Product Type: Walkers Snacks
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To quaver or not to quaver that is the question.
Member Name: GOLDIELOCKS181
Advantages: Ligh snack, full of flavour, cheap
Disadvantages: not enough in packet
Quavers are a crisp like snacked produced by Walkers, described in their own words as a Light Curly Potato Snack which I would say pretty much sums them up. They have been around for as long as I can remember. Over the years they have introduced different flavours - Prawn cocktail, Salt & Vinegar, Ketchup (Discontinued), Tangy Tomato (Discontinued) and of course the most well-known - Cheese, which is the flavour I will be reviewing here.
Cheese Quavers come in single packs of 20g or multipacks which contain 14 packets. The packaging is bright yellow with the green curly font Quavers logo, a pretty eye-catching design so you won't be searching for ages in the supermarket. Personally I feel that 20g is not enough and it may be my imagination but i'm sure packs used to contain more quavers than they currently do and my dad is forever saying how he needs two packets to make a decent packet of crisps.
At just 88 calories per bag, quavers are a healthier option compared to many of the crisps on the market today, yet they in no way compromise on flavour because of this.
Sugar - 0.7g
Fat - 4.9g
Saturates - 0.4g
Salt - 0.36g
Quavers are suitable for vegetarians.
Personally, I really like Quavers. They are full of flavour and are great for a quick snack. However, like I mentioned above I would like them to contain more because they don't quite have enough to be satisfying. A single packet costs around about 39p.
Summary: An almost satisfying snack.