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Love Health Hate Waste logoExtra 25% off 'past-best-before' health food etc*Code for already-reduced but safe-to-use products

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You can get an extra 25% off everything when you enter the MSE Blagged code MSE25 online at discounted health products retailer Love Health Hate Waste* until 11.59pm on Tue 29 May. There's no minimum spend, but codes can only be used once per account. Delivery's from £2.99 depending on weight, and free with orders over £30.

The products, which include vitamins, protein powders and health foods, are beyond their best-before dates but are still safe to use. Due to the clearance nature of the site, stock is limited and what's available changes frequently.

Examples of branded products we found using the code on Tue 14 May include:

  • 50p Rebel Kitchen organic dairy-free vanilla 'mylk' 250ml, next cheapest we found - £1.29 from TheVeganKind.
  • 99p Eat Water no-drain penne gluten free/vegan pasta 200g, next cheapest we found - £2.59 at Holland & Barrett.
  • £1.68 Water Wipes sensitive make-up remover wipes 24s, next cheapest similar we found - £2.50 at Boots.
  • £3 Vitalife organic Japanese ceremonial-grade matcha 25g, next cheapest similar we found - £16.99 for 30g at Clearspring.
  • £11.80 Planet Hemp supergreens smoothie Mix 300g, next cheapest similar we found - £19.99 for 250g at Holland & Barrett.
  • £15 Pulsin whey protein isolate powder 1kg, next cheapest we found - £27.99 from Ocado.

These examples are only a flavour of what's available - there's no guarantee you'll find the same items as we have, as stock is limited for each product.

IMPORTANT: 'best before' vs 'use by'

While 'use-by' dates are an important health warning, 'best befores' are just a manufacturer's guidance of quality. It's perfectly legal to sell goods beyond a best-before date. However, as there's no hard-and-fast rule on how far beyond a best before it's still safe to eat products, you need to make that call yourself. Look and smell are often the best indicators.

What is Love Health Hate Waste?

Love Health Hate Waste is a company selling mostly out-of-date or close-to-expiry (but safe-to-eat) health products at up to 90% off their normal price - think of them as a mix of Approved Food and Holland & Barrett.

We last featured a deal from this company in 2016, and it was so popular with MoneySavers that some deliveries were delayed. However, Love Health Hate Waste has assured us this shouldn't happen again. Please let us know your feedback (good or bad) on Facebook or on Twitter @MSE_Deals.

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Love Health Hate Waste logoExtra 15% off 'past-best-before' food discountsCode for cheap but safe health goods & free delivery

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MSE Update Mon 10 Oct: Due to unprecedented demand, Love Health Hate Waste is advising there may be an up-to-72 hour delay in delivery. To apologise, it's offering affected customers a freebie with their next order if they take a photo of their delivery and tweet it to @lovehealthhate.

You can get an extra 15% off everything plus free delivery when you enter the MSE Blagged code MSELHHW16 online at discounted health products retailer Love Health Hate Waste* until 11.59pm on Sat 15 Oct. There's no minimum spend, but codes can only be used once per account.

The products, which include vitamins, protein powders and health food, are beyond their best-before dates but are still safe. Due to the clearance nature of the site, stock is limited and what's available changes frequently.

Examples of branded products we found using the code on Tue 4 Oct include:

  • 8p Gnaw hot chocolate shot 50g, next cheapest similar we found - £1.99 (£5.99 for three) at Amazon.
  • 26p Dr Martins peach coconut water 330ml, next cheapest we found - 39p (plus £5.99 delivery) at Approved Foods.
  • 34p Clearspring quick cook organic rice trio 250g, next cheapest we found - £2.79 (plus £3.31 delivery) at Goodness Direct.
  • £1.70 Matthew Walker Gluten Free Christmas Pudding 450g, next cheapest we found - £6.79 at Ocado.
  • £9.18 Maximuscle Promax chocolate mint protein powder 908g, next cheapest similar we found, £22.49 at Holland & Barrett (for 1120g).

These examples are only a flavour of what's available, do note there's no guarantees you'll find the same items as we have, as stock is limited for each product.

How do I get free delivery?

To get free delivery, you'll need to select from the three types at the checkout, the code will then take the £2.99, £6.99 or £8.99 cost of delivery off the total price.

IMPORTANT: 'best before' vs 'use by'

While 'use-by' dates are an important health warning, 'best befores' are just a manufacturer's guidance of quality. It's perfectly legal to sell goods beyond a best-before date. However, as there's no hard-and-fast rule on how far beyond a best before it's still safe to eat products, you need to make that call yourself. Look and smell are often the best indicators.

What is Love Health Hate Waste?

Love Health Hate Waste is a company selling mostly out-of-date or close-to-expiry (but safe-to-eat) health products at up to 90% off their normal price - think of them as a mix of Approved Foods and Holland and Barrett.

We haven't featured a deal from this company before. Please let us know your feedback (good or bad) in our forum, on Facebook or on Twitter @MSE_Deals.

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