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Victoria Holl
Cheese please
Nicey replies: The Tuc is a salty cracker, and as such sits in the Cracker circle in the venn-diagram of cakes and biscuits. Hope this helps.

James Boley
Cheese please
Nicey replies: James,

The Cheddar and Mini Cheddar are of course cheese flavoured crackers. They do accompany fig rolls quite well and there is no shame in your consumption of them.

Gary Hearne
Cheese please
Nicey replies: We have created a new cheese icon as this debate looks set to rage on and on for a day or so, perhaps.

Tom Davies
Pink WafersCheese please
Nicey replies: Actually for a children's party I would advocate Cadburys Chocolate Fingers and Custard Creams.

Hovis biscuits are simply digestives, but I do agree with you that they are not good with cheese although some people do like them that way. I fail to see why they single out the digestive to join the crackers on cheese duty. If its a sweet biscuit that is needed rather than a savory cracker then why not pop in a few Lincolns or maybe an Abbey Crunch!

K Info
Cheese please

Abernethy Review
Nicey replies: Dear Mr K Info

Thank you for putting me right on my dodgy spelling, and for revealing the other biscuits made by Simmers, I have made amendments as appropriate.

Maybe via the power of the interweb we can create a mini sales boom for the Abernethy that will give them a boost.

Glad to hear that we can remain gloriously non-standard, that's what we like.