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2014/10/03 14:21:55 (permalink)

TPW Zero Syrups

Has TPW stopped selling this product?
 
I went to order some more bottle and they don't appear on the website, when you search for them it comes up with amessage that says:
 
http://www.theproteinworks.com/products/protein-foods/zero-syrups
 
Wasn't sure to add this thread in this section or on TPW section on thissite.
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    phil3030
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    Re: TPW Zero Syrups 2014/10/03 19:26:11 (permalink)
    Oldy - official response on the way
    They were sold out on Tuesday and it said something about waiting for new stock, but I will try to find out if this is still the case. Have sent this on anyway mate.
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    Re: TPW Zero Syrups 2014/10/06 16:04:14 (permalink)
    Oldy
    Has TPW stopped selling this product? I went to order some more bottle and they don't appear on the website.



    Hey Oldy! Yes we're still selling them and they remain as popular as ever. They are currently out of stock though, which sometimes mean they disappear from the website.
     
    You'll see the page has reappeared now but there's no stock. There's no fixed date yet for a return but we're on the case and hoping it won't be too long as we know lots of you love them!

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    Re: TPW Zero Syrups 2014/10/06 17:16:26 (permalink)
    Thanks for the info,will keep checking every few days to see if new stock has arrived.
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    Re: TPW Zero Syrups 2014/10/17 07:51:02 (permalink)
    Oldy
    Has TPW stopped selling this product?
     
    I went to order some more bottle and they don't appear on the website, when you search for them it comes up with amessage that says:
     
    http://www.theproteinworks.com/products/protein-foods/zero-syrups
     
    Wasn't sure to add this thread in this section or on TPW section on thissite.


    Have you considered Walden Farms sauces?
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    Re: TPW Zero Syrups 2014/10/17 07:54:19 (permalink)
    Walden farms are horrible if you ask me, tried them all and threw them away except for the pancake syrup which is bearable, but they taste like chemicals, if you're not cutting my advice would be use honey or sugar but just a small amount.

    Those sauces are not good for you.

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    Re: TPW Zero Syrups 2014/10/17 08:36:59 (permalink)
    Will ask for an update for you on this

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    Re: TPW Zero Syrups 2014/10/17 09:04:46 (permalink)
    Are TPW much different than the WF sauces? Have to admit some aren't great, but the strawberry and pancake syrups are quite nice. And the ketchup is an ok alternative, although that seems to depend on what it's eaten with - sausages and bacon is nice, eggs not so much
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    Re: TPW Zero Syrups 2014/10/17 09:18:41 (permalink)
    I had the maple syrup one and used it in my oats, smell is very maple syrup like the flavour isnt strong so you will have to use a fair bit dependent. it does add a nice bit of flavour to the oats and as im using jam at the moment i wouldnt mind them back in stock.
     
    For a few quid is defo worth checking out, 
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    Re: TPW Zero Syrups 2014/10/17 13:35:02 (permalink)
    The TPW Blueberry and strawberry are pretty tasty a lot better than Waldon Farms IMHO.
     
    They obviously dont have that oomph something sugary gives but they do a great job in Porridge.
     
    Worth trying



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    Re: TPW Zero Syrups 2014/10/21 14:07:56 (permalink)
    Still out of stock,come on TPW get your fingers out and chase up your suppliers or i might have to give Walden Farms products a try despite what others have said about the chemical taste of their products.
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    Re: TPW Zero Syrups 2014/10/21 16:39:09 (permalink)
    i'd steer clear of walden farms mate, what are you looking to use it on?
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    Re: TPW Zero Syrups 2014/10/21 16:43:06 (permalink)
    robert123
    i'd steer clear of walden farms mate, what are you looking to use it on?




    All sorts of things, porridge, ice cream, smoothies, and also making some Chia Seeds overnight porridge.
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    Re: TPW Zero Syrups 2014/10/21 16:50:04 (permalink)
    you can get a nice maple syrup one from tesco, a tablespoon is 38 cals and 10g carbs not ideal as an alternative but worth considering for porridge.
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    Re: TPW Zero Syrups 2014/10/21 16:59:39 (permalink)
    I use honey that has a hint of raspberry, lovely stuff, and only use 5g of sugars worth per bowl of porridge.

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    Re: TPW Zero Syrups 2014/10/21 18:53:56 (permalink)
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    Walden farms are horrible if you ask me, tried them all and threw them away except for the pancake syrup which is bearable, but they taste like chemicals, if you're not cutting my advice would be use honey or sugar but just a small amount.

    Those sauces are not good for you.



    Yeah totally bang on there mate 0cals  its got to be made from summat
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