Tesco Value Ready Salted Crisps Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Crisps
Newest Review: ... come in a white bag with red and orange pictures on, it's had the Tesco Everyday Value upgrade. The bag is rubbish and tears ... more
by - written on 03/09/09 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Crisps tend to be something that I'm less fussy about when it comes to cheaper brands, particularly if it's something like Ready Salted - I figure that it's difficult to get something so simple wrong, and I've never really been able to tell much of a difference in the taste, that is, unless they skimp on the salt, at which point I get a little antsy. Tesco's Ready Salted crisps, sadly, are guilty as charged, and whilst by no means inedible, they wouldn't be my preference when Walkers multipacks don't tend to be that dear these days. That said, you can buy 12 of Tesco's packs for 45p, which is ridiculously cheap, and so somewhat tempting if you're on a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/08/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
When it comes to the consumption of crisps it's a massive downfall of mine. I kid you not I've eaten all 12 bags I got of these today in one sitting and without thinking about it...till no doh! I saw these in Tesco's priced at 47p for 12 bags and thought they were begging to bought and for some reason I'm really, really fond of plain ready salted crisps and as I grabbed a bag I was really looking forward to tucking into them because I'm also fond of cheaper crisps! The Packaging: The outer bag that holds 12 individual bags of crisps is mainly blue and white in colour. Its a big plastic bag with a picture of the crisps on the front and I'm ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/08/09 (Very useful, 66 readings)
Despite the fact that I eat lots of different flavoured crisps, Ready Salted is my absolute favourite and a flavour I come back to again and again. Some time ago I decided to try the Tesco Value Ready Salted crisps and while I wasn't really expecting much, they are actually extremely tasty and I haven't bought my usual Walkers for a long time. For 47p you get 12 packets of crisps, smaller than even the bags in the Walkers multipacks but even this suits me down to the ground as I am dieting so to be able to eat a small packet of crisps is great as it satisfies my cravings without me wasting too many calories on them. The texture of these crisps is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/09 (Very useful, 22 readings)
Since me and my partner have moved in together we have been trying the best we can to try and save money and so we decided to try Tesco's own brand of crisps. Like most other supermartket brands the packet is plain and simple and uses the Tesco colours of blue and white. The packet's are not as big as other packets you can get however when I opened the packet I found there seemed to be just as many crisps in there as other brands. The packet is white with a navy blue banner near the top with the flavour written in white. In the top left hand corner is the Tesco Value logo. There is also a picture of crisps on the front white look quite appetising. But the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/09 (Very useful, 65 readings)
**Introduction** You may have read my recent review of Ready Salted Kettle Chips which I am pretty fond of. That got me thinking about cheaper crisps and As I have nearly always had good experiences with Tesco Value products I decided to try these Tesco Value Ready Salted Crisps. Whilst I knew they were not going to be as nice as the magnificent Kettle Chips I expected them to keep to the Tesco Value success and here is my review on whether they did. **The Bag** Looking at the bag you can see these crisps that have been put in bowls for sharing I guess. Then you have the distinctive "Tesco Value" sign at the top of the bag along ... Read the complete review
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