B&M is selling some Jaffa Cakes in a bargain box of 100. The mega box of 100 cakes comes in a big box.
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The 100 cakes are being sold for £4.29, working out at less than 5p per biscuit.
B&M is selling the pack as one of it’s Big Value packs.
The boxes can be found in store. It offers a huge saving for fans of the snack, as packs of 10 are usually sold for £1.
There is a limited availability of the boxes, so hurry if you want one.
Elsewhere, Iceland is also selling 100 Jaffa Cakes for slightly more at £5.
One hundred Jaffa Cake boxes have sold out in Tesco and in Home Bargains.
Many are turning to their favourite foods to keep them going post lockdown.
Many other food deals are hitting shelves, including a ‘Big Daddy Steak’ from Aldi.
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The steak has been matured for 21 days to lock in all the flavour.
It costs £7.99 and can feel the whole family.
While people have been snacking on their favourites at home, restaurants are starting to open.
McDonald’s is opening, sparking joy for fans of the branch.
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McDonald’s breakfast menu is back in 42 branches.
Paul Pomroy, chief executive officer for McDonald’s UK and Ireland, said in an email to customers: “A month ago, we reopened 15 restaurants for McDelivery only as we began our return to business.
“I am so grateful to our employees, franchisees and partners for working together as we’ve carefully scaled up our operations and returned to communities across the UK and Ireland.”
However, while it’s good news for many as the McMuffin will finally be available again, not everything is coming back.
“As with our main menu, we will have a limited menu at breakfast but we’ve kept the classics – hash browns, McMuffins and pancakes all return.
“Unfortunately, whilst adhering to social distancing guidelines, we are unable to serve porridge, bagels and our Breakfast Wrap. “This is because we have fewer people in the kitchen.”
Burger King is opening 52 branches across the UK too.
Katie Evans, Marketing Director at Burger King UK, said: “We are so pleased to be able to open more restaurants this week and slowly but surely get back to ‘normal’, ensuring all safety measures are in place.”
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