Seabrook Crinkle Salt & Vinegar Crisps Reviews
Product Type: Seabrook Snacks
Description:Brand: Seabrook / Type: Crisps
Newest Review: ... didn't care as I didn't have much salt in my diet and only had at weekends. But because of all the fat unhealthy people, us ... more
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Seabrook Crisp Salt & Vinegar (box of 48)
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Last Update 09.03.2014 01:11
by - written on 26/01/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
Love crisps? Try these out. Walkers and other main stream brands of crisps are great but can grow bland, and every supermarket argues that there range is better than what is out there. They argue that there crisps are hand baked and made from real potatoes and contain no additives or preservatives. This all may be true but if you want a decent crisp, a tasty crisp, a bag of crisps that make you eat the whole multi bag before you know what you've done. Then Seabrook crisps are for you. I don't mean to add to the north/south divide in the UK, but give a Yorkshire man the task of making a tasty bag of crisps, and he will produce a bag of Seabrook crisps. There ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/11/09 (Very useful, 72 readings)
== Seabrook Crinkle Cut Crisps: Salt and Vingegar == == Introduction == If you don't live in the North of England you may not have heard of these crisps, been a Northern company, and been primarily sold in the North of England, they are much more popular here than down South. Seabrook was founded in 1949 in the small Northern town of Allerton, Bradford, by a man called Charles Brookes. The origin of the name Seabrook is quite interesting, and apparently came from an error in a photo processing shop when an employee instead of writing C. Brookes on the film, instead accidentally wrote Seabrook, and the name stuck becoming the name of the crisp ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/11/09 (Very useful, 36 readings)
My husband has always been a fan of Seabrooks crisps, but untill recently I'd avoided them and gone for other brands instead. However, when I noticed that they had salt & vinegar flavoured crisps and they were on offer in Asda I thought I would try them as they seemed to be the best offer going. The crisps come in a pack of 6 which costs £1.26 in Asda (last time I looked), they can also be bought indivdually in sandwich shops etc for around 40p - 50p a packet depending on the shop. The packet is white & light blue, you do need to be careful because the unsalted packets are almost identical and I did make the mistake of buying unsalted once & not ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/05/09, updated on 20/05/09 (Very useful, 129 readings)
Loving my crisps and snacks as I do I've really made a big effort of late to try snacks that normally I wouldn't. I'm a creature of habit usually and I tend to grab McCoy's or Walkers really and walk past other varieties of crisps usually which the other day i thought to myself was a bit of a shame! So when I saw these I put down my favourite Walkers Prawn Cocktail Crisps and decided at 39p a bag to give these a go and be a devil lol! The Packaging... White and light blue bag and on the front in white and light blue writing I'm told they are Sea Salt & Vinegar Flavour Crinkle Cut 'Seabrook' Potato Crisps (Since 1945). There is an at a glance ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/03/10, updated on 06/03/10 (Very useful, 70 readings)
Intro: I am a big fan of crisps and always have a pack with my lunch at work. One of my favourites lately are the Seabrooks Sea Salt and Vinegar flavour. These are crinkle cut potato crisps, and its fair to say are absolutely bursting with flavour. Company blurb: 'For 60 years, true to our founder Mr C Brook. we've made crisps with lipsmaking flavours. We pioneered the use of sea salt and sunflower oil'. For more info on the company you can go to www.seabrookcrisps.com Thoughts: I love salt and vinegar crisps, usually to accompany a nice cheese sandwich. These crisps are right up there if not even better ... Read the complete review
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