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KitKat Review
Nicey replies: Jamie,

Yes well obviously I knew I would get mails like this which is why I held off for so long.

First, yes it is now made by NestlÚ, but it is a classic British brand which has been in the news at the moment and I thought it was interesting. I'm sure that people who choose to read this site can make up their own minds about NestlÚ and if they think they should buy their products.

As for KitKats biscuit credentials, I have always seen it on the boundary between biscuits and chocolate bars, some people see it one side or another, some like me in the middle. Its a sort of gate keeper between the two worlds, which failed to stop Bisc& storming through no doubt to its detriment. Its good that you feel strongly enough to type the last bit all in CAPS, BUT YOU REALLY DIDN'T NEED TO.

Dave Chambers

Ginger Nut Review
Nicey replies: Yes serving suggestions are often baffling or ludicrous, however there is usually an explination behind it. I don't think that you are allowed to mislead people as to the contents of the package the are buying so in the case of say an imaginary lemon biscuit, if the pack shows a little slice of lemon then it has to say 'serving suggestion', as there are no slices of lemon within. As the designer of your pack used a cup of tea behind the Gingernuts it has to say 'serving suggestion' just in case consumers thought the pack contained one.

Johnny Lothian
Nicey replies: Perhaps you should suggest he gives up sugar, as its obviously making him a bit unhinged in a Howard Hughes sort of way.