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Shannon Doolin
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Nicey replies: Shannon,

If you find yourself in the UK you'll be able to use our sites information wisely. If however, you stay put in the States then I shouldn't get too hung up over what exactly a Digestive is, as it doesn't really matter. Remember travel broadens the mind, and failing that you can always buy stuff over the internet and eat it at home.

Lisa Murch

McVities Milk Chocolate Digestive Review
Nicey replies: Sorry Lisa but I generally make it all up myself, any biscuit facts I have are gleaned from packets or other peoples web sites, or my own recollect (frequently wrong). The best statistics I have typically involve how long it would take to reach the moon by putting biscuits end to end. We dream of the day when you'll be able to travel through space in tunnels made from composite layers of Penguins and Tunnocks wafers.

As recently raised in this same forum, McVities claim on their site that they sell 65 million packets of Chocolate biscuits a day, in the UK. You might want to start there, as it means we eat 1.12 packets of chocolate biscuits day in day out.

Tom England

James Fussell
Nicey replies: Yes another example of brand tinkering and cross product category meddling. Unfortunately as in the case of mini-Hob Nobs its purely a means of parting you from more dosh for less product. I have to say that I find these sort of products very cynical.

Roger C
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Nicey replies: Roger,

Lincoln biscuits are alive and well, visit our Biscuit of the Week page you'll find it in the list of links at the bottom.

As for the Rich Osbourne, I remember the biscuit but not the advert. They were like a thicker Rich Tea with a hint of butter, a pure dunking biscuit really.