Asda Smart Price Jaffa Cakes Reviews
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Customer Asda Smart Price Jaffa Cakes Reviews (19)
by - written on 12/04/10 (Very useful, 63 readings)
**Overview** At work we have a biscuit tin scheme where everybody puts a bit of cash in and then the lady that does the works weekly shop stocks up on biscuits. We don't have just one biscuit tin we have 6! This means we generally have a massive selection of biscuits which is very tempting, luckily the tins aren't kept in my office. Anyway Asda SmartPrice biscuits are generally a favourite as we like to get our moneys worth and the 'biscuit lady' decided to pick up some Jaffa Cakes and so the story goes... **Ingredients** Glucose-Fructose Syrup , Plain Chocolate (22%) [Sugar, Cocoa Mass, Cocoa Butter, Vegetable Oil, Emulsifier (Soya ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/03/10 (Very useful, 60 readings)
Jaffa cakes have always been my favourite biscuits since I was a child, and recently I have been purchasing the Asda Smartprice version which are a snip at 32p for a pack of 12. They are available form Asda, in the very plain and boring green and white smartprice packaging. They don't exactly jump out to catch your eye, therefore a lot of people might not notice and try these bargain biscuits. They are described on the packaging as ' 12 sponge cakes with an orange flavour filling, topped with dark chocolate' , which is a very accurate description I suppose. Also on the wrapper is the nutritional information which tells me that each cake will ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/10 (Very useful, 42 readings)
Being on a bit of an economy drive, we have been sampling some of the delights of smart price variety foods. Some I have already reviewed on dooyoo and been suitably impressed with. However after buying these jaffa cakes from my local Asda I have to say that I found them very disappointing. The packaging is very plain and is what I have come to expect from the smart price brand. The usual white and red logo is not very attractive compared to other brands but this does not bother me at all as you do not eat the packaging. (Unless your a bit weird!) There is good information on the packet regarding nutritional advice and ingredients. The packaging also clearly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/11/09 (Very useful, 41 readings)
We tried the Asda smart price milk chocolate digestives not so long back and they were really nice, so I decided to buy some more biscuits in the smart price range to give them a go. The packaging is the traditional white and green wrapping, it has Jaffa Cakes written in green writing across the packet. It also has a green solid picture of a cup and saucer on the front. The pack contains 12 Jaffa cakes with a soft orange centre and a dark chocolate topping. My daughter had her friend around after school for tea today and after their dinner, I emptied a few out onto a plate and let them help themselves. My daughter is a fan of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/08/09 (Very useful, 63 readings)
It was whilst I was shopping in my local Asda supermarket recently that I decided to purchase some assorted biscuits and snacks for our household. Any regular readers of my reviews will be aware by now that this is not a new shopping habit I have recently developed, and will know by now that I am a huge chocoholic. I selected a few packets of assorted chocolate biscuits and was reaching for a packet of my beloved 'McVities' Jaffa cakes when my eye caught the rather uninspiring-looking packet of Asda Smart price Jaffa cakes. Noticing that the Smart price packaging was a bit plain and boring was nothing new to me as I regularly buy products from this ... Read the complete review
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