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Geoff Cardigan
Nicey replies: Geoff,

The orange cream is indeed a rare and much underrated biscuit. However I did encounter a triple pack of cream biscuits, in Iceland (not the country) about 2 years ago containing Orange Creams, unfortunately there was a pack of Coconut creams keeping them company.

Jono Wardle
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Nicey replies: Yes we are hearing good things about the Fruit Shrewsburys on trains.

As for the Germans I find them a bit fixated on Ginger and Spice in their biscuits which is fine just a bit samey. Still I've only been there once so what do I know.

John Clark
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Garibaldi Review
Nicey replies: 1) Don't know the interweb didn't help me much either

2) I'm sure I spelt it incorrectly as most people tell me that

3) No I think the fig roll is cleared for use in zero G

4) Yes they are related, and you called it a pie not me

Catherine Griffiths
Nicey replies: Of course, as you're pregnant you have a license to eat anything at any time and I'm sure biscuits will get a look in at some point.

When the Wife was pregnant with younger member of staff No 1, she had a big Spinach craving, and I was sent to get the only Spinach growing in the garden, a gnarly looking specimen which randomly had appeared from some compost placed under the privet bushes in the front garden. This was boiled up and she had it on toast, Hoorah!