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which supermarkets sell the majority of ww foods

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  1. mini~mimms

    mini~mimms Full Member

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    which supermarkets sell the majority of ww foods i have sommerfield and sainsburys close to me but find them both only selling there fresh/frozen meals yoguarts im wondering about there sausages bacon cheese and onion rolls pizzas that kind of thing im hopefully going shopping this evening and wondering where to shop x
     
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    Hi :)
    I think Asda do the largest range as have seen bacon, quiche, pizza there :)
    Let us know how you get on
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    I like Tesco, they have a lot of stuff and you can also choose stuff from their lighter choice range cause they all have the points on them too! Means you have a much wider choice! They do great lighter choice bacon that is only 2,5 points for 4 bits!
     
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    thanks so much for both your replies we are gonna try asda this week as its nearer then hopefully tesco next week i like the idea tesco healthy choice has the points value on them makes life that bit easier ill let you know how i get on thanks again ! x
     
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    Anna, thanks for that link! Very informative :)
     
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    asda has all the cook in sauces down to £1 a jar - italian / indian / chinese.. lovely! :p going to try em next week they look tasty :D
     
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    I have tried Sweet and Sour and Korma and both were good!
     
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    I wouldn't bother with the WW bacon - it's 0.5 points per slice, but Sainsbury's BGTY bacon is 1 point for 3 slices :) and it's cheaper than WW bacon :p

    If you get a copy of 'irresistable' (the free magazine) at your next meeting, it says in there.

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    thanks so much for your replies well i went to asda (first time in over 6 months ) and it was empty:cry:trust me to go when they are about 2 shut store for refurb however i did manage to find some ww stuff so not all bad ...........

    thanks for that tip jen but i brought the ww bacon already but will try bgty ill pop to sainsbury in week thats a excellent tip
     
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    NOOOOO the WW bacon is THE best!! Its gorgeous, much tastier than Sainsburys, Asda or Tesco :) I just wish it was easier to find
     
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    I admit I haven't had WW bacon, but I took 1 look at the price and said decided against it :p

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    Oh its dearer but OMG its streets ahead of the others taste wise, its gorgeous!!
     
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