Pom Bear Crisps Reviews
Product Type: Intersnack Snacks
Description:Type: Crisps/Snacks / Nowadays we are careful about what we let our children eat. These high quality potato snacks are just the job. Gluten free, with no artificial flavourings, colourings or preservatives and only lightly seasoned. And because kids love ... more
Newest Review: ... (and some adults too). The texture is much nicer than other similar snacks and have quite a good crunch. I've tried both ... more
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Last Update 10.12.2013 07:13
by - written on 08/01/08, updated on 13/09/09 (Very useful, 180 readings)
Do you ever feel like you make a rod for your own back? I know I do. In an effort to introduce my young son to as many flavours and textures as possible I have tried out as wide a variety of foods with him as possible. Finding things that are safe for him to eat and that he can manage has been a developing problem. My son likes his food but, if left to his own devices he'd opt for non-chew slop or chocolate cake! I therefore wanted to find things that would encourage him to chew but which would be safe if he tried to swallow prematurely or simply left the food marinating in his mouth. At the same time I'm also strongly of the opinion that nothing should ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/08 (Very useful, 88 readings)
These crisps are made from potato and come in a variety of flavours, such as Cheese & Onion, Ready Salted, Salt and Vinegar, Prawn Cocktail and Tomato. In other countries, flavours include Paprika, Pizza and Sour Cream and & Onion, as well as the flavours we have in the UK. My favourite have got to be the tomato! They are delicious. The crisps are very crunchy and are not of a smooth texture. They are also the shape of a teddy bear, hence the name "Pom Bear". The crisps are manufactured by a company in Northamptonshire called Intersnack Limited. Pom Bear crisps are also widely available in other countries in Europe such as Spain, Germany and Hungary. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/08 (Useful, 76 readings)
im a great big daft kid at heart still, despite my age i still love pom bears For anyone who doesnt know pom bears are teddy bear shaped crisps except there not like walkers crisps they are more like a maize snack than a potato crisp, they will melt on your tongue without chewing if you let them unlike potato crisps. These are available in 3 flavours, Salt and vinegar flavour in a blue packet are a bit too vinegary for me, they are strong enough to sting my lips wholst eating them so i couldnt imagine a child likeing this flavour. Ready salted in the red packets are a little bit to salty for something i would be willing to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/11 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I think these little known crisps are simply the bees (or the bears!) knees! It is not often you see them in the shops, that is, not everwhere sells them and for a while the only place I ever saw them - strangely - was Superdrug, but I have recently seen them in Morrisons and Tesco so maybe they are becoming more popular. Cost wise they are currently 46p per bag at Morrisons, but you can buy multi packs at Tesco which work out cheaper (though I dare say that the size of each packet will be smaller, as is usually the case with multi pack crisps). The texture of them is similar to that of a Quaver perhaps, though more crispy. They are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/04/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
Being the mother of four children it's fair to say that some junk food does seep in to the house and I like to try and keep in lots of healthy snacks as well as a few unhealthy treats as rewards when my children have been well behaved. I do not fill their lunchbox with junk everyday preferring to send them off with fruit and healthy foods to help their concentration levels in class. Pom Bear crisps are crisps that I have been purchasing since my eldest daughter was a baby and they have always been something that each of my children have enjoyed. These crisps are always available for a reasonable price and I usually buy 3 x 6 packet multipack for £2.50 from a ... Read the complete review
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