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Lindt: 50% Off Sitewide: 225-Count Lindor Chocolate Truffles EXPIRED

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Lindtusa.com is offering 50% Off Sitewide as part of National Chocolate Week Celebration. Discount reflected in cart. Shipping is free on orders $50+ w/ promotion code FREESHIP50. Thanks xakesebagu

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  1. Add your choice of 3x 75-Piece Lindt Lindor Chocolate Truffles to cart
  2. In cart, apply promotion code FREESHIP50
  3. Total will be $37.47 + Free Shipping
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Lindt i [lindtusa.com]s offering 50% off sitewide for TODAY only. Discount will apply in the cart automatically, no code needed. Shipping is free on orders $75+ w/code "FREESHIP75". Deal ends 10/27.
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TIP: Create an account and place something in your cart. Close out of it and in about two hours you will get an email with an additional 10% coupon. That coupon is a unique 13 character code and does stack. It did for me. Wink
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As usual, only 25% off cases.


Should be false advertising to say it's sitewide when it is absolutely not site wide.
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As usual, only 25% off cases.


Should be false advertising to say it's sitewide when it is absolutely not site wide.
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Despite that, this works out to 16.6 cents a ball if you order enuf to get free shipping, which is about as good as it gets lately.

Note this won't combine with the buy 3 get 2 free deal on the lindor balls.
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TIP: Create an account and place something in your cart. Close out of it and in about two hours you will get an email with an additional 10% coupon. That coupon is a unique 13 character code and does stack. It did for me. Wink
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Also available in store if you have one nearby you can avoid shipping
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Despite that, this works out to 16.6 cents a ball if you order enuf to get free shipping, which is about as good as it gets lately.

Note this won't combine with the buy 3 get 2 free deal on the lindor balls.
This is my first time ordering from lindt.com. Which packages/items are the best price?

Like, do I look for the biggest size avail and that'll be the best price per ball?
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$75 free ship. How much chocolate can I possibly eat?
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This is my first time ordering from lindt.com. Which packages/items are the best price?

Like, do I look for the biggest size avail and that'll be the best price per ball?
75 ct is best price per ball b/c over that, they dont let you use 50%, instead only 25% for 120+
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They found heavy metals in Lindt chocolate

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It's ignorant to eschew the entire company. Lindt makes chocolate in Switzerland, the US, France, and Germany. In the link above, problems were found in their 85% cocoa and 70% cocoa bars, made in the US. Simultaneously, further down, two other Lindt products were found to not have any issues (Sea Salt, made in the US, bunny made in Germany). I'd say, at a minimum, avoid the 85% cocoa and 70% cocoa bars, made in the US. If you want to be safe, avoid the made in the US Lindt chocolate. On the other hand, I would trust their made in Switzerland chocolates.

I would think the more important issue to note would be to look at the nutritional brochures to see what extra ingredients are in the chocolate. After seeing what was in the Lindor balls, I will never eat one again. Having said that, some of their bar chocolates use only a short list of natural ingredients. Those, I feel good consuming.
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They found heavy metals in Lindt chocolate

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sigh. if they did testing of 100 other foods, they would probably have found amounts in them too.

http://www.health.com/food/there-...-freak-out

"So while As You Sow is claiming the lead and cadmium levels in popular chocolate products exceed California's limits, they could still be in line with FDA guidelines"
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$75 free ship. How much chocolate can I possibly eat?
Eat it throughout the holiday season and gift it to family and friends? I was able to get my order up to $75 with 14 chocolate bars. Total paid was $42 out the door.
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They found heavy metals in Lindt chocolate

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Appreciate the link. Looks like some Lindt chocolate is OK. However I didn't see any published data on their results, just a table on chocolate based on their results. Where do I see their testing method, etc?
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It's ignorant to eschew the entire company. Lindt makes chocolate in Switzerland, the US, France, and Germany. In the link above, problems were found in their 85% cocoa and 70% cocoa bars, made in the US. Simultaneously, further down, two other Lindt products were found to not have any issues (Sea Salt, made in the US, bunny made in Germany). I'd say, at a minimum, avoid the 85% cocoa and 70% cocoa bars, made in the US. If you want to be safe, avoid the made in the US Lindt chocolate. On the other hand, I would trust their made in Switzerland chocolates.

I would think the more important issue to note would be to look at the nutritional brochures to see what extra ingredients are in the chocolate. After seeing what was in the Lindor balls, I will never eat one again. Having said that, some of their bar chocolates use only a short list of natural ingredients. Those, I feel good consuming.
what was in the lindor balls that you are so afraid of?
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