Tesco Salt & Vinegar Crunchy Sticks Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Snacks
Newest Review: ... and the other half did. Now, clearly just a problem with the factory processes, I wouldn't normally let it affect my review, ... more
by - written on 30/10/11 (Very useful, 57 readings)
Well, I love crisps - ALL types of crisp snacks. I don't discriminate against potato based, maize snacks or fried vegetable chips. It literally is ALL crisps and these, it has to be said, are my snack of choice. I've tried other salt and vinegar products from various manufacturers in my time, and to a degree I've enjoyed them all but these, I find, are in my opinion - the best. Measuring around 1.5inches each I feel they are the perfect size for a satisfying crunchy mouthful and they pack a powerful flavour punch - well most of the time. I've had a couple of bags where they either didn't taste of anything or half of them did and the other half did. Now, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/10 (Very useful, 111 readings)
We were browsing in our local Tescos last night for some junk food to eat in front of the TV. I wanted some pringles but watching the pennies I decided to opt for a cheaper option. I picked up these Crunchy Sticks for 99p but in larger Tesco stores I believe they are usually around 10p cheaper. Each bag contains 150g of Crunchy Sticks which are salt and vinegar flavour maize and potato sticks. The packet has now changed from the one above and is now metallic blue in colour with darker and lighter checks. There is a large silver box to one side telling me about the crisps and there are pictures of the snack on the bag. Opening the bag it was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/03/10 (Very useful, 26 readings)
I am always looking for ways to save a little bit of money when doing the weekly tesco shop and one of the ways I find to do this is to replace things I normally buy for the equivalent from the Tesco's own brand. I was buying some crisps for the lunch boxes and came across these, the tescos version of chip sticks and thought I would try them. The sticks come in foily plastic type packaging which keeps the crisps fresh, but unfortunately does not appear to be recyclable, which is always a downside to me. The packages are not resealable, which means if you are not going to eat them all in one go (are you very hungry?!) then it is best to transfer them to another ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/02/10 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Tesco Salt & Vinegar Crunchy Sticks Description: Manufacturer: Tesco / Type: Snacks. Like so many of us, I ate and drank far too much over the festive period and so have been trying to shift a few excess pounds lately. This has meant ditching snacks and trying to eat healthy meals with lots of fresh fruit and vegetables. Having said that, it is impossible to be good all the time and this weekend, I went to London with some friends where we all drank too many cocktails and generally had a fab time. On the train back, we were all suffering with hangovers and personally speaking, when I have a hangover, only naughty foods will ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/09 (Very useful, 159 readings)
Whilst thinking about what next item I could review and munching Tesco Salt & Vinegar Crunchy Sticks at the same time... I put two and two together. I was completely surprised no one had reviewed these before as they are so appetising! There's no need to explain where they can be found... the 'Tesco' own brand logo is displayed right at the top of the bag, so please don't go looking for these in Asda or Iceland! These crisps can be found in the Tesco crisp section, hidden among the multi-pack bags. This is not the same size as your ordinary packet of Walkers, nuh uh.. it's big size. Generally aimed towards people who want to buy party food I ... Read the complete review
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