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What's Happen to the Bag's of Crisp's

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The other day I brought a bag of crisps. And when I opened them there were hardly and crisp in side the packet. And that was a small bag of crisp. The bigger bag of crisp. You just get enough to share. They full of air to look like a full size bag of crisp. And they are so dear getting. A small bag of crisp can set you back £1.20 and the big bags of crisp can set you back £2.70. Do any one else fines this. Or is it just me.

nicolajaynehend
3 months ago
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MrsCraig
MrsCraig3 months ago

There are definitely less crisps than there used to be! I know that they have to have a certain amount of air in the bags to keep the crisps from going stale/off, but they do seem to have more air and less crisps. The big bags are definitely half air, half crisps!

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ShellyAnn
ShellyAnn3 months ago

I agree. One bag on its own can continue about 6 crisps! They are getting expense. I get them on offer or go to the poundshops (If there are any left open when I go shopping tomorrow!).

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ACR
ACR3 months ago

I rarely buy small packets of crisps unless they are part of a meal deal. Tesco usually has at least one large bag or multi-pack variety on offer for a pound. They are not really worth £1.99 or more.

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Rockman
Rockman3 months ago

Crisps sold in UK are generally pretty crappy and low in quantity. Try the ones from LIDL or buy from an international store but those are a tad pricey because they're branded.

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