Walkers French Fries Reviews
Product Type: Walkers Snacks
Newest Review: ... are foil lined to keep them crisp and fresh. Flavour wise they are similar to Walkers Squares - the Salt & Vinegar is ... more
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Walkers French Fries Worcester Sauce Crisps -48 x 22g Packets
Walkers French Fries Worcester Sauce contains: calories 83, 4% of ...
Last Update 21.05.2013 23:35
by - written on 30/01/08 (Very useful, 230 readings)
French Fries are just one of the many varieties of Walkers crisps. They are unique from any other shape with their diverse shape and subtle taste. I normally buy multi-packs of crisps as snacks everyday to keep me going, and these have to be one of my favourite. Being crisps, they aren't exactly good for you, but they really do feel light when you are eating them. You can buy them as single packs or in multi-packs where the flavours are mixed so you must like them all! ~~~~~~~ Packaging ~~~~~~~ They come in vivid coloured packs, which represent their flavour. There are five flavours in total: Ready Salted, Cheese & Onion, Salt & ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/07, updated on 19/10/07 (Useful, 96 readings)
I love walkers french fries They come in 4 different flavours, Worcester Sauce Salt and Vinegar Cheese and Onion Ready Salted. What are they like? They're about 1inch long, but they are all curled in different shapes, (long and thin) because thats how they cooked. They taste great, the flavour is just right, not to strong and not to distant. The worcester sauce flavour is lovely because they do actually taste like worcester sauce. The other flavours do taste nice but the flavour is pretty much the same as any other crisp with that flavour. To look at they actually look like skinny chips, or fries as some people say ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/05/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
Walkers French fries are a baked potato snack consisting of long thin strips of potato baked into curly fries. Currently, the flavours available include ready salted, salt and vinegar, cheese and onion and Worcester sauce. These all come in standard 19 gram packs, as well as variety six and ten packs. Expect to pay around 40p for a standard bag, and £2.50 for a ten pack multipack. Walkers French fries all come in sealed foil bags: red for ready salted, green for salt and vinegar, blue for cheese and onion and brown for Worcester sauce. The front of each packet has the walkers logo at the top, together with nutritional information (It makes a lovely change ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/05/10 (Very useful, 15 readings)
I don't tend to buy french fries very often, but they are a great crisp, and something I would buy for party snacks or if I really fancy a packet. I'm not sure how much an individual packet costs but a multi pack of 6 bags costs around £1.25 depending on where you get them from. They are currently on offer in sainsburys at 2 (multi packs of 6 bags) for £2.00. I don't think there are a huge range of flavours of these particular crisps, I think most popular are salt and vinegar and ready salted, but I think they also do cheese and onion, and I'm sure I have seen worcester sauce flavour somewhere. For me the ready salted are the best. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/10 (Very useful, 54 readings)
French Fries were my crisp of choice for a long time, but I overdosed on them after eating many packets over several months and haven't bought any for ages! French Fries are mass produced potato chips that are long, crispy and resemble slightly twirly chips, hence the name. They a pale yellow, almost pink in some lights, and come in the standard flavours of ready salted, salt and vinegar, and cheese and onion. I have a theory that crisps have a gender, and French Fries are most definitely female. They are not 'man crisps' at all, and whilst you do get a lot in a packet as they weigh so little, they are lightweight and low in fat and calories. In ... Read the complete review
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