Co-op Honey Roasted Peanuts and Cashews Reviews
Product Type: Co-op Snacks
Description:Brand: Co-op / Type: Snacks
Newest Review: ... an air-tight container and consumed within 5 days. The expiry date on the pack I purchased was Jan 2012, so these do keep for ... more
by - written on 28/09/11 (Very useful, 36 readings)
I always fancy a little snack during work, and don't like to have chocolate all the time. I do occasionally have some fresh fruit or snack on something such as carrot sticks, but I fancied something sweet and I also fancied nuts. There wasn't a great selection in my local Co-Op, how-ever these nuts sounded really tasty to me and I presumed they would also be quite sweet, so this would help any sweet cravings I was having. ***THE NUTS*** The nuts are made by co-co and they contain honey roasted peanuts & cashews which have seasoning and honey. The bag is made form quite strong foil packaging and is orange in colour. On the front it has a picture of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/10/09 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I'm not mad keen on nuts but sometimes like a bag of dry roasted peanuts. My mate knows that so when we had a girly night last week she brought me a bag of honey roast cashews and peanuts from the Co-op. There are loads more peanuts than cashews but I suppose that's why it was only £1.30 for quite a big bag because cashews are more expensive! lol The nuts all taste fresh but there's too much flavouring on them and it makes some of the feel proper dusty. The flavour is weird as well, you can't actually taste the honey in them but they are dead sweet at first but they are also salty and the 2 don't go very well together. The first few I ate were ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/04/09 (Very useful, 204 readings)
My husband recently went to the local shops to get some cakes to go with our afternoon tea and ended up coming back with crisps and nuts as well. We didn't eat them that day but saved them for the following day when our friends were coming over for lunch. The nuts were the co-operative honey roasted peanuts and cashews. The nuts are sold in co-op stores or in Scotland in Scotmid shops which is the Scottish equivalent. The nuts come in a 100g packet and cost around £1.20. The product is peanuts and cashew nuts which are coated with honey and seasoned. I love both cashew nuts and peanuts so was interested to see what this tasted like. The packet ... Read the complete review
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