come bottom of the pile. They really don't taste nice and do not have a nice texture. If you have to shop in supermarkets, Swedish Glace is a much closer (dairy free) frozen dessert - it's not a good as ice cream but it's better than nothing. The Freedom desserts are not worth eating.

i will reiterate... Tastes like **** do not buy.

FWIW, this doesn't taste too bad. Not worth the £3 it usually costs, but if don't eat dairy for medical or moral reasons it's worth a try at this price.

muntyflumple

All in the north of the country, originated in Hull but starting to … All in the north of the country, originated in Hull but starting to branch out more now.



I gather you mean the north of England - there's more to the UK than England!
Edited by: "donnamatrix" 30th Oct 2011

donnamatrix

FWIW, this doesn't taste too bad. Not worth the £3 it usually costs, but … FWIW, this doesn't taste too bad. Not worth the £3 it usually costs, but if don't eat dairy for medical or moral reasons it's worth a try at this price.I gather you mean the north of England - there's more to the UK than England!



he said north of the country which would mean England as the UK is a sovereign state, not a country.
Edited by: "kylewalker" 30th Oct 2011

went to Tesco's Gorton (Manchester) yesterday

Its 75p there too (more of a chance finding it in there)

kylewalker

he said north of the country which would mean England as the UK is a … he said north of the country which would mean England as the UK is a sovereign state, not a country.



Yes north of England, thanks for clarifying Kyle
No need for snotty comments guys, was only trying to help!

P.S. I'm a she lol

single_lonely

went to Tesco's Gorton (Manchester) yesterdayIts 75p there too (more of a … went to Tesco's Gorton (Manchester) yesterdayIts 75p there too (more of a chance finding it in there)


there is a high chance of getting it from tesco as they had an exclusive contract to stock the stuff, now that it isn't shifting off the shelve, there axing it.
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