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Fig rollsJaffa cakes
Nicey replies: Yes we thought you could still get Bickie Pegs. As for keeping fig rolls and Jaffa cakes fresh we simply don't have that problem, as they all get scoffed so quickly. Other than that I would suggest a very small air tight tin.

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Paul Jones
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Nicey replies: Thats all well and good, but you may find yourself missing out on

Strawberry Newtons, and Prune filled things from Lu and Apple filled things from McVities. However, this might be a price you are prepared to pay.Dear Sir,

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Tom De Saulles
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Nicey replies: You know some of the low-fat biscuits aren't to bad at all. There was one some years ago that was a like a low fat Hobnob made for Tesco's I believe. It was really tasty and actually was very crunchy due to the reduced fat. Of course the mighty fig roll is actually pretty good for you, in moderation of course.