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Arnott's Tim Tam Family Pack 365g $2.79 @ ALDI

  • Tim Tams have 44.8% sugar and 26.9% fat.
  • Equates to $0.76 per 100g.
  • On Sale - 20th April.

Milk Chocolate (38%) (Sugar, Milk Solids, Cocoa Butter, Cocoa Mass, Vegetable Oil, Emulsifiers (Soy Lecithin, E476), Flavour), Wheat Flour, Sugar, Vegetable Oil (Contains Soy), Golden Syrup, Food Colours (Caramel III, Beet Red, Cochineal, Annatto), Cocoa Powder, Salt, Baking Powder, Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin), Flavour.

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Credit to Bot, page 8 of the cattledog

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  • +1

    " 44.8% sugar and 26.9% fat"
    What's not to like about that…

  • +5

    Or as I like to say over 70% of goodness.

    • -1

      100% goodness*

  • +3

    Need mathnerd to check the numbers :(

  • Is it just me, or do the smaller packs have a higher quality Tim tam in them? Ive always suspected these larger packs cheap out on the chocolate covering.

    • +3

      I doubt they've got a separate production line for the family pack.

      • I agree it's not a seperate part of the factory. It would cost way too much. But without having ever worked in a biscuit factory, I believe they could easily do seperate runs with different settings.
        In fact they would do seperate runs because the final product goes into packets of 20 instead of 11 (or whatever size these are).

        • Does not necessarily mean they are made in different batches, they are just packed in different batches.

          They would still have one universal production line.

  • Tim Tams have 44.8% sugar and 26.9% fat.

    Honestly less than I thought ngl

  • +3

    Is it bad to eat a whole pack in a single day? Asking for a friend.

    • +1

      depends on what other high explosive they eat.
      Lard a$$

  • Tim Tam Slams!

  • Original are not as good as double coat.

    Just throw out the current original, make the current double the original, then have a quad coat as well.

    More choc and less biscuit the better


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