16 Apr 2015

New Instore Megapost Part 3: Pringles Tortilla Chips, Drinks & Yogurts

The last new instore post of the day! A massive thank you to Sun L. for sending me most of the photos in this post. 

Pringles Tortilla Chips: Thank you to everyone who informed me about these and again to Sun L. for the awesome photo. I haven't bought Pringles in a while but I'll definitely be adding these to my next Asda order. There are Sour Cream and Original varieties. I can imagine these Pringles Tortilla Chips will be very popular with my eldest son and his friends! £1.00p at Asda.

Robinsons Squashed Pear & Blueberry: This is a fairly new flavour for this range, along with Citrus and Tropical varieties. £1.98p at Asda.

Robinsons rebranding and new Lemon & Mango flavour: On the subject of Robinsons squash, Britvic also announced earlier this year that they are phasing out all full-sugar products for this brand. All Robinsons fruit squashes will now be "no added sugar" and will feature the tagline "Real Fruit in Every Drop". There are also new squash flavours such as Lemon & Mango and Orange & Raspberry.

Although I can understand the reasoning behind this decision (falling sales of sugary squash), I'd prefer to still have the choice of real sugar or artificial sweeteners. I also dislike the false emphasis on the FRUIT on the front of the bottle for a product that has only 6% fruit content (5% Lemon and 1% Mango). £1.59p at Asda.

Relentless Mango Ultra: I know literally nothing about canned energy drinks. Never had one. I get my kicks the old fashioned way - coffee. £0.89p at Asda.

Nakd Coconut Bliss Fruit & Nut Nibbles: I really want to try this new range of Fruit & Nut Nibbles from Nakd, especially this Coconut Bliss flavour. £0.80p at Asda.

Nakd Fruit Salad Fruit & Nut Nibbles: The Fruit Salad variety is clearly a nod to the famous sweets of the same name. Kev's Snack Reviews has a review of these and also the Tooty Fruity flavour here. £0.80p at Asda.

Nakd Strawberries & Cream Fruit & Nut Nibbles: This is the second flavour I'd like to try. Apparently these Fruit & Nut Nibbles can be used in baking or as a topping for yogurt or cereal. There are also other flavours; Mint Humbug, Salted Caramel, and Toffee Treat. £0.80p at Asda.

The Laughing Cow Light with Cheddar: I know these have been around for a little while now and I've actually already bought them. They're a tasty addition to The Laughing cow Light triangles cheese range that already includes Blue Cheese and Emmental varieties. £0.94p at Asda.

Nesquik Milk Slice - Milk & Yogurt Filling: The Nesquik Milk Slice Chocolate variety used to be popular with my kids when they were younger (and I quite liked them too!). There is now a new Milk & Yogurt version available too. £1.00p at Asda.

Liberté Strained Greek Style Yogurts on a Mango layer: The Liberté range of strained yogurts is one of my favourites and I'm excited to see a couple of new flavours being released. Mango is always a winning yogurt flavour so I can't wait to try this one! £2.39p at Asda.

Liberté Strained Greek Style Yogurts on a Pear layer: I'm also eager to try the Pear flavour. Pear yogurts can be a bit more hit and miss but it's still a flavour that I enjoy in general. I hope to review these soon. £2.39p at Asda.

McCain Spicy Peri-Peri Fries: Ones to look out for! McCain are launching several new products including these Spicy Peri-Peri Fries.
McCain Mash Machines: These limited edition transport potato shapes are sure to be popular with little kids everywhere. Other new products from McCain include a limited edition American BBQ Wedges and Steakhouse Ridge Cut Fries. Let me know if you spot any of these instore!

Check out my other new instore posts today here and here.

Many thanks again to Sun L. for all the great photos in this post. As always, if you've spotted or bought any interesting new products then I'd love to hear from you too - grocerygems@gmail.com or @grocerygems.


  1. I used to love a product by kinder similar to those nequick things, they were refrigerated - I've not seen them fir years, wonder if they are as good

    1. There's a small Polish supermarket near me that sells Kinder Milk Slice! Packaging is East European but it tastes the same as I remember, so if you have an East European import shop near you check out the fridge section :)

    2. That's a great tip, thanks! Hopefully one of the Polish shops near me will have them :)

  2. Thanks for the mention Katherine :) I never thought to try the Nakd Nibbles in baking! I bet they'd be lovely in "healthier" cookies.

  3. there is also a Tooty Fruity version of Nakd nibbles(My favourite so far!) They smell healthy and remind me of summer :) I even got my sister to try some and she claims to be "allergic" to healthy food :@ Lol. didn't like the coconut ones though (not really a big coconut fan thought so nut really surprised) If only the supermarkets by me stock them already. Never thought about using them in baking thanks for the idea! I have tried some as ice cream toppings though, yum :D

    1. ooh I really want to try the Tooty Fruity ones now! With ice cream sounds delicious! :)

  4. that is good breakfast and it looks yummy. nice product.

  5. Those Pringles come in Nacho Cheese flavour too (saw them in Tesco but didn't get a photo).

    1. Thanks Lisa, I've got a review of the Nacho Cheese later today. I bought them in Asda but it's good to know they are in Tesco too!


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