Transform A Snack (TAS) Reviews
Product Type: Red Mill Snacks
Newest Review: ... and air and come in a few different flavours. The spicy flavour has to be by far the best! I've not tasted another corn ... more
by - written on 25/04/10 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Transform-a-snack crisps remind most people of school days. Whether you're 14 or 24, almost everybody has an experience of grabbing a packet of these from the local shop after school or during break. They come in a variety of flavours: Spicy Flamin hot Saucy BBQ Pickled Onion Cheese and Onion Beef I have never tried the last 3 but I know that the other 3 are tasty! Golden Wonder are now the manufacturers of these corn snacks. They are manufactured in Wednesbury in the West Midlands, which coincidentally is part of the good old Black Country that my family grew up in! You can grab a packet of these from most ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/04/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I'm not sure how long these Transform-A-Snack have been around, but myself and my children have been eating them for years. It wasn't that long ago, that you could buy them for 15p, but like everything else, they have risen in price and jumped to 25p. They are still however, much cheaper and better value, than most crisps on the market today. Transform-A-Snack are manufactured by Golden Wonder. I have only ever seen the Spicy flavoured ones and they do seem to be quite hard to come by. They are packaged in a blue and red bag, with pictures of a spaceman, a vehicle and some Transform-A-Snacks on the front. They are obviously aimed at the children's market, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/04/10 (Very useful, 65 readings)
Oh my gosh, these are just my favourite crisps on the whole wide world! Ever since I was little I have really enjoyed these crisps, in fact my mom used to have a cash and carry card and she used to buy me a box of them because I liked them so much! They are produced by Golden Wonder. It is difficult to find places that stock them but if you keep a look out you will find somewhere. My friend at work lives the Spicy BBQ ones, so we asked the local newsagent if he could get some in, so now he is fully stocked with Spicy and Spicy BBQ. They are made from baked maize rather that the potato crisp, which I find much nicer, and have a great ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/09 (Very useful, 26 readings)
When it comes to crisps I don't want the same old flavour and brand all the time and sometimes grab a few bags of the cheaper puffy crisps in the shop by me. Today I brought a packet of Transform A Snack because I'd not had them in ages and fancied a bag for a change. The flavour I got was Spicy but you can get Cheese & Onion and Salt & Vinegar as well, but in my opinion the Spicy one is the best because it's got a lovely strong flavour and isn't actually as spicy as you'd think. They are baked corn snacks instead of potato crisps and have got a wicked texture that melts down in your mouth into a sticky mess, and i know that sounds ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/08/09 (Very useful, 10 readings)
I have had these crisps after school so much as they are really cheap and were always in stock on the walk home. They are actually really tasty and considering they cost just 25p for a 28g pack, they're fantastic! The packet actually looks pretty big too - it's quite long and contains a good deal of crisps of all different shapes. The crisps are really light corn snacks but they do have quite a subtle yet tasty flavour. They are shaped as all different things including rings, H-shaped ones and more, which are meant to reprsent space equipment I think. They are quite messy and very fragile crisps as they are made of corn. The packet is filled with them to the ... Read the complete review
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