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Coles Peanuts

Coles Peanuts

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bil

bilSYDNEY

  • 3 reviews

I would not have Coles unsalted peanuts for free

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Not worth the cheap price far better to get Nobby's at the extra price.
Coles unsalted peanuts need continuous culling not the peanut you can have without checking.
Definitely not suitable for sharing
This is not a review based on a single instance but have progressively got worse.
The peanuts are suitable for human consumption but personally I would only eat them if there was no other food available.

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Adrian

AdrianSydney

  • 4 reviews
  • 3 likes

Used to be great, terrible since late 2014

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Sada

SadaGreater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC

  • 676 reviews
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A yummy crunchy nutty option.

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These are pretty good, they are salted and unsalted varieties and the salted ones taste basically just like salted peanuts. I think they do lack just a little bit less flavour than the branded ones, but other than that, these are just as good as the ones that you may more money for. These also come in a foil pack, so that makes storing them much easier. They are crunchy and make a fun and yummy snack. You can also serve them along with drinks during the summer in a party and they are perfect for nibbling while watching tv.
These are lower in price compared to the branded ones.
These are a high kilojoule snack, so I cannot eat too many of these.

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Paul Gabler

Paul Gablerasked

Why have you dropped the unsalted peanuts from your shelves we love them. Is this a permanent situation or can it be reversed.

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