ASDA's New Slimming World Compatible Food Range: Slimzone

6 January 2017
Slimming World Compatible Range @ ASDA

Do you do Slimming World? I have seen some really impressive weight loss results on those that stick to SW Diets. If you have just started or have been doing Slimming World for a while, you may be pleased to find out that ASDA have just launched a new range that is compatible with the Slimming World way of eating.

It's called Slimzone and currently consists of 13 ready meals that can be found in the Freezer section of most ASDA stores.

Asda have stated that the Slimzone meals are 'free to enjoy when following the Slimming World Extra Easy Plan'.

The meals in the Slimzone range have 50p off at the moment, making them £2.50 each. Whilst, it may not be economical to eat these everyday, they are indeed handy to keep in the freezer for days when convenience comes first.

Here are some examples of what's on offer: ASDA Slimzone 6 Pork Sausages*, ASDA Slimzone Turkey Meatball Marinara*, ASDA Slimzone Chicken & Prawn Paella*, ASDA Slimzone Thai Green Chicken Curry* and ASDA Slimzone Chicken Dinner*.

This range is NOT by Slimming World themselves, but ASDA with the Slimming World Extra Easy Plan in mind.


177 comments

  • Sam R.

    Watch out these are currently syned till slimming world do more research

  • Kim A.

    they are not all syn free!!! please check them! some are about 11 syns!!

  • Leanne T.

    :loudspeaker: SW OFFICIAL STATEMENT

    We know there’s a lot of confusion around the new Asda Slimzone meals, and whether they count as a Slimming World Free Food or not and understandably people are finding it hard to understand why we can’t just clarify the position. Calculating Syn values for manufactured products that contain Free Foods is a complex process – there are many ingredients, some in very small proportions – and not all of them are Free Foods. We have asked Asda to supply us with more detailed recipe and ingredient breakdowns for each meal as this is the only way we can know for sure if the meals do count as Free Foods (as we did for the Slimming World meals in Iceland) or provide an accurate Syn value. In the meantime, the only way we have of assessing the meals is to put them through the Syns Calculator, choosing a Free Food allowance for each meal (as we would have to do for any meal including Slimming World’s if we didn’t have the full recipe and ingredient breakdown). Because the Slimming World food range has been carefully monitored at all stages of production, from ingredient selection to manufacturing, we’re 100% confident that every product is a Free Food. We don’t have the same control over other brands, although we can give you our very best estimate based on the nutrition and ingredients given on the food packaging. Based on the calculator, the Syn values for the Slimzone meals are as follows. Asda Slimzone Chicken Chow Mein - 5.5 Syns per 500g pack Asda Slimzone Chicken & Prawn Paella - 7.5 Syns per 500g pack Asda Slimzone Chicken Tikka Biryani with Rice - 9.5 Syns per 500g pack Asda Slimzone Chicken Tikka Masala - Free Asda Slimzone Chicken Jalfrezi - Free Asda Slimzone Thai Green Chicken Curry - Free Asda Slimzone Cottage Pie - 8 Syns per 500g pack Asda Slimzone Vegetable Arrabbiata - Free Asda Slimzone Beef and Three Bean Chilli with Rice - 10 Syns per 500g pack Asda Slimzone Pork Sausages - Free Asda Slimzone Chicken Dinner - 3.0 Syns per 500g pack Asda Slimzone Turkey Bolognese - 6.5 Syns per 500g pack Asda Slimzone Turkey Meatball Marinara - 6.0 Syns per 500g pack It’s important to say that at this point these are approximate Syn values only, and the Syns Calculator is designed to err on the side of caution to protect weight loss. Looking at the packaging, there is a strong likelihood that the Slimzone meals will be Free or low in Syns, but until we have the information from Asda we don’t know that for sure. As you know, we have a long history of collaborating with retailers to establish the Syn values of products, and we feature thousands of branded Free Foods and low Syn foods in our database, in the magazine, directories and online. We are very happy to make our members aware of Syn values, especially when a product is low in Syns or count as a Free Food, because these are the products that will be most helpful to your weight loss. If we had known in advance about these meals, we would have been able to provide the information ahead of the launch and have been in a better position to answer your questions.

    • Louise M.

      Hi Kelly the statement above is correct for the time being xx

  • Jody W.

    Not all many of the meals are syn free though!

  • Emma M.

    False advertising to claim these are syn free on slimming world without actually consulting slimming world at any stage during the production to verify this!

    • Ceri D.

      Free to enjoy not syn free sneaky asda

    • Emma M.

      the implication is there with the intention to dupe slimming world members. Shouldn't even mention slimming world as they didn't consult them before hand

    • Emma M.

      The packaging of the product pictured with the article says when following the slimming world extra easy plan

  • Jo D.

    Apparently slimming world are taking them to court over this as they have had no permission to use any reference to slimming world

    • Dominique T.

      From what our reps been told they're fairly annoyed but at the moment they're more focused on working out if they are actually syn free or not

  • Suzanne H.

    Not endorsed by SW so not free of syns ... xx

  • Mary S.

    not validated by slimming world

  • Suzanne H.

    :loudspeaker: SW OFFICIAL STATEMENT

    We know there’s a lot of confusion around the new Asda Slimzone meals, and whether they count as a Slimming World Free Food or not and understandably people are finding it hard to understand why we can’t just clarify the position. Calculating Syn values for manufactured products that contain Free Foods is a complex process – there are many ingredients, some in very small proportions – and not all of them are Free Foods. We have asked Asda to supply us with more detailed recipe and ingredient breakdowns for each meal as this is the only way we can know for sure if the meals do count as Free Foods (as we did for the Slimming World meals in Iceland) or provide an accurate Syn value. In the meantime, the only way we have of assessing the meals is to put them through the Syns Calculator, choosing a Free Food allowance for each meal (as we would have to do for any meal including Slimming World’s if we didn’t have the full recipe and ingredient breakdown). Because the Slimming World food range has been carefully monitored at all stages of production, from ingredient selection to manufacturing, we’re 100% confident that every product is a Free Food. We don’t have the same control over other brands, although we can give you our very best estimate based on the nutrition and ingredients given on the food packaging. Based on the calculator, the Syn values for the Slimzone meals are as follows. Asda Slimzone Chicken Chow Mein - 5.5 Syns per 500g pack Asda Slimzone Chicken & Prawn Paella - 7.5 Syns per 500g pack Asda Slimzone Chicken Tikka Biryani with Rice - 9.5 Syns per 500g pack Asda Slimzone Chicken Tikka Masala - Free Asda Slimzone Chicken Jalfrezi - Free Asda Slimzone Thai Green Chicken Curry - Free Asda Slimzone Cottage Pie - 8 Syns per 500g pack Asda Slimzone Vegetable Arrabbiata - Free Asda Slimzone Beef and Three Bean Chilli with Rice - 10 Syns per 500g pack Asda Slimzone Pork Sausages - Free Asda Slimzone Chicken Dinner - 3.0 Syns per 500g pack Asda Slimzone Turkey Bolognese - 6.5 Syns per 500g pack Asda Slimzone Turkey Meatball Marinara - 6.0 Syns per 500g pack It’s important to say that at this point these are approximate Syn values only, and the Syns Calculator is designed to err on the side of caution to protect weight loss. Looking at the packaging, there is a strong likelihood that the Slimzone meals will be Free or low in Syns, but until we have the information from Asda we don’t know that for sure. As you know, we have a long history of collaborating with retailers to establish the Syn values of products, and we feature thousands of branded Free Foods and low Syn foods in our database, in the magazine, directories and online. We are very happy to make our members aware of Syn values, especially when a product is low in Syns or count as a Free Food, because these are the products that will be most helpful to your weight loss. If we had known in advance about these meals, we would have been able to provide the information ahead of the launch and have been in a better position to answer your questions.

  • Laura L.

    A few bits are syn free though so may be worth a try x

  • Kirstie D.

    Yes I saw this, I'll stick to Iceland ones lol xx

  • Liz B.

    Tut tut! Homemade is best anyway x

  • Claire D.

    All the above there's a couple that's free but others are ridiculous syns x sw haven't checked them so suggestions are made to avoid x

  • Claire H.

    Free to enjoy does not mean syn free. I'm free to enjoy a piece of chocolate but even a Freddo has 5 syns:smile:

    • Emma-Louise H.

      Caramel Freddo is only 4.5 though! :joy:

  • Rachael C.

    Actually I've just read the other comments on here,not very positive!

  • Charlotte G.

    So slimming world are taking them to court and have put syns on all of the products from asda? The products that are cheaper and are of no financial benefit to slimming world. Seems a bit like when they increased syns on chow mein from the chinese when they released their own version in Iceland :see_no_evil:

    • Dominique T.

      They've not said that. They've said they've asked for the complete ingredients list so that they can actually put a syn value to it and if it is syn free then they will say so. But in the mean time dont assume it is because Asda might have got it wrong and then you could put weight on when you thought you were being good

    • Emma-Louise H.

      ASDA aren't actually saying they're syn free. Very confusing wording, esp to newbies to the plan. Free to enjoy is what they're saying. Which means it's within syn allowance. Hopefully they'll all be syn free though.

    • Stacey H.

      Slimming world don't make money off the Iceland meals, profits are put into the best ingredients and development of new meals. :-)

    • Louise H.

      Slimmingworld have said that some of the meals from asda are free... They want to protect people's weight loss that's all. They have an agree ment to muller lights but they still tell us what other yogurts r free. So it's not that they aren't making money at all.

  • Sarah G.

    Thanks chick! Will check them out

  • Georgia J.

    Apparently I got told to be careful of these as Asda have ripped off SlimmingWorld and they might not be syn free!

  • Bryony C.

    It's not been cleared by slimming world hun... Iceland is the only one that has xxxxx

  • Becca T.

    Ahh something and more choice x

  • Becky H.

    I know but slimming world have done some syns on asda meals already xxxxxx

  • Tasha R.

    Wow will have to go have a look xxx

  • Lisa W.

    I tried one yesterday the chicken byriani it was awful, couldn't eat it all it was that bad :sweat:

  • Carole Q.

    Was looking for them yesterday but they weren't in

  • Sharon C.

    No prob think it's so wrong they can just advertise it as syn free when it's not xx

  • Sara M.

    They are quite high in syns when read sw comment x

  • Holly S.

    Started weight watchers would have to scan them to check points :see_no_evil:xx

  • Carly S.

    Ooh I get confused to which it is x

  • Jayne S.

    Thanks! I've joined slimming world and these are not all syn free! SW have their own range in Iceland but my freezer isn't big enough!!! X

  • Tara P.

    *****These are NOT free on slimming world some of these meals are 10syns please everyone check *******

    • Gail P.

      Someone put them through the online calculator and one came out at 17 :scream: Best to wait until sw have the ingredients list x

    • Libby J.

      My sw consultant has said they are not endorsed by sw x

    • Libby J.

      My sw consultant has said they are not endorsed by sw x

  • Jane C.

    Yeah they should have checked the facts first really, but some are free. I think it's great that SW take things like this seriously as they are worried for the members weight losses but if the members know the syn value they can choose whether or not to have it x

  • Hannah P.

    These aren't free on slimming world!! X

  • Cari B.

    Trouble is not all of them are as clever as us! I imagine there will be a few people taking this as gospel, by the way I had salad for dinner

  • Jane C.

    Hi five u :thumbsup_tone1:. Yeah it's misleading specially if u r busy x

  • Ellie G.

    There's only a few that are x

  • Heather M.

    Just read one of the comments though that they arent syn free :disappointed:

  • Emma C.

    Yeah I just read that. Still might be nice!xx

  • Maggie L.

    Our wonderful leader has told us to look carefully and syn them from ingredients. SW has not okayed this range as yet.

  • Emma C.

    They aren't free like was first claimed!!

  • Caroline A.

    Thanks chick, heard several different stories about this, not doing it at mo but planning to re-start soon, everyones taste different I guess xx

  • Cheryl B.

    Yeah there is only a few that are actually free in syns the rest are quite high... There has been upraw about it. But thanks chick xx

  • Rachael C.

    Bit naughty of asda!! Although some of them do sound nice x

  • Allison S.

    Yer seen them in Asda today

  • Christie W.

    Slimming world don't actually know if they are intact syn free. They are looking into it

  • Claire P.

    Oh right!! That'll be interesting to find out xx

  • Christie W.

    Next comment states the syn values.

  • Claire G.

    Apprantly asda haven't told sw about these whoops xx

  • Tracey H.

    Yeah seen these, some are free which is good x

  • Christie W.

    Looks like slimming world are taking Asda to court over in. One comment said. They didn't have permission to refer to sw.

  • Aimee M.

    if you get the daily mirror from tomorrow til tuesday as well they are giving away free recipe books each day i think

  • Lorna Y.

    I got the sweet & sour 1 today xx

  • Donna D.

    Lovely! We had the Indian tonight xx

  • Helen D.

    Just looked at other post. And done saying they aren't marked up for the amount of syns?? Also slimming world sueing? Xx

  • Donna D.

    Yeah they have a new veg biriani in Iceland x

  • Lorna Y.

    Yer I saw that but was worried it might b to spicy haha xx

  • Danielle M.

    Yeah I've seen them advertised but they are telling us to syn them :rage: xx

  • Christy S.

    They are not slimming world approved yet I don't think

  • Donna D.

    No not spicy was yummy xx

  • Ebony L.

    Some are actually syn free. Few are low syns and some are high syns..

  • Jan W.

    A bit naughty of asda when you look at the not so free syn values

  • Rachael C.

    Hasn't been confirmed officially that they are "free" on SW.

  • Shel M.

    These meals are NOT certified by SW, and I much prefer fresh home cooked food. My Iceland meals are great for quick n easy:wink:

  • Donna W.

    Yeah saw this on SW site, there's a bit of debate wether some is free or not, they are looking into it, gonna try some though:thumbsup_tone2:

  • Julie W.

    Hope they r nicer than the Iceland 1's xx

  • Anne H.

    Got all giddy for a mo !!! Back to Iceland I go x

  • Angie D.

    Another range to choose from gives us plenty to choose from :heart_eyes:

  • Chelsea C.

    The sausages are free though xx

  • Claire G.

    Ah I like my porky lights too much so don't bother me xx

  • Chelsea C.

    Iv never found them anywhere xx

  • Claire G.

    Big asda do them and I think morrisons do them. They go quick tho xx

  • Lorna Y.

    Ok might give it a try xx

  • Chelsea C.

    I can never muster the energy for big asda :joy:

  • Claire G.

    Ha ha Waterlooville defo don't do them xx

  • Shel M.

    other companies shouldn't claim their meals are 'free' foods etc as they're opening themselves up to be sued. Asda are in trouble for what they have done ... it takes a long time for the labs to test foods to ensure they're suitable...

  • Ellie R.

    Have they actually said that then? If so thats well naughty. I just saw that they were good slimming foods. Going to be one hefty court case x

  • Lisa W.

    Oooh I'm gonna look at these now. Thank you. :blush:

  • Ellesse W.

    Be careful because they're not sw certified so the syns are different to the ones specified on packs xx

  • Grace K.

    Some have syns im sure it will crop up in class

  • Allison R.

    Already bought a couple to have in the freezer....I didn't actually properly read it tho so didn't realise that it was free on SW....bonus!

  • Deborah W.

    They are really high in syns x

  • Keleigh N.

    Apparently they not free u still need use syn calculator x

  • Vicky D.

    I saw that on my SW facebook group. Very interesting indeed. To be honest they don't look too tasty, the SW meals are a lot better. It was very misleading when they 1st came out as to whether they were free or not. Xxc

  • Zoe T.

    I just saw the slimming world comment, a couple are free x

  • Lisa-Jane B.

    They have released syns on them

  • Jaki J.

    if they as spicy as iceland ones then no ty lol xx

  • Sarah C.

    It's not really on the slimming world plan. They're reevaluating it :L

  • Karen C.

    I might b going tonight. Ill look out X

  • Rachel S.

    Not all syn free but some are (see comments) and might be handy to keep in the freezer xx

  • Helen W.

    Not endorsed by SW. Some of these meals can contain anything up to 9 syns. I'll stick with making my own I think :grinning: xx

  • Janet M.

    On the various apps I have joined it has been almost come to blows about the asda range as they don't have permission from slimming world. People have been told not to talk about this range and the new range of slimming world foods at iceland have not had good reviews x

    • Fiona S.

      Im really impressed by icelands range

  • Emily H.

    Thanks, I shall look forward to see what sw say! I don't really have ready meals but handy to have in xx

  • Tracy C.

    That's sneaky wording!! Not Syn fee apparently x

  • Rachel A.

    Ooo nice will have to try xx

  • Susan E.

    Iv heard about these, they meant to be good x

  • Kelly R.

    Just need to start again :see_no_evil:

  • Kathryn K.

    The Chicken Tikka Masala, Chicken Jalfrezi and Thai Green Curry are free according to post on the SW group. Going to give them a go. X

  • Pam G.

    Haha I'll be looking 2moro but these meals aren't free on slimming world

  • Stephanie W.

    Thanks man. Saw them yesterday. Not much different to the iceland ones tho! X

  • Samantha W.

    Think they were pretty pricey if I remember. We have Quorn at the mo x

  • Vanessa T.

    Just the curries & sausages which are syn free though x

  • Nicola P.

    Read the official SW statement as not free

  • Nicola T.

    ah i did see these on the app but they arnt on the sw app to check syns so wasnt sure x

  • Anne B.

    Yeah some of them are free so might be worth a try

  • Rachelle G.

    Already seen it. I've not had any

  • Amy R.

    Not all are free like they advertise!! Be careful x

  • Emma L.

    There's statement from slimming world on here saying they can't be sure they are syn free as they have not been given full ingredient information. X

  • Jo A.

    Ive had the tikka masala and got sausages in freezer

  • Terri B.

    Ill av a look just orders loads from icelans xx

  • Rosemary S.

    Be careful only a few are syn free

  • Catherine S.

    Thanks Niki. They were talking about these in group last night. Be careful cos they're no endorsed by sw and they are largely not free. I would stick to the Iceland ones if I were you. We tried the burgers tonight, they were really nice xx

  • Catherine S.

    Not great with the new year and stuff but I'm on it from today. Yeah we really liked the burgers and I've bought the sausages again to give them another go. You can get the heck ones from Morrisons too, they're quite low on syns but I can't remember exactly xx

  • Kim V.

    This could be really good for us :smiley::smiley:

  • Abi B.

    Yer they look good don't they but apparently some have got lots of syns in :blush:

  • Becca L.

    Not all of them are free mind, my group leader just posted in our group. I'll get you the list of syns if you like? X

  • Sian G.

    Few of them are free they look good x

  • Hannah H.

    Oh :joy: thankyou for letting me know! Won't get these lol. Need ideas for snacks.. xx

  • Tanya D.

    All icelands sw meals are free tho hon xxx

  • Rachel J.

    Some are quite high in syns. SW have some new meals out I might pop in Iceland over the weekend and see what there is x

  • Marie R.

    Ooo will have to have a look at that xx

  • Helen J.

    Seen this on the slimming world facebook page. They're not all free.

  • Dawn A.

    This is the info from the asda New products INFORMATION ABOUT ASDA SLIMZONE MEALS FROM SW HEAD OFFICE

    We know there’s a lot of confusion around the new Asda Slimzone meals, and whether they count as a Slimming World Free Food or not and understandably people are finding it hard to understand why we can’t just clarify the position.

    Calculating Syn values for manufactured products that contain Free Foods is a complex process – there are many ingredients, some in very small proportions – and not all of them are Free Foods. We have asked Asda to supply us with more detailed recipe and ingredient breakdowns for each meal as this is the only way we can know for sure if the meals do count as Free Foods (as we did for the Slimming World meals in Iceland) or provide an accurate Syn value. In the meantime, the only way we have of assessing the meals is to put them through the Syns Calculator, choosing a Free Food allowance for each meal (as we would have to do for any meal including Slimming World’s if we didn’t have the full recipe and ingredient breakdown).

    Because the Slimming World food range has been carefully monitored at all stages of production, from ingredient selection to manufacturing, we’re 100% confident that every product is a Free Food.

    We don’t have the same control over other brands, although we can give you our very best estimate based on the nutrition and ingredients given on the food packaging.

    Based on the calculator, the Syn values for the Slimzone meals are as follows. Asda Slimzone Chicken Chow Mein - 5.5 Syns per 500g pack Asda Slimzone Chicken & Prawn Paella - 7.5 Syns per 500g pack Asda Slimzone Chicken Tikka Biryani with Rice - 9.5 Syns per 500g pack Asda Slimzone Chicken Tikka Masala - Free Asda Slimzone Chicken Jalfrezi - Free Asda Slimzone Thai Green Chicken Curry - Free Asda Slimzone Cottage Pie - 8 Syns per 500g pack Asda Slimzone Vegetable Arrabbiata - Free Asda Slimzone Beef and Three Bean Chilli with Rice - 10 Syns per 500g pack Asda Slimzone Pork Sausages - Free Asda Slimzone Chicken Dinner - 3.0 Syns per 500g pack Asda Slimzone Turkey Bolognese - 6.5 Syns per 500g pack Asda Slimzone Turkey Meatball Marinara - 6.0 Syns per 500g pack

    It’s important to say that at this point these are approximate Syn values only, and the Syns Calculator is designed to err on the side of caution to protect weight loss. Looking at the packaging, there is a strong likelihood that the Slimzone meals will be Free or low in Syns, but until we have the information from Asda we don’t know that for sure.

    As you know, we have a long history of collaborating with retailers to establish the Syn values of products, and we feature thousands of branded Free Foods and low Syn foods in our database, in the magazine, directories and online. We are very happy to make our members aware of Syn values, especially when a product is low in Syns or count as a Free Food, because these are the products that will be most helpful to your weight loss. If we had known in advance about these meals, we would have been able to provide the information ahead of the launch and have been in a better position to answer your questions.

  • Chelsea R.

    Yea I rekon they all syn free of u put Iceland ones thru cal sum of them Cum up sinned apparently!! But these thru calculator come thru between 2 and 12 !! But I rekon they free but wuld wait til sw say so Iceland ones r bigger tho n ne 50p cheaper here xx

  • Elaine K.

    I went to class today and was told they have syns some as many as11

  • Iona C.

    According to SW they aren't free!! X

  • Hayley H.

    Ohhhhhh fabulous. I shall go have a look tomoz :grinning: thanks love xx

  • Becky G.

    ASDA hav seriously jumped the gun on this one!!!

  • Gail B.

    Gonna b checking them out. X

  • Rachel H.

    Better check Three times just to sure :joy:

  • Mbradders L.

    Lots of controversy....:eyes:

  • Boydy B.

    Might be OK nutrition and calorie wise tho and I imagine a whole lot cheaper!!

  • MaiLis S.

    I wasn't that impressed with them but haven't tried them since last year so might have changed? X

  • Claire L.

    Seen these and they are cheaper than sw ones at Iceland £2.50 x

  • Samantha E.

    Might be worth a try :thinking:

  • Ange C.

    Ooh there is drama with these they are unofficial ha ha slimming world aren't happy! Haven't seen them myself x

  • Jodi S.

    Yeah. Already been outed in group as syns :smirk:

  • Donna-Marie W.

    Already got some today xx

  • MaiLis S.

    I haven't been to Asda for that long I don't know what's changed? Whatever their healthy meals were a year ago ha ha! X

  • Rachel S.

    They have not been approved by SW:grimacing: they have Syns in them but thank u x

  • Ceri L.

    Thanks Hun I will try some of these I think xx

  • Claire W.

    Some of them are high syns believe it or not their not made properly apparently

  • Sharon S.

    :astonished: ooh exciting!!! Thanks mate...I'm starting back officially on Monday 9th!! :wink: xx

  • Nikki M.

    Seen them they look good!! :ok_hand_tone1:

  • Kerriann L.

    Yea they actually look nice

  • Lisa G.

    Thanks lovely x sw don't usually endorse other brand meals except for their own at iceland x

  • Tracey C.

    Head office are on it, lots of info will be in groups next week x

  • Lisa G.

    Hehe ... I get mine from Mark thr butchers they are delish xx

  • Laura W.

    I've seen these some are really high on slimming world tho and not free like they say x

  • Danni O.

    Oh wow! I thought only Iceland did the slimming world ones!

  • Jo H.

    look at the posts, not all of them are free but a large portion are. They are cheaper and I think SW are suing ASDA for it but meh.... get them whilst still in production

  • Sadie C.

    Not been checked by slimming world.

  • Melanie R.

    Wow thanx wasn't aware of this xx

  • Marie R.

    I buy the proper ones from Iceland some of the ones from Asda aren't sin free xxxx

  • Claire R.

    Yeh, there's an investigation by slimming world at the moment as it's not certified as free food xxx

  • Lynne J.

    Hope they taste better than SW own version which are a spicy salty mess! Yuk :disappointed:

  • Rachel M.

    Neither are the Iceland meals if you calculate them in the same way!they may be free!xx

  • Carole M.

    Slimzone. Free to enjoy . We're does it say anything about sw.

  • Ruth C.

    Some of them are quite high in syns the sausages and curry's are free x

  • Natasha A.

    Although I don't think they are syn free like the Iceland meals :frowning2: xxx

  • Sian H.

    Oh I heard this! Next shop trip :joy::stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:xx

  • Becky A.

    I bought these yesterday! Adnan had Thai green curry. Said it was good.

  • Zoe R.

    I just read that in the comments! Bet it confuses a few people! Very crafty! Xx

  • Chris A.

    asda on monday for lunch then

  • Shanie G.

    Double like!! Wonder if it's in castlepoint?? Xxx

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