Not obtainable apparently
ben you little monkey you nicked the lot.well done :3
Not obtainable apparently
ben you little monkey you nicked the lot.well done :3
There are plenty of snack bars with less sugar - plenty of the healthier one - in fact ones with added sugar. I've got bars that have around 10g of sugar or less compared to the 16g here. So a third less. It seemed to me like you were commenting on the sugar not being added, not the total sugar content. Of course these are better than Dairy Milk, and so if you eat one of these as an alternative then you'll reduce your sugar intake. But being so high in sugar they're not really for reducing sugar intake. Just healthier ingredients. People shouldn't eat these thinking they're not eating sugar or a high sugar snack. There are plenty of bars in the healthier snack bar market with lower sugar, although typically with less clean ingredients, gluten, cereals etc.
I understand that but what I meant is these have natural sugars found in dates etc. They use dates obviously because they needed some sort of sugar source without resorting to adding sugar... otherwise they would be as tasty as cardboard. Normal bars have tons more added sugar. If you want a sweet treat these are much better from a sugar intake point of view too. Of course they are still sugary but that is not what I meant. If you're watching your sugar intake, while not willing to give up sweet stuff, these are much better. A 45gr bar of Dairy Milk has 25gr of sugar... My partner is one of those who loves sweet stuff and he found these bars "healthier" since there is less sugar compared to traditional bars but they still satisfy his sweet tooth somehow. If you want a healthy snack you don't have snack bars as they will always have a high sugar content in absolute terms but mine was a comparison between traditional bars and these bars and the "watching your sugar intake" was referred to those who are still eating treats but trying to cut down on sugar. I hope I clarified my previous statement. I am not trying to fight. Just like to discuss things politely :). I tried a few flavours of these and some are better than others but they are definitely less sweet than normal snack bars and I'm not someone who is crazy about sweet stuff.
No they're not. I'm not going to side with those that stupidly compared these to dairy milks last time, ignoring the whole ingredients etc. But these don't help with your sugar intake. You just need to look at the sugar content - which is 45.6% - 16g per bar. That's around 5 teaspoons per bar. Dried dates are very high in sugar and not the best fruit choice. It would be much better to get that sugar from fresh fruit. These bars do give you a big sugar hit. I have some, I find this flavour very tasty, they are better than traditional junk snack bars - but they are high in sugar. I am a healthy lifestyle freak, and don't eat traditional snack bars, but these aren't good if you're watching your sugar intake. You seem to think that not adding sugar means the sugar doesn't exist. And fruit sugars are no better than refined sugar really - arguably worse in some cases. They're better in fruit form with all the fibre etc.
Yes, dates are sweet but that's natural sugar. There's no added sugar like in normal snack bars. I'm not a healthy lifestyle freak at all so I will eat both types lol but if you're watching your sugar intake these are much better from that point of view.
They're still high in sugar because they're around half dates, but yeah, cretainly a better alternative to traditional snack bars and I agree with the rest.
Why is this relevant ?
Much prefer mcvittes. Cold
Just dunking one of these right now in my tea. can confirm theyre the best theyre is ;)
Meghan Markles' favourite!
Like the Tesco ones too at 25p per pack (annoyed)
Oh so 12 packs of minibars. Great deal in that case.
This Amazon deal works out at 32p per 100g..
Cheaper here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B006GC5LSM/ref=mp_s_a_1_1_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1534179415&sr=8-1&keywords=butterfinger&dpPl=1&dpID=41hJ0p6SkEL&ref=plSrch
Ta OP. Got the last one. Looks like a type of Reeses - can't be bad @ £1 per pack.
So 12 halves of a Butterfinger for over £1 each? You can buy a full one for £1.49 in the Co-Op.
I got it last delivery, they didn't had Mexico one, so they changed it for Mumbai... It... Was... Beautiful..!!
Thanks just added to my basket.
I've been trying to do this since it was posted last week. Link takes me to page to add to basket, and then told it is not currently available. Go back to voucher link again, and it says...There are no products in this section. I've tried searching for the product, and it does not exist, according to Tesco.com. Spent too much time on this, and it's driving me NUTS!!
Get that RIGHT in my basket (y)
EXPIRED 13 Aug
Thank you, added to my order online to try them :D
Thanks op, expires on 13/08/2018 for those asking.
thanks just added to my shopping
Me too- disgusting and won’t touch again
Cheaper than Tesco, which is around GBP26 per kilo, but they come from China too. I collected my own last year from pine trees in Italy (on the ground) and I could not see that much difference in taste but the ones you get yourself are about double or more the size of the super market ones, not that easy to open but they are free (apart from your time). the local market had them at around 7 euros per 100g, just as a price point. Thanks for the info on PNS, I had to look that up too.
Yup avoid ..the syndrome
Had to google that, didn't know it was a thing.
The packaging says "imported into the UK" - Gosh, who would have known otherwise? Cheap Chinese pine nuts. Having suffered pine mouth syndrome once - never again!
Is this the only flavour they had? The smokehouse BBQ one is so yummy. Heat added (y)
i thought they were bloomin' expensive for heron and then i saw the actual price in real shops... still think they're expensive for what they are but if you're rich/stupid enough to pay £480.55 for 100gms of nibbles then this is for you. personally, i'd rather eat cardboard than fall for this graze malarkey ('raw' cardboard, obviously, none of that recycled, added ingredients stuff).
Or for a whole penny more available at Asda.
Also, 2 for £3 at Waitrose. Better deal there if you factor in the free coffee!
You can't say silly consumers...we have no choice. Brazil nuts and the rest of nuts are expensive. £10kg is a good price but where can you get them for that price? Not many places and not that often. In H&B they are far more expensive than £20kg.
Yeah, original price (£20/kg) for Brazil nuts is a bit of a joke. Only receiving heat because it's 'half price'.... silly consumers
Thus seems to be a 'new lower price, not just a short term reduction?
£2.09 at Lidl all the time and properly de-shelled in a resealable packet
In store swindon price is 50p
No they’re not 50p Instore, I saw these online for 50p and went into my local yesterday and they were £1 (annoyed)
So have they increased the size from 119g to 136g? Something they never do! Probably older stock at a larger size? Still a bargain in any case!
super...hope they have in Rayleigh or Southend
Good to know! I usually can't find anything else (that I genuinely need (:I ) to buy on Amazon to hit that £20 threshold for free delivery so I find it easier to top up my online Asda shop with a couple of these. I was thinking of bulk buying some other store cupboard stuff on Amazon though and the Pack of 6 for £6 might combine nicely!
These same price as on Amazon, where there is free delivery. I buy them at this price regularly. Yummy!
Nice I use these I'm my nutroast mix...they had artisan pantry brand at home bargains..which are god also for a queen head!
Probably best to avoid tasting foreign ginger nuts altogether.
The best - by far - were the Huntley & Palmers; darker, and gingerier [Sub, check spelling]. But now I'd go ALDI every time, for the flavour, the crispness and the value. This price isn't bad for McVities ... just that they're usually overpriced!!
They are ;) made in the same factory too (y)
But their not are they (skeptical)
I always miss out on these (fierce)
£40 spend to get a bl&@dy Kelloggs Nuts & More cereal bar? Wow Sainsburys are so generous (poo)
Be careful with these Sainsbury's 'free' items. I requested 4 free items the last time I ordered and they were delivered. However, they charged my account for them saying that the codes had run out. They did credit my account with a voucher, but that's not the point. I would have never ordered the 'free' items if I knew I'd have to pay for them. Underhanded and sly.
This has worked. Thanks OP (y)
"...not available in store."
They ARE cashews, are they not? At £6 per kg, i.e. considerably less than this "deal" price. What's "fake news" about that? Easy enough to rinse off the salt, if adding to cooking, if that's what's got your goat!
"ASDA Smart Price Salted Cashew Nuts"
Thanks for posting op i like rummaging for new ideas in H and B their latest cbd oil is half price too
You do seem a bit oblivious to the fact many other supermarkets sell the same thing for less though. So yes, your "deal" is a "hot deal" if you are comparing it to "normal" (ridiculous) Holland & Barrett prices. The rest of us have more sense than shopping in Holland & Barrett for cashew nuts in the first place ;)
Eh, how is it "fake news"? Check the link posted by nihcaj above.
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