Tesco Rasher Snacks Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Newest Review: ... snack, so best consumed only from time to time. I think that overall they are a nice change from crisps and as the best ... more
by LAURALILIA - written on 27/09/09
***Tesco Bacon Rashers*** I was in trouble last night. I usually buy some nice crisps/snacks for us to have while we are watching a film, but I forgot! To redeem myself, I went out and bought some of these as a treat for us to enjoy tonight instead. In order to write a review, I have had to open the packet to sample a few... ***What are they like?*** I don't know if anyone has ever tasted either Frazzles or Bacon Fries, but this is Tesco's attempt at producing something similar. They are a nice alternative to traditional crisps and are predominantly made from maize and rice. The packaging tells us that they contain no artificial ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/06/09 (Very useful, 32 readings)
After reading a review on these on Dooyoo by DavyMichelle, - check his reviews out they're good, I decided to try these for myself. So would they be any good? When I saw the pack I imagined they would be like the Crisps Frazzles, and I like those. There were cheaper being a Supermarket brand and I got a 10 bag multpack for £1.19. You can also buy these in a large 150g bag for 92p, but Tesco was out of stock of these ones, but I guess the individual bags were good to be able to take in a packed lunch. The packaging is alright for these. The bags are in individual bags, and they are all in a rectangular multipack. The colourings is light purple and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/09 (Very useful, 29 readings)
Tesco Rasher Snacks are a low priced corn snack that come in a choice of two packagings. You can get these in the multipack bags of 10 for £1.19, which works out at 12p per bag, or you can get them in large bags of 150g for 92p. I'm reviewing the multipack bags, although I have had the large bag as well and haven't noticed a different between the two products other than they have slightly different names and packagings. The multipack bags are a good size to satisfy appetites both big and small. The actual bags aren't great quality, and can get prone to tearing or bursting if you're not careful with them during transit. They're not bad enough to put me off ... Read the complete review
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