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Walkers Classic Variety 40 Pack £4.00 half price @ Farm Foods
Walkers Classic Variety 40 Pack £4.00 half price @ Farm Foods

Walkers Classic Variety 40 Pack £4.00 half price @ Farm Foods

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Classic Flavours include
- Ready Salted
- Cheese and Onion
- Salt and Vinegar
- Prawn Cocktail
Perfect for pack lunches

18 Comments

Voted hot walkers are much better than Pringles as they do not put chemicals like in Pringles. But please eat in moderation. If you read the traffic light symbols in red , they say it is very high in fat and salt. No farm foods near me. Only store in London is at Walthamstow

its always been £4

half price....yeah right has mike Ashley bought farm foods

Original Poster

mattinhull

half price....yeah right has mike Ashley bought farm foods



Big box! Great value!

£3.75 in Iceland warehouses

Crap crisps and bags are full of air. Seabrook are way better.

Original Poster

TheMan_Aman

its always been £4



nope mysupermarket.co.uk/oca…Yrg

Morrisons comes close - 10.42p/ bag - most of the others are 16.67p/ bag - so Farm Foods is the cheapest with this offer

rodders443

Crap crisps and bags are full of air. Seabrook are way better.


Are you Seabrooks PR Man?

luvsadealdealdeal

nope … nope http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/ocado-compare-prices/Crisps/Walkers_Crisps_Classic_Variety_24x25g.html?TrackingCode=21.qglD3SZrfUSxWOcXXYwYrgMorrisons comes close - 10.42p/ bag - most of the others are 16.67p/ bag - so Farm Foods is the cheapest with this offer



Thats a 24 pack you linked there, this post is about the 40 pack?

Original Poster

TheMan_Aman

Thats a 24 pack you linked there, this post is about the 40 pack?



your point being?

it's price per pack that matters - 10p rarely beaten

qbs

Are you Seabrooks PR Man?



Too be honest I also prefer Seabrooks, far tastier and better crisp, perhaps it is the fact I am a Yorkshire man and they are made in Yorkshire I don't know, but definetly prefer them!!

luvsadealdealdeal

your point being?it's price per pack that matters - 10p rarely beaten



At the moment morrisons have boxes of 30 seabrook crisps for £2.50

sam_of_london

Voted hot walkers are much better than Pringles as they do not put … Voted hot walkers are much better than Pringles as they do not put chemicals like in Pringles. But please eat in moderation. If you read the traffic light symbols in red , they say it is very high in fat and salt. No farm foods near me. Only store in London is at Walthamstow



You sound fun!

Asda also £4, also saw boxes of (40 bags) of Golden Wonder £4,
Kp crisps (10 skips,10 ready salted hula hoops, 10 packs of space invaders ) £3

sam_of_london

Voted hot walkers are much better than Pringles as they do not put … Voted hot walkers are much better than Pringles as they do not put chemicals like in Pringles. But please eat in moderation. If you read the traffic light symbols in red , they say it is very high in fat and salt. No farm foods near me. Only store in London is at Walthamstow



They still add "chemicals" ;).

"Potatoes, Sunflower Oil (24%), Rapeseed Oil, Prawn Cocktail Seasoning, Prawn Cocktail Seasoning contains: Flavouring, Sugar, Salt, Glucose, Acid (Citric Acid), Potassium Chloride, Dried Yeast, Dried Onion, Tomato Powder, Paprika Extract, Sucralose"

yrreb88

They still add "chemicals" ;). "Potatoes, Sunflower Oil (24%), Rapeseed … They still add "chemicals" ;). "Potatoes, Sunflower Oil (24%), Rapeseed Oil, Prawn Cocktail Seasoning, Prawn Cocktail Seasoning contains: Flavouring, Sugar, Salt, Glucose, Acid (Citric Acid), Potassium Chloride, Dried Yeast, Dried Onion, Tomato Powder, Paprika Extract, Sucralose"



​Yes still no cancer causing emulsifiers, no artifical colours, flavours and preservatives.

What makes you say they're half price? They've always been £4

sam_of_london

​Yes still no cancer causing emulsifiers, no artifical colours, flavours a … ​Yes still no cancer causing emulsifiers, no artifical colours, flavours and preservatives.



"Dehydrated Potatoes, Vegetable Oils (Sunflower, Corn), Rice Flour, Wheat Starch, Prawn Cocktail Seasoning [Sugar, Acidity Regulator (Sodium Diacetate), Flavour Enhancer (Monosodium Glutamate), Tomato Powder, Milk Powder, Acid (Citric Acid), Onion Powder, Yeast Extract, Flavourings, Lactose (Milk), Milk Proteins, Colour (Paprika Extract), Potassium Chloride], Emulsifier (E471), Maltodextrin, Salt"

"Dehydrated Potatoes, Vegetable Oils (Sunflower, Corn), Rice Flour, Wheat Starch, Barbecue Seasoning [Sugar, Flavourings, Smoke Flavourings, Spices, Wheat Flour, Dextrose, Flavour Enhancers (Monosodium Glutamate, Disodium Guanylate, Disodium Inosinate), Acid (Citric Acid, Malic Acid), Colour (Paprika Extract), Acidity Regulator (Sodium Diacetate), Onion Powder, Tomato Powder, Paprika Powder, Mustard Seeds, Yeast Extract], Emulsifier (E471), Maltodextrin, Salt"

Struggling to see the artificial colours, flavours etc there. Which ingredients and/or chemicals concern you and for what reason?

Pringles contain E471, mono- and di-glycerides of fatty acids i.e. Fat. They occur naturally in some seed oils and whenever you digest fat. To state a vital macronutrient causes cancer is quite far fetched unless you have some evidence for the carcinogenicity of this emulsifier?

I don't know where you get your information from but I don't think it's a reliable source.
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