Marks and Spencer Diet Sparkling Orange
Short Life 7+ Days at dispatch date

Marks and Spencer Diet Sparkling Orange (1000g)

1-2 Day Delivery to USA

1-2 Day Delivery to USA

Now £3.12 Was £5.49

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  • Vegetarian
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This diet sparkling orange pop from M&S is ideal for sunny days!

The whole family will love the taste and the lasting refreshment it provides, making this a real favourite up and down the country.

Delicious, revitalising, and perfect for days out with the kids, it's a truly popular choice you're sure to love.

One of our Marks and Spencer branded products. Take advantage of our current sale discount, saving you £2.37, and is suitable for vegetarians. This item typically has a short best before date of 7 days from time of dispatch.


Carbonated Water, Florida Orange Juice from Concentrate (5%) , Orange Fruit from Concentrate (3%) , Acid: Citric Acid, Flavourings, Acidity Regulator: E331, Stabiliser: E466, Gum Arabic, Preservative: E202, Sweetener: Sucralose, Coconut Oil, Colour: Carotenes..

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