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Ridge Cut McCoys 6 pack of Sizzling King Prawn Crisps.

Label says reduced from £0.80, now £0.40.

These crisps are similar to the walkers prawn cocktail crisps. YUM! YUM!

Bought from Merry Hill Sainsburys this morning. Enjoy!
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King Prawn Crisps - LOL

what if they made their crispies from little prawns to rip you off (ha ha) :)
never knew they did prawn coctail will have to try them
King Prawn Crisps - LOL

what if they made their crispies from little prawns to rip you off (ha ha) :)

I wonder if they also 'sizzle'???
These are one of my favourite flavoured crisps at the moment, not the standard prawn cocktail I hasten to add. The sizzling gives them a a bit of added heat/spicyness! Enjoy :-)
good price but the full barf for me I think there vile
full of MSG, avoid.
full of MSG, avoid.
full of MSG, avoid.

full of MSG, avoid.

And isn't it just people who are over-concerned about MSG who cause all the scare stories?!

MSG as a food ingredient has been the subject of health studies. A report from the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) compiled in 1995 on behalf of the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) concluded that MSG is safe for most people when “eaten at customary levels”. However, it also said that, based on anecdotal reports, some people may have an MSG intolerance that causes “MSG symptom complex” and/or a worsening of asthmatic symptoms.[13] Subsequent research found that, while large doses of MSG given without food may elicit more symptoms than a placebo in individuals who believe that they react adversely to MSG, the frequency of the responses was low and the responses reported were inconsistent, not reproducible, and not observed when MSG was given with food.[14] No statistical association has been demonstrated under controlled conditions, even in studies with people convinced that they are sensitive to it.[14][15][16][17] Adequately controlling for experimental bias includes a placebo-controlled double-blind experimental design and the application in capsules because of the strong and unique after-taste of glutamates.[15]

Sounds to me like even people who say they are sensitive to it can't even be trusted :p
I'd distrust any 'official' study's on principal.
YUm. Awesome price.

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