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Lidl's Choco Softies Review
Nicey replies: Trina,

Your pragmatic approach to calorie counting is an inspiration.

Barbara Walker

KitKat Review
Nicey replies: Barbara,

It so happens I've written a bit in our book about aircraft food miniaturisation, in the section on Sitting Down. The thing about KitKats is that they are now made in all sorts of places, India, Czechoslovakia for example, by various parts of Nestlé so they could be some exotic ones.

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Malted Milk Review
Nicey replies: I'm all in favour of innovation, but personally I'm still coming to terms with the cow and milk churn malted milk vs the classic big cow/little cow. I also saw some malted milks recently where the cow was just sketched on as an outline, which almost made me crash the shopping trolly.

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