Newish supermarket snacks you've investigated

#253

Thought these were highly disappointing, wish I’d tried the jalapeno iteration.

Flavour would work better with another element rather than solo wasabi I reckon.

#254

so far I’ve had the cheese and chicken wings flavour of these, and I’ve not liked either of them much

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#255

these ARE INCREDIBLE-

https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/287247502

#256

linky no worky fucksake.

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#257

Yessss! Got a real edge over regular hoops imo

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#258

Maltesers buttons.

Oof.

That is all.

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#259

The Jalapeno ones are nice, the rest are bad

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#260

Thought they were shite

#261

Wow

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#262

So disappointed

#263

As i am in you

literally can’t stop eating them

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#264

not new, but buying a packet of those curry sauce flavour chip shop McCoys and opening them when not in a disciplined mindset is pretty risky. most addictive crisps I’ve encountered in some time.

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#265

Both them and the salt/vinegar are excellent.

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#266

nah it’s fine but the ‘salted caramel fudge’ bit mostly just tastes like a Trio bar. the cookie dough one was the best.

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#267

yeah these are superb.

#268

seems like a good idea, as someone who enjoys sucking the shell down on skittles to leave just the chewy bit, but these are actually quite rubbish

#269

I’m excited for them bringing out a packet of bits of shell

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#270

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Yet to try them

#271

Wouldn’t surprise me if that idea is on a notepad somewhere. The trend in recent years of selling inferior food products (like those skittles and ‘thin’ versions of stuff) that use less ingredients and processes and then sold for the same price as the original is so wrong.

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#272

Make one set of skittles but sell it twice - yes and ho!

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