Marks & Spencers Food To Go...not that healthy

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    Marks & Spencers Food To Go...not that healthy

    Anyone checked out the new Marks & Spencers food range? Unfortunately it's not as wide as what you get in the UK. The good news is that there is nutritional information on the label, the bad news is that it reveals how bad it is. Prawn Mayo sandwich....791 calories, and 62g of fat!! That's worse than a Big Mac!

    I hope M&S can formulate some healthier options - currently all their sandwiches have butter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sxc:
    currently all their sandwiches have butter.
    Eh? How can a sandwich not have butter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PDLM:
    Eh? How can a sandwich not have butter?
    And they don't advertise the range as Healthy anyway.

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    What's the alternative: margarine? That's not healthy either.


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    Ha ha guys, I saw some guy eating their M&S sandwich in the MTR.

    *uckxng amazing


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    Very hip indeed, hehe~


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    Obvioiusly selling well because the place in Chai Wan that makes them is working long hours of overtime.


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    I know they re not specifically promoted as healthy but for those of us who watch what they eat it's always good to hve more options in HK. Especially as m&s is going through a health promotion in the uk now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bookblogger:
    What's the alternative: margarine? That's not healthy either.
    Ummm neither butter nor margarine. Looks like I'm in the minority when it comes to healthy eating here...
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    [QUOTE=bookblogger;426515]What's the alternative [QUOTE]

    a nice fat dollop of mustard ....mmmmm


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