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Is 2000 packets of Splenda enough?

Sunday, December 15, 2013

Some people may think I consume Splenda to excess but ... I haven't died yet and it's been so helpful reaching goal weight and maintaining my fluid intake.

My only complaint: it's expensive. So last week when I was running low, I went to Amazon and found the biggest container (and best discount): 2000 packets for just $38. That's about 2 cents per packet - cheaper than I could find at Walmart!

Should last me a few years!

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  • v NELLJONES
    Time does go by and one day that box will be empty. I am grateful for Splenda. As someone who remembers the early days of artificial sweeteners, it's come a long way.
    950 days ago
  • v TXPATRIOT
    Wow! Great deal!
    956 days ago
  • v PINKNFITCARLA
    I buy things I use in bulk as well...and I'm with you, Splenda has helped me so I continue to use it.
    956 days ago
  • v SMITTY4RL
    LOL! That is a lot of sweetener, but I live with a man who buys his favorite candy bars in bulk off of Amazon, so I can't say too much. (He doles them out over the year.) But I'm with you, the prices of that stuff (Splenda) are way too high.
    956 days ago

    Comment edited on: 12/15/2013 7:46:40 PM
  • v TENNESSEEWALKER
    Buy what you use, and a purchase made in anticipation of use is not an impulse purchase.

    I bought a box of 1,000 T-shirt bags. I'm about two-thirds through it.

    Like your style!
    956 days ago
  • v PURPOSEPOWER95
    I have a local discount store where I buy it for only 1 - 2 dollars. But I have cut back on it. Too much folks talking about it not being good for you.
    956 days ago
  • v JSTETSER
    Yikes!
    That is a lot of artificial sweetness!
    956 days ago
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