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Nicey replies: I know what your saying, I thought it might be latent Bandit memories though.

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Nicey replies: A friend of ours claims to have the Bandit advert recorded on cassette tape as he liked the jingle so much. He has yet to produce it though.

Its sad yet somehow poetic to to think that some biscuits met their end because the machines that made them wore out. Sounds almost like the plot for a Disney film, oh no the trailer is forming in my mind.. "This summer, get ready for the heartwarming tale of two biscuits and their journey to save the wafer plant they were fabricated on. 'Wafers'"

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Nicey replies: Peter,

Peek Frean is of course an old British Brand dating back to 1857, which manufactured biscuits and christmas puddings in Bermondsey in South London. Peek Frean formed associated biscuits in 1921 with Huntley and Palmer, and were joined by Jacobs in 1960. In 1982 Nabisco took over Associated biscuits. I'm not sure on the history of the Peek Frean brand in Canada, but given what I know of their portfolio of products I'm fairly sure that Nabisco's involvement is key. Anyhow, none of this in any way diminishes, your praise for their biscuits.

In the UK the name Peek Frean is vary rarely seen, it used to be trotted out by Jacobs for such things as selection tins, but I haven't seen that in over 20 years.