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Asda Wholemeal Pitts Breads

Discussion in 'Slimming World' started by bubbalicious, 16 June 2010 Social URL.

  1. bubbalicious

    bubbalicious Silver Member

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    Can someone please help! I have seen from other threads that they are back on the shelves but my Asda still don't seem to have them, the only ones I can find are the "flat bread co" ones.

    Can the people who have started buying them again let me know if they are in the same packaging as before so I can keep an eye out??

    Thanks.
     
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  3. Mrs V

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    I think the packaging has changed from a beige colour to almost an orange colour Hun. They are definitely in with the other pitta breads and in my Asda they are on the bottom shelf.
     
  4. soccermom

    soccermom I AM A WEMITT x

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    They dont have the asda ones in mine either and its a huge store, the only ones they have are in a brownish packaging and produced by "Flat bread co" , the same a bubbalicious.

    I will stick to my wholemeal rolls for now I think.
     
  5. Mummy_Helen

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    I think it was decided we could use Morrisons ones because the nutrition detail was almost identical.
     
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    I just use the tesco mini wholemeal ones now.. 3.5 syns and does the trick. Don't think they are a HE, but still.. spending them wisely. x
     
  7. Heaven

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    asda brown pitta bread

    i cant seem to get hold of them and when i asked yesterday in asda they said they were stopping them. FFS i am so sick of nimble bread just want a pitta.
     
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    Eternalflame Excited about the new me!

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    There is another thread saying the same.. a new package I believe. x
     
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    ooooooo sorry x
     
  10. Circes

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    Someone on FB phoned the synline and apparently the new Asda pittas are not a HEB any more! They now have to be counted as 7 syns each :(

    Typical, as I'ved only just gone and bought a pack!
     
  11. louisedan

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    better off getting Tesco ones if thats the case. Thanks Circes.
     
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