Which is possibly not the best place to be if a zoiombie apocolypse kicks off!
Only in a pyramid
So I could keep the honey ready for a zombie apocalypse?
didn't realise it wasn't raw, where did you find this info? But to your earlier question it still is better than rowse because it's organic but from the reviews it crystallises easily so don't expect it to be runny
....but it’s not Raw, despite the brand being called ‘Raw’! Rather misleading imo
I would hope in the UK enough checks are done to ensure that adulterated honey isn't put on the shelves without being labelled as such.
I doubt they'd be putting man made substances in the bottles and as for sugar, the bees are probably fed sugar, but the honey farmed or not is most likely gonna be genuine. We could have doubts about its quality, but I wouldn't worry too much about it being genuine or not.
Would love to know how much "real honey" these companies are putting into these bottles/jars. I bet majority of the contents in these will be a man made substance or even just sugar when you think about how cheap honey is in supermarkets.
Maybe, but I've substituted sugar with honey, so as long as it's genuine honey I'm happy.
The smart price honey is even cheaper for the 340g glass jar.
Yes, this is the standard offer price and they are always on offer somewhere
They're currently that price in Sainsbury's. It's the Amazon tactic of price matching supermarkets but you always have to buy in bulk. There are countless examples on this website of an Amazon 'deal' and in the comments you'll see where you can purchase a smaller regular quantity. You'll be lucky to find an example where Amazon is actually beating a super supermarket on price.
Bought these last time they were on offer. So incredibly dry. Like a mouthful of sand.
I always think that this thumbnail is for Wrigleys chewing gum
Thnaks, ordered those.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nature-Valley-Crunchy-Canadian-Cereal/dp/B01N4KWHF2/ref=pd_sbs_3/257-0898891-3890742?pd_rd_w=6CD2W&pf_rd_p=66b9e813-30b6-4b3b-9371-91d7f619d9bd&pf_rd_r=ZKMNKWRB2JPFAKJSHJ81&pd_rd_r=62a06c65-cecd-41c8-8ad9-7f96e11686da&pd_rd_wg=QIAzE&pd_rd_i=B01N4KWHF2&psc=1 More bars but works out at the same price per bar (or less if you go subscribe and save) - Maple syrup or peanut butter.
These are good for an energy boost if hiking. Bad if sitting on your ar$£.
Tesco seem to be following the model of many US supermarkets who offer discounts on rotating items to members of their loyalty programs. However in the US, the stores will always offer you a discount if you don't have your loyalty card on you (if you provide your registered phone number at the checkout) - Tesco do *not* do this. Further many US stores will still offer you the discount at the till even if you're not a loyalty card holder. In this case the cashier will use his/her/their own card (or maybe it's a generic one - I'm not sure) - again Tesco don't do this, so shame on Tesco for replicating the worst parts of a US idea without also replicating the good parts.
Not a bad price. Although, as with lots of things, Lidl and Aldi both do their own versions of Bourbon, its cheaper and tastes pretty much the same.
Appreciate your view Mike. I’m also a Clubcard holder, the issue isn’t so much with the genuine deals such as the example you’ve pointed out. I save around £600 a year just by shopping at Lidl, compared with Tesco. That’s physical cash, whereas Tesco rewards are limited to what they have on their list. I’m not trying to turn anyone against Tesco, far from it. You pay for your rewards through the higher prices charged at Tesco, but with Lidl I get to choose what to do with my savings. Not trying to create an argument, just a conversation that’s all :)
Disagree with this being a clubcard holder. You get a good return on purchases through your clubcard and that's the whole point in driving you to get one. I've made over £500 back through their rewards either money off shopping or days out. Last week 1ltr bottle of Jim Beam was £18 you can't find it cheaper than that anywhere and will struggle to find one matched at that price.
Personally I find the tracking beneficial to me. My previous purchases are easier to buy again and similar products. So tesco get what they want and I benefit also. I'm comfortable with that.
Thanks op, been mulling over buying this bike for some time just didn't want to commit as once purchased the other half would keep moaning at me to use it! Feel better now after that discount. Anyone know if they'll honour Blue light discount instore on top?
Brilliant thanks OP, ordered some bits for Father's Day :)
Thanks for sharing @aidan073 (y)
Cheers. Saved myself £16 on an £80 order for some aircon recharge stuff that I was going to buy anyway. Both items into basket, applied BH10 code, then activated Honey which also added the motoring10 code as well for a total %20 discount. Picked them up an hour later - all good.
I’m looking at the B’twin rockrider range on the decathlon site looks good to me for my occasional use .. looks capable of proper use too
Kiwi gov gave licenses to very limited companies to make Manuka Honey. If the company is not licensed then Manuka Honey is not authentic. The only authentic Manuka Honey I found in the UK is from Comvita. There maybe others but you have to pay import duty even if you are buying only one Jar. Comvita works in the UK as well.
"Harvested from rural uncultivated areas of New Zealand where the Manuka bush grows wild in a pollution-free environment" Sounds like pure marketing BS. Making it sound like they just wander around the vast NZ countryside until they see a bee hive. The reality is this is a product being sold by the millions by one of the largest retail wholesalers in the world. It HAS to be a massively industrialised process.
MGO level is not the correct rating to rate Manuka Honey. Correct rating is UMF rating which means that honey is made, packed and checked in New Zealand. Manuka Honey other than New Zealand is not 100% Manuka. Manuka Honey only made in New Zealand.
Fortnum and Mason sells one with a 500+ MGO rating for £65. They say it is highly pure honey. I think they must sellotape the bees and directly extract the stuff for the rating to be 500+.
I usually buy Marks & Spencer Manuka honey, they do 10 & 15 UMF it's highly rated for purity
Holy moly another new expert recycling a deal that was posted by another expert 2 days ago for overpriced oaties/hobnobs. Wander over to Aldi and pay 44p
That's what labels are there for though isn't it? In this day and age we should be able to use our own common sense... Don't mean to sound heartless.. But.. If the witless amongst us can't be bothered reading a label.......
No totally agree.....but there's lots of people who grab stuff off the shelf thinking it's a healthy alternative without reading the label. Had a guy at work that was always eating these rice cake things ..banging on about how much healthier they were...when I read the the small print the contents were more than than a bag of crisps
The 40 box works out at better value currently. Have to admit we go through loads of these. Grab them when we don't have time for breakfast. Which is most days 🙈
20p a bar... Sugary heaven 🔥.... For the Sugar Police.... Its only sugar guys...not paraquat ... Use as part of a healthy diet.. Have one now and again. Simples........ 😁