Sainsbury's Crisps Salt & Vinegar Reviews
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Crisps
Newest Review: ... as Walkers crisps, but I was pleasently surprised! The Sainsbury's crisps have a much more subtle taste than other brands of ... more
by - written on 25/02/10 (Useful, 43 readings)
I usually eat Walkers crisps, but for a change I decided to go for some of the Sainsbury's own brand crisps. I was expecting them to be awful and no in no way as good as Walkers crisps, but I was pleasently surprised! The Sainsbury's crisps have a much more subtle taste than other brands of salt and vinegar crisps, which are usually alot stronger and have a much more vinegary taste which alot of people do not like. The Sainsburys crisps were, I think alot easier to eat and had a kind of "sweeter" taste. Alot of people might not like these crisps, but I have tried both salt and vinegar and ready salted flavours and a definetly prefer the taste than brands such .. Read the complete review
by - written on 28/10/09 (Very useful, 33 readings)
Sainsbury's Potato Crisps (30% less fat) Before I start this review I would just like to say that I am by no means a brand snob. Often I find that the supermarket 'own brands' taste as good as (and sometimes better than) the branded products. This is not one of those occasions. In my opinion these are amongst the worst crisps I have tried, EVER! I have tried both the Ready Salted and Salt and Vinegar varieties and both are woefully sub-par! On the back of the pack, Sainsbury's make a big song and dance about the fact that the crisps are made using British potatoes. I think the only reason they do this is to remind the consumer that these ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/09/09 (Very useful, 127 readings)
Sainsbury's Crisps - Salt & Vinegar I had a few friends round recently and whilst I was in getting some drinks I decided to pick up some snacks. One of the items that found its way into my basket was the Sainsbury Potato crisp. I have had Sainsbury's own brand products before and have generally been very impressed by them. I was also impressed by the price of these. Two 6 packs of 25g crisps bags is currently on offer for £1.60. This works out at around 13 pence a bag. I opted for the onion ring variety and the salt and vinegar flavour. This review is based on the salt and vinegar flavour. About the Crisps The crisps come in the 25 ... Read the complete review
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