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    Where sells the biggest range of ww food?

    Hi. I just wondered which supermarket had the biggest range of weight watchers stuff?
    I've read that they do sausages but I couldn't find them, are they frozen or in with the fresh sausages?
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    Asda and Tesco both hold a good range and the sausages are in the fridges. But I'm hearing good things about the Nume range in Morrisons which have ww pp's on them as do Tesco healthy choice type thing ( forgotten what its called..duh!)
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    so any are a good option really, thats handy. I dont want to have to visit more than one to get all the stuff i need, I have been told the pound shop does alot of the tinned/jar things xx

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    Yeah they are good for jar sauce type things as these are usually around£1.50 or so, and they often have snack type things. I just find it a bit of a potch to shop about (hate hate hate shopping...even clothes) but I guess you have to these days. Tesco (whatever they are called) healthy option (hmm maybe thats the name lol) are nice meals and arelarger than WW and work out as lower pp's.

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    Sainsburys healthier range are ww pointed well, was the last time i checked lol x
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    Iceland are good for things like bagels, wraps, crisps, biscuits etc

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    M&S Count on us range is pointed also, and they are really nice....

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    I find the ww meals very small too. I like to use their sauces though. I need to get my head into making ww friendly meals (other than soup) rather than having ready meals x

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    Do WW still make the korma sauce. I can't find it anywhere that or the thousand islands tuna - my 2 faves

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starlight View Post
    Do WW still make the korma sauce. I can't find it anywhere that or the thousand islands tuna - my 2 faves

    Saw the Korma sauce in Tesco earlier today

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    Tesco does have it. I bought it last week, their light choices one is lovely too x

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    Morrison's sell loads of WW foods and also poundland

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    Tesco currently have loads of WW products on offer so worth a look there
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    Tesco healthy range is called light choices

    Has anyone seen the WW pizza available anywhere? Have looked in my local Tesco and Morrisons but had no luck xx

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