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Lovley big tin and good selection of biscits,would make a nice little gift
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#1
who the hell gives biscuits as a gift?
#2
Were the same price in asda when I last went.
#3
powerbrick
who the hell gives biscuits as a gift?

A Railway company did for it's employees some years ago, Oh, how chuffed were the employees not?
#4
grannies
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I give my neighbours a tin of biscuits for Christmas Every Year!
#6
£3.99 in Aldi, :) for the effort
#7
Same price in tesco
#8
powerbrick
who the hell gives biscuits as a gift?
we got it last Christmas from next door neighbour. We gave them a large tin of celebrations

Edited By: shabbird on Dec 12, 2014 23:03
#9
also 2 for £7.00 in waitrose
#10
and also 99p at 99p stores, got 10.







Just kidding :p Good deal!
#11
£2.99 in local costcutters
#12
Fox's biscuits are the highest in saturated fat as they use palm oil! McVities have cut drastically their saturated fat content and not lost any flavour. Patterson's short break fingers are also now with 80% less saturated fat. Fox's are behind! Pleasure need not be painful!
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cjabingham
Fox's biscuits are the highest in saturated fat as they use palm oil! McVities have cut drastically their saturated fat content and not lost any flavour. Patterson's short break fingers are also now with 80% less saturated fat. Fox's are behind! Pleasure need not be painful!

Saturated fat is not as evil as it's portrayed. I'd be more worried about trans-fats and hydrogenated fat. It's the same as sugar and sweeteners, always go with sugar but not in excess ;) aspartame nutria sweet and all them other billion pound cons cause more health problems than sugar..
#14
I'll stock with the saccharine, that can't possibly be bad for me :) lol
#15
I'll stick with the saccharine, that can't possibly be bad for me :) lol

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