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1-day- Cadbury Old gold box chocolates x 3 RRP $53.95 only $5.99 + $5.99 shipping

Posted By: kazyazy, posted 2009/10/16 11:56
Cadbury Old gold box chocolates x 3 RRP $53.95 only $5.99 + $5.99 shipping
BEST BEFORE 5 October 2009.
Limit of 2 packs per customer. Each pack includes 3 x 250g boxes of Cadbury Old Gold Continental Dark Chocolates.


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  • lisss2009/10/16 12:03:43
    BEST BEFORE 5 October 2009.

    Limit of 2 packs per customer. Each pack includes 3 x 250g boxes of Cadbury Old Gold Continental Dark Chocolates.

    Please note that this product has a Best Before date, not an expiry date. Goods that are past their Best Before date are still safe to consume; a Best Before date is merely an indication of when the goods should be consumed by if you want to eat it at its best quality. A ’Use By’ or ’Expiry’ date means the goods are not suitable for sale or consumption.
  • fairybelle2009/10/16 13:27:27
    Just like the last lot of choccies that they had. Best Before... Pfff... Id eat it even if it was a year past!
  • lilpretzel2009/10/16 14:00:32
    Did any of the other choccies have any discolour fairybelle?

    :)
  • NoosieB2009/10/16 14:28:38
    I'm eating one of my Hershey's Kisses filled with Caramel, which are stored in the pantry. And nope, no discolouring. Off for a while now - to polish off the box. Can't believe I still have some. Anyone want one?
    :w00t:
  • kazyazy2009/10/16 14:35:28
    I want one Noosie :w00t: :w00t:
  • lisss2009/10/16 14:35:56
    fairybelle
    Just like the last lot of choccies that they had. Best Before... Pfff... Id eat it even if it was a year past!


    From my experience, as soon as they're past their best before date they start tasting yucky. I've had this happen several times when a box of chocolates has been a month or 2 past its best before date and I end up trying a few and throwing the rest out. The ones Iv had have always discoloured as well, ie gone a tiny bit witish and lost their 'shine' if that makes sense.
  • fairybelle2009/10/16 15:17:56
    Yeah i know about the whitish-ness.. but when im craving choclate I Dont care!!
  • queenshrew2009/10/16 18:51:03
    My advice? Put them all in the freezer as soon as you receive them..and take them out whenever you need. I love my chocolate frozen anyway... hehe!

    This way..they keep fresh for a lot longer! Also, you can take them out whenever for cooking/baking purposes..just let them thaw to room temperature :)

    I bought one lot. Will be opening them all and putting into containers to stuff in my freezer :)
  • Juniiz2009/10/16 22:58:28
    Actually the last lot I got from them said they expire in OCT 09 but when arrived on the packaging was JAN 10...so still good for another few months :D
  • nlafanclub2009/10/16 23:18:35
    I think that's an excellent deal! Too bad my expanding waistline doesn't agree :(
  • Rebekah762009/10/17 20:04:23
    the 'white' stuff is actually when a chocolate has melted and re solidified (ie, left in the heat). If the chocolate is heat affected, then it will be awful - this has NOTHING to do with the best before date.

    so - if your chocolate is heat affected, you have every right to return it as it can happen to products within their date.

    Last time, my chocolates from 1 day had 6 monthsw more useby than promised.. and were delicious.. and the hersheys kisses with almonds are quickly disappearing... very tasty!

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