9 Pack Mini Cheese Thins (Mini Cheddars) 9 x 22g only 39p @ B&M Retail - HotUKDeals
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9 Pack of Mini Cheese Thins, just like Mini Cheddars, which at only 39p I thought was a great 'credit munch' bargain worth sharing.

Ideal snack size for kids lunchboxes etc, and less than 5p a bag! and only 4.5g fat (2.2g Sat) so better than a pack of most crisps!
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#1
Forgot to add, that they've just opened a brand new store in Bletchley this week (used to be MFI's) so a lot bigger than some of their stores, with a big DIY & Paint, as well as all the usual stuff they sell.

Also noticed in this new store that they had loads of the Twiglight sets I posted previously..
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/1m-black-or-silver-twiglights-with-/775323#post9642507
with plenty of stock in all the available colours, Black, Silver, Gold & Red, and still £2.99

Edited By: HAL2000 on Oct 21, 2010 20:36: added additional info
#2
I bought these for my kids lunchboxes and they said they were OK, just not that cheesy. (voted hot btw!)
#3
These are the ones packaged to look like the real Mini Cheddars, crafty.

Are they made in China?

Edited By: berisford on Oct 22, 2010 08:31: Spelling
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berisford
These are the ones packaged to look like the real Mini Cheddars, crafty.Are they made in China?

China?! I know most things are these days, but no, these are made in the UK, by The Baked Snacks Company, and are very nice! Also they have no dodgy MSG additives / flavourings or any Hydrogenated fat / oil.(_;)
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choc-chic
I bought these for my kids lunchboxes and they said they were OK, just not that cheesy. (voted hot btw!)

Slightly less chessy is a good thing, as some chesse flavoured snacks use cheese powder made using animal rennet!oO
However, I'm pleased to say that the cheese powder in these does NOT contain animal rennet, and is therefore also suitable for vegetarians.

Edited By: HAL2000 on Oct 22, 2010 10:14: added additional info

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