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Allen's Jaffas 1kg $10 @ Big W


Treat yourself by sweetening your day with the classic Allens Jaffas. This tasty sweet features a choc orange flavour in a crispy shell and contains no artificial colours and conveniently comes in share friendly 1kg bag.

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  • +5

    I tried mixing the 1KG bag in with my popcorn chicken from KFC for second breakfast, but the combo was a bit strange in terms of flavours. But the texture was excellent - crunch from the jaffas and salty smooth juicy chicken. Win.

    • Sounds a tad unhealthy

      • +1

        That's just a state of mind.

    • i tried them mixed with KFC Fries for Elevensies,
      didnt care for it…

    • Chocolate sultanas my friend.

  • Not bad, looks like even the 340g only drops to $4 on special

    Side note, Jaffas Oak Milk?! What is this abomination?!

    • There is a Redskin, and Chokito flavour too. I cant imagine the Redskin flavour in milk.

    • Jaffas oak milk is awful. Don't bother trying it.

      • I think this whole range is awful which is why I’ve seen a few local cheap fruit and veg shops selling them for like 29c each at one place, 2 for $1 at another

  • Definately superior to popcorn for the movies

    • +5

      Has more weight when you thrown it at people who check their phones mid-movie

      • +1

        Has more weight when you thrown it at people who check their phones mid-movie


  • +9

    conveniently comes in share friendly 1kg bag.

    Oh? Is sharing a thing?

    • +1

      How am I supposed to share it, when it contains only one serving?

  • +3

    As much of a bargain this is, I recommend avoiding any products owned by Nestle.

  • contains titanium dioxide for extra uv protection and ground up cochineals (carminic acidic) for colouring. eeeewww!

    Ingredients Sugar, Vegetable Fat [Emulsifiers (Sorbitan Tristearate, Soy Lecithin)], Wheat Flour, Cocoa, Whey Powder (Milk), Thickener (Acid Treated Starch from Corn), Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin), Flavours, Colours (Titanium Dioxide, Carminic Acid, Beta Carotene), Salt, Glazing Agents (Carnauba Wax, Beeswax). Contains Milk, Soy and Wheat. May Contain Tree Nuts

    • +1

      Well done you got your reading license.

      Seriously, read every product, it all has the same stuff, and titanium oxide is not the evil you are trying to make it out to be.

      • Its also used in toothpaste so no need to worry about cavities after eating 1kg of Jaffas.

        Worth noting its been banned in a few countries, not so much once in food but the powder itself is suspected of being linked to some cancer related or like issues, intestinal, lungs etc.

  • Is it still $5? The website says $10

    • Where did you get $5 from?

      • Lol probably my stupid brain on not enough sleep and too many painkillers, idk haha.
        They were 12.50 at my local though.

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