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      25.04.2006 20:24
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      Great Tasting crisps.

      Ok, now I love these crisps and generally love Walkers full stop.

      Personally I think that these are some of the strongest tasting crisps going and really just are lovely. They compare to just about every other make in taste and strength of flavour.

      They come in nice single packs - weight is 34.5 g, as well as in 6 packs or even in multipacks from various outlets.

      These crisps are suitable for vegetarians (according to the walkers website) and therefore is perfectly OK to eat if you are vegetarian.

      Now, obviously you have to consider that crisps are of course not the most healthiest of snacks, however walkers do seem to be doing something about this. Of course we have all seen the ads with the famous footballer and personally I like them.
      As such they seem to have cut the fat intake down and they seem to be doing something about this. However I do not recomend that you eat tons of crisps at once (like I love to do!!! - or at least used to until I had to watch my weight !)

      Oh and did I mention that Walkers Beef and Onion are the 8th most popular walkers snack? and that the recommended selling price for a single pack of walkers crisps is 29p?

      All in all Walkers Beef & Onion crisps are lovely and are definetely recommended to anyone who loves crisps.

      Nutritional Value (per pack):

      Energy value - 752kj 181kcal
      Fat - 11.4g
      Carbohydrates - 17.3g
      Protein - 2.2g
      Dietary fibre - 1.4g
      Salt - 0.4g

      Ingredients:

      Potatoes, sunflower oil (33%) , beef and onion flavour [lactose (from milk), flavouring, whey powder (from milk), hydrolysed soya protein, flavour enhancer (monosodium glutamate, disodium guanylate, disodium inosinate), colour (paprika extract), wheat fibre], salt.
      No artificial colours

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        23.04.2006 17:44
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        A lot of flavouring about nothing

        A bit potent !
        Now, I like crisps - cant get away from it, but my first choice would not be these beef and onion version - even from a well-established brand like Walkers.
        Same old packaging - same old crisps.
        I have no doubt that the quality is there - but the taste !The usual mixture of preservatives and synthetic flavourings does little to convince me that I am eating beef and onion anything !
        A mixture of bovril and a jar of mixed herbs - with a bit of gravy browing just doesnt do the job !
        I will not be choosing to part with my cahs for these babies, sorry.
        Will stick with kettle chips an/or those ones from seabrooks, ta !

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