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Various Market Deli Crisps 150g 2 for £1 at Heron Foods Sunderland
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Various Market Deli Crisps 150g 2 for £1 at Heron Foods Sunderland

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Posted 3rd FebAvailable: North East (Sunderland)
Flavours included. Cornish mature cheddar, Spanish chorizo & roasted onions and finally Anglesey sea salt.
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11 Comments
Good price for canny crisps, which branch did you go to horris?
Cheddar ones are ok, not a fan of the others.
keef070603/02/2020 18:27

Good price for canny crisps, which branch did you go to horris?


The one that’s near pennywell.
nasty taste
Do the Anglesey Sea Salt ones glow-in-the-dark from the nuclear power station on Anglesey offloading into the sea? Why on earth would this be an attraction to sell crisps?????
Love the chorizo ones. Thanks OP
In case you are not aware these are from walkers not a small company in Anglesey (where the power plant has been decommissioned) or Cornwall.....
Got the chorizo ones when they were last in Heron tasty.
duncanb197304/02/2020 06:32

In case you are not aware these are from walkers not a small company in …In case you are not aware these are from walkers not a small company in Anglesey (where the power plant has been decommissioned) or Cornwall.....


My point really was "why would naming crisps after the salt around the location of a nuclear power plant make them attractive to customers?"
supersue06/02/2020 22:16

My point really was "why would naming crisps after the salt around the …My point really was "why would naming crisps after the salt around the location of a nuclear power plant make them attractive to customers?"


I understood your point. Whilst Anglesey has a nuclear power station (the last reactor was switched off in 2015) its natural beauty attracts a great deal of tourism, which I think is the major source of income for the island, so despite the decommissioned power plant that is probably the reason for using the name. My comment about Walkers was just to highlight this is not a local company making crisps, but a multinational using a name for its advantage.
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