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Bill Stone

Rich Tea Review
Nicey replies: Yes I had heard that too. Also Morning Coffee's seem to be in decline, perhaps there is a crisis afoot in the world of plain dunkers.

Paul Daly

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Chris Rayment

Garibaldi Review

Henry Morgan

Garibaldi Review
Nicey replies: Henry,

I've never found current distribution to be a problem. Either, I'm eating different Garibaldis to you or my expectations of dried fruits in biscuits are much more relaxed than yours. Surely there is the thrill of getting the odd really currenty one. If they were all like that it would take away some of the fun, not that I'd notice perhaps.

Harriet McEachran
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Nicey replies: Yes we have reported in the past on the odd way that the French enthuse about their processed food on it's boxes. Often to be seen is 'Rich in cereals', which seems part of the general fascination with grain in the French psyche. All very strange, like saying chips are a rich source of potatoes.