McVities Go Ahead Crispy Slices Reviews
Product Type: McVities Snacks
Description:Brand: Mc Vitie's / Type: Cereal bars / Apple & Sultana, Orange & Sultana, Forest Fruits. Go ahead! was launched in 1996 in the biscuits market on a low fat platform.
Newest Review: ... is green plastic oblong shaped pack and on the front of it we are shown a photograph of cherries and told what they are and ... more
by - written on 17/01/08 (Very useful, 250 readings)
After the Christmas binging on chocolate, wine and lots of other munchie things, I have put on over half a stone ! Yes ! half a stone, shocking isn't it ? So, last Monday I decided to be positive and have joined slimming world, which I will write a review about in a few months to let you know how I have got on. Anyway back to this review, as I am allowed reasonable slimming food bars as snacks or for my breakfast with this new diet I went along to Morrison to see what kind they had and what prices they were and on the middle aisles, where they display their offers I spotted these Go Ahead Orange and Sultana crispy slices. These were on offer at half ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/04/08 (Very useful, 264 readings)
FACTS McVitie's is a snack food brand owned by United Biscuits. McVitie & Price was founded in 1830 in Edinburgh, Scotland. McVitie & Price's first successful biscuit was the McVitie's Digestive biscuit. It was given its name because it was thought that its high baking soda content worked as an aid to food digestion. MY PURCHASE I'm a bit of a snacker, I always get "the nibbles". I discovered these Go ahead slices in Sainsbury's and I thought fanbloomintastic. They are on offer at £1.50 for two packs at the mo). I bought two packs of the apple and sultana ones. (There are also other flavours - orange and sultana, forest ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/08 (Useful, 57 readings)
I have only just recently discovered these biscuits and I think they're great. I'm a big fan of having a cereal bar in the mornings for breakfast when I get to work because I don't have enough time to eat at home so I am always looking around the supermarket for new things to try when I came across these McVities Go Ahead crispy Slices. To me they are a cross between a biscuit and a cereal bar as they are quite plain looking. However, the taste is anything but plain. The biscuit part kind of reminds me of a rich tea biscuit, that same Mcvities taste. The great thing about them is that they have different flavours of dried fruit inside them, in sort of bite ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/02/13, updated on 12/02/13 (Very useful, 65 readings)
At the moment I am trying really hard to eat a bit healthier. I've had enough of all the takeaways and eating out I've done over the past few months and I certainly don't feel great through it and have put on weight so out has gone all the rubbish I was consuming and in are healthier choices and a membership to a gym! I was in my local Tesco store the other day after the gym when I was feeling a bit peckish but determined I wasn't about to undo all my hard work when I spotted these Go Ahead Crispy Slices. There are a few varieties of these to choose from but I opted for the 'Red Cherry' flavour. The packaging of these is green plastic oblong shaped ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/12/10 (Very useful, 133 readings)
Go Ahead is not a brand I often go for as from my experience their products are either higher in calories than similar companies' versions, or are noticeably smaller, so you have to eat two or more in one go, defeating the object. That said, I can still be tempted in by the occasional bargain, and I bought these Crispy Slices for just 15p, down from 59p, in my local Superdrug who had reduced them due to a short shelf life. The flavour I got is described as "Sultana and apple flavoured filling, in a light crispy biscuit". The first part of that sounds nice and healthy, the second less so, but the nutrition reassured me somewhat. A packet contains 3 ... Read the complete review
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