Primula Cheese Reviews
Product Type: Primula Cheese
Description:The only cheese you can squeeze! Look out for the mouse! Primula, your favourite cheese spread has had a makeover, but don't worry it still has the same recipe and the same great cheesy taste. And to tell you all about Primula, we’ve appointed a new mouse ... more
Primula Cheese ... mascot – a cheeky little fellow who just loves cheese. Did you know that your favourite Primula Cheese contains more real cheese than other leading brands, that's why it tastes so good..! It also contains real ham, chives and shrimp with no added flavours, salt or preservatives and provides a good source of calcium which is needed to keep bones and teeth healthy, whatever your age..! And it's so convenient, when the munchies strike and you need a quick nibble, just reach for the Primula. A quick squeeze does the trick. Cold on crackers or hot on toast, top a steaming baked potato or simply stir into warm cooked pasta to create a wonderful cheesy sauce. Satisfaction every time. And now Light Cheese Spread joins the line up - at only 6% fat, just 41 calories per 30g serving - for a great cheesy taste while you watch your waist. So next time you shop - look out for the Mouse! Primula – Great cheese without the grater.
Newest Review: ... enough to make an informed choice as to whether you want to consume it. The Primula Cheese: First off I feel that I must ... more
by - written on 01/11/13, updated on 01/11/13 (Very useful, 84 readings)
Just recently with a loss of appetite and losing weight from not eating and loads of people nagging me I was at a loss of what to eat. Not only do I not feel like eating, I have an eating disorder and have been really ill lately with a bug that really did knock me sideways. I just haven't felt like anything to eat and so when I was walking past my local Nisa store and spotted this on offer for 80p a tube I picked one up a long with some little melba toast things to try. I am not familiar with Primula as a brand and so this tube was my first one. There are a few flavours available and in Nisa they had the plain cheese and one with salmon and I did think I had ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/12 (Very useful, 163 readings)
I love cheese, maybe one of my downfalls as its not exactly healthy but everything in moderation! I like different varieties of cheese like cheddar, brie, cream cheese, babybels, cheese strings ect, most types of cheese really! Primula is a type of cheese spread, its not exactly cream cheese as its not creamy like Philadelphia, its more like laughing cow cheese triangles but more runny (yes that might sound horrible but its really nice!). The primula comes in tubes so you can squeeze the cheese out or it comes in a tub. The primula in tubes is available in more varieties than the primula in a tub. The primula comes in original, cheese and ham, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/04/10 (Very useful, 86 readings)
Yummy yummy! That would be the best way to describe this cheese! I have loved this since I was a little girl when I used to sneak into the fridge and squeeze some out of the tube straight into my mouth - disgusting habit! I had it on my sandwiches for my packed lunches and I still love it now. Ok, if you are a cheese connoisseur who enjoys things like extra mature cheddar and a nice stilton washed down with a nice red wine then this is probably not your bag! But then if that's the case you're probably not a big fan of spread cheese in general. Primula cheese has such a lovely taste, unlike some spread cheeses which don't actually taste of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/04/10 (Very useful, 91 readings)
Just recently I've been on a calcium drive, noticing I get next to no calcium in my diet has found me loitering around the dairy section in the supermarket trying to find items that I both like and contain calcium so a couple of weeks ago when I noticed the tubes of Primula cheese I bought one for about £1.25. They do versions with added ham and chives but I plumped for the plain cheese one. The tubes are 150g and mostly yellow with a blue lid. There is a picture of a cartoon mouse on the front eating a chunk of cheese. The nutritional statistics per 35g squeeze are as follows: 79 calories, 4.5g protein, 0.7g carbohydrates, 6.5g fat of which 3.7g saturates, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/12/09 (Very useful, 205 readings)
My son loves cheese served in any form but I do find the soft cheese doesn't tend to last long once it has been open so when I spotted a tube of Primula cheese and ham creamy cheese in home bargains for 89p I thought it was definitely worth trying. For some reason Primula conjures up an image of childhood cheese like Dairy lea but as I don't particularly remember eating it not sure why. I have actually found a Primula cheese cookbook from the 1950's /1960's so clearly was a popular cheese. Further investigations have found that Primula cheese has been around since 1929. The tube contains 150g and is available in a variety of flavours including ... Read the complete review
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