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Dean Anderson

Animal Biscuits Multireview Review
Nicey replies: Ours tasted like that too, so it's probably another biscuit which you have to be raised on to really like.

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Animal Biscuits Multireview Review

Karen Sermon

Animal Biscuits Multireview Review
Nicey replies: Yes its a shame about those Animal Crackers, I really did want to like them especially given the success of the Graham Crackers with us. To be fair to them and through no fault of their own they were a couple of weeks past their best by date, which is not good for any biscuit let alone a shortcake style one. I would be prepared to give them another crack in the future. What I did find interesting was how similar the designs were between the Bahlsen and Nabisco biscuits were in terms of how the animals were facing and their postures.

I would need to investigate a pack of the M&S biscuits to make a judgement. The clincher in these situations apart from the appearance, taste and packaging is often the ingredients list. This runs in descending proportions from greatest to least, and acts a bit like a biscuit fingerprint. If this is the same and has some fairly exotic ingredients such 'sweetened whey powder' as in the Bahlsen ones then its fairly conclusive evidence. It's also much more fun than simply asking them which is cheating really