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Seabrook Crisps are, according to the packet, "lovingly made in Yorkshire" as if to emphasis this there's a picture of a tractor and trailer on it. Now I'm wondering, if they were made in London would there be a picture of Big Ben on it? Just a thought.
I saw that they were on offer in Asda, a multi pack of 6 for £1, now as I like cheese and onion crisps and I'd be buying some anyway I thought why not as I'd tried them before and they were good. Now I have to be honest and say that the taste can be a little hit a miss from packet to packet, one packet can be really cheese and oniony, whilst the next can be rather bland, even within the same multi bag packet. They do however have a nice crunch to them, which doesn't seem to vary, without being too hard like some other crinkle cut crisps.
The crisps are cook in sunflower oil making them slightly more healthy for you than some other crisps, but like all things, eat everything in moderation and aren't too greasy. They are suitable for vegetarians and are gluten free. The pack also has a breakdown of how much salt, sugar etc is in every pack for an adult's daily amount.
On the whole they are a nice crisp,
Seabrook Crinkle Cut Cheese and Onion crisps are made from the finest potatoes available. The crisps are cooked in pure sunflower oil, which ensures they are low in saturated fats and high in polyunsaturates, making a healthier crisp. Quantity: 48 x 31.8g Packets