My mum discovered these in her local Co Op as they were suitable for her gluten free diet. She really enjoyed them and recommended that I give them a try as they were also suitable for a dairy and lactose free diet. On a recent trip to my local Co Op I searched the aisles to see if I could find these crisps. To my delight there they were right next to the till, so they became a sneaky addition to my shopping basket.
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A 100 g serving contains 505 calories, 27g of fat and 0g of sugar. I put a few on my plate to enjoy it with a sandwich for lunch. What can I say sometimes mum knows best. Each Crisp was of a good portion size and not greasy to touch. On biting into the crisps there was a nice loud crunch noted. The crisps had a subtle and very slight hint of saltiness flavour to them. They were dry but perfect in texture and left no greasy residual to either your mouth or fingers.
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I found them slightly moorish and had to add an extra portion to my plate for my lunch. Overall I would say these are one of the nicest plain crisps that I have tried and I will definitely get some more as and when I pop into my local Co Op.

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