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Asda v Tesco


wannabe yummy mummy
Asda stock more of the WW branded products but both have a healthy eating range - Tesco's is called light choices, they have some fab products and Asda's is Good For You, again some nice stuff but not prominantly marked as being healthy
If its specifically ww meals foods you are looking for I'd recommend farmfoods, they do a good selection of the meals, chips and desserts for £1.
definately Tesco, although as others said they do not stock many ww products. I buy a lot of their light choices meals and also they do a frozen fish product called lightly dusted cod and at 2.5 points its well worth it.
I personally shop at Tesco, but that's because their own range of healthy stuff seems to be lower in points than Asda. Having said that, I have found myself up at Asda stocking up on WW branded goodies, because they stock a MUCH better range.
im biased i work in Asda so get discount, but i have looked else where and cant find half as much of the weight wathers range as i can in Asda!


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Tesco for the weekly shop,
Asda for the pre-made WW sandwiches for lunch at work/college :)
yeah i like going elsewhere too. still live at home with parents so they shop there to get discount when you spend well over a hundred a week the discount comes in handy... i like to look out for bargains in tesco/morrisons etc

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